Why I Miss Waitressing and Why I’m Not Going Back

It’s the best choice for me

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I retired from waitressing last year on my 50th birthday. It was my present to myself. I was overjoyed. I know that people were talking about how long it would be before I came back because it wasn’t the first time I’d quit. But I was determined that this time I would not be back.

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Dani Gibbings McGaw

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Professional writer for 20+ years. | Find me everywhere or leave a tip: https://dani.space or get my free PDFs on Gumroad: https://danigibbings.gumroad.com/

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