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Constantly making stupid mistakes at work.
I honestly think I might get fired from my job.
I work as a cashier in a big box retail store and I keep on making mistakes that someone who is brand new would make (I've been there for about 8 months). A while back I messed up with coupons, as I kept on accepting coupons that, upon closer inspection, either went over retail price or were expired. I admit that was my fault and there was no excuse for such a thing to happen.
Last week I rung up an item with "spider-wrap" ( black wire that require to be opened by a magnetic key) and it was about $20. I finished the transaction and the customer left. A couple of days later I was told that the guy switched the bar codes and only paid $20 for a $300 item.
And just today I got scammed from some money from the register. The guy did the thing were he gives the change back, plus difference to make it the amount he paid, and I "made change" again. I think that my register has $100 less than what it should have.
I don't know why I keep making these stupid mistakes. There is no excuse for them to happen and I think I'm going to get fired because of them. My mind is always going a mile a minute and, lately, I've had difficulty focusing.
Sorry, I just had to spill my guts.