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Should You Quit Your Day Job and Jump Into Playing the Lottery?

Should You Quit Your Day Job and Jump Into Playing the Lottery?

Playing the Lottery Instead of Working Hard

Over the years we’ve seen a lot of cases where people got their lives turned around in a blink of an eye thanks to lottery. Winners become millionaires and the not so fortunate ones have to settle with a lot less than that. The lottery is a game of chance. It’s absolutely fine to spend a portion of your disposable income on lottery, but not to an extent where you’re starting to eat away your utility bills money, your rent etc. Quitting your job and investing your time and money in playing the lottery sounds like an idea, but is it a good one? We’ll take a look at both sides and see what they have to say.

Playing the Lottery is not a Profession – It’s a Hobby

First and foremost, lottery is not a profession; it’s not a job that will pay you the rent and the bills at the end of the month. As I said earlier, this is a game and it depends a lot on chance. With an appropriate play style and clear cut strategy, there’s a way to increase your odds of winning. If you’re already having a tough time performing well at your work station because of lottery you’re already in trouble. Sure the lottery can bring you some big cash prizes, but what happens if you enter a losing spree? Who will buy food to put in the fridge? Who is going to pay your rent?

You should balance your playtime with your work schedule. There’s a time and a place for everything if you put in some extra effort in completing both “task” so to speak. There are ways that will reduce the time you spend playing the lottery without reducing the volume.

No Job, No Money for Lottery Tickets – Your Employer is Your Sponsor

If you’re a passionate lottery player as I am you’re already spending a couple of hundred dollars on lottery tickets. I had the idea of quitting my day job and to focus on playing the lottery online. After all, there are draws virtually every moment. All you need to is find the lottery, check the schedule and voila. I had my own schedule of lottery draws. I woke up at around 9 and played the lottery throughout the whole day. After a short period of time Lady Luck left me. My budget was rather low and it was a matter of time when I’m going to bankrupt because I simply didn’t win anything. I knew that in order to win I have to play so I continued playing hoping something will happen that will get me back on track. All I wanted was to break even and to get my job back. Eventually that happened. I won one of the secondary prizes which fortunately was beyond average. I called the office I begged them to have me back. Finally things were OK, everything settled.

Moral of the story, don’t quit your job for the sake of lottery if you have no other source of financing.

Quitting Your Job Because You Hate It – Not Because Of Lottery

There’s a very good possibility that you want to quit your job because you hate it. Let’s be honest here, 90% of people hate their jobs. It’s a common thing nowadays. 9 to 5 every day is not that bad, at least the fridge is full, right?

Don’t mix these 2 as there isn’t a fine line between them. Let’s face it. Nothing beats lottery. You don’t have to go out of your home. You’re playing it from the comfort of your home and you’re rewarded. No struggle, no effort, zero! When you compare your job with the lottery the better of the two is obvious. However, there’s a chance that you just hate your job. Eventually you’re going to need a job that pays the bills. Don’t blame lottery for your poor performance. It’s your job that’s the issue.

Nevertheless, you can always try and switch jobs. That’s if you have a beefy CV.

Is It worth It to Quit Your Job to Fulfill Your Dreams

This is the question you want to ask yourself. It all comes down to this. If you think it’s going to be worth it go ahead! Quit on Monday and start playing lottery online or locally. You’ll need to come up with a list of expenses, establish a budget and you’re good to go. It may seem as if it’s easy, but this is one risky choice you are making. I’m positive you are aware of the fact that all it takes is one jackpot and all your problems will vanish.

Play conservatively and increase the efficiency and the effectiveness. Try to improve with each and every draw. This month there won’t a paycheck so you must win. Yes, I got that right, you must win. Otherwise, you’ll be back to work on Monday. Every dollar is worth a fortune now. If money management is not one of your virtues you’re going to have a really tough time. If this is the case you better not try this at all because you will fail.

One thing is for certain. You will enjoy in the work free life. You will be more relaxed, full with energy. Hopefully your wallet will be full with money as well. Playing the lottery can be a source of income if you know what you’re doing.