Dear person going to a job you don’t love tomorrow.


Dear person going to a job you don’t love tomorrow,

I used to hate Sunday. On the worst weeks I could feel it starting to arrive when I laid in bed on Saturday night. On the best weeks I could fight it back until the sun went down on Sunday.

But as the light changed to dark and the day got late, I couldn’t lie to myself, Monday was coming. I would go back to a job I didn’t feel called to and collect one more photocopy of my life. That’s what it felt like. As if every Monday in Atlanta was just like the last Monday and the next Monday. There wasn’t a lot of color, just grays and blacks, in the continuous cycle of commute, work, commute.

Maybe that’s you. Maybe you know what I’m talking about. Maybe it’s your husband or your friend and you need to send this post to them immediately. Regardless, here we find ourselves on a Sunday night. (Or worse yet, a Monday morning when this post will be emailed to you if you signed up for that.)

Why will this week be different? Will this Monday be less “Monday” than the last?

The simple truth is it won’t be unless you will be first. That’s the thing about Monday. Monday only knocks you over if you don’t knock it over first.

There is no career unicorn, trust me I have looked with great fervor. All there is are these two hands, these two feet and grit. Always grit.

Grit is one of those funny things you don’t seem to find until you’ve had enough Monday. Enough discouragement. Enough invisibility at a job that gave you a promotion in responsibility but not salary. A job that stole your weekends and measured your vacation days to the very minute.  A job that told you one day, “You should just be glad you have a job right now.” That is garbage.

But I know a secret, friend. Want to know what it is?

This world is full of great jobs.

Ignore the reports about unemployment. Statistics are a prison if you let them be. And they’re not measuring the job you’re going to create. The one that doesn’t even exist yet. The one you’re going to dig up from deep within the Internet or create with your bare hands out of seemingly thin air. Those jobs aren’t on most peoples’ radar.

They’re on mine though. And they need to be on yours too.

Is there such thing as a perfect job? No, I do not believe in that.

But there are better jobs. Fun jobs. Dare I say amazing jobs and companies that offer them.

To people like you and people like me.

Monday is coming, perhaps it is already here. But I don’t care.

Monday is just a word on a calendar. You’re the force to be reckoned with. That’s why I wrote Do Over. You’re going to work for 40 years at a job, which means you’ll face Monday more than 2,000 times. What if we could rescue it and actually look forward to it?

Most people let Monday win, but not you.

You’re the one who is going to do something different.


Fear no Monday.


  • Jon Skelly
    Posted at 17:16h, 30 March Reply

    So simple. So good. Look out, Monday, here we come!

  • Zechariah
    Posted at 17:18h, 30 March Reply

    So true. Don’t settle in misery.

  • Glenn
    Posted at 17:19h, 30 March Reply

    Thanks Jon. I really love church on Sunday, but tend to dread the workweek too. ‘Start’ed blogging from Proverbs and enjoying it. (Yeah, you see what I did there – lol)
    Thanks for all you do.

  • David Mike
    Posted at 17:22h, 30 March Reply

    Although I do not love leaving my family to go to work on Monday, the lives I touch makes the day and the job rewarding. (I am a Cosmetology Instructor.)

    • Adana
      Posted at 21:24h, 30 March Reply

      My daughter graduates from high school this year and has applied to a Cosmetology program. I hope her instructors have the attitude that you do!

    • Jared L.
      Posted at 02:53h, 31 March Reply


      • Amanda
        Posted at 09:57h, 31 March Reply

        Please don’t be rude.

      • SherryA
        Posted at 12:58h, 06 April Reply

        Do your homework before throwing insults, Jared. David’s story would shock you!

      • David Mike
        Posted at 18:16h, 06 April Reply

        Nice to meet you Jared! I am married with 3 daughters. I met my wife at the school I work at. She is a stylist too. We have 3 male instructors, all heterosexual. But it wouldn’t matter anyways, we don’t discriminate against anyone. Have an awesome day!

        • Kate Stalter
          Posted at 16:35h, 18 May Reply

          David – I loved the way you dealt with the troll. Just “liked” your FB page. Great to meet you!

          • David Mike
            Posted at 17:57h, 18 May

            Thank you Kate!

      • Chris
        Posted at 20:03h, 18 May Reply

        Dude, what’s going on in your life that you have to throw that out there? Praying for that part. I applaud your response David, keep living the dream.

  • Jessica A.
    Posted at 17:22h, 30 March Reply

    Oh man, I woke up this morning with a hole in my stummy because I have to go back “there” tomorrow after a week off. I have whined all day to my hubby because I don’t want to go back, but life, bills and my children’s unreasonable need of food dictates that I do. I am looking for a new job but in the meantime, all I can do is ask God to keep my heart and attitude fixed on Him. I know there has to be something better than this…so I thank you Jon for confirming this and for helping shut out the “naysayers” that tell me that I should just thank God I have a job and accept where He has put me. Tomorrow may be Monday, but I know there is hope. 🙂

    • Michelle Girard
      Posted at 17:41h, 30 March Reply

      Coming from someone who stayed in a “bad” job too long because in this economy I should be grateful to have one… Search and find something better. Do not let fear keep you in a place you dread going to. Best to you in your hunt!

    • Carol
      Posted at 20:19h, 30 March Reply

      I also dread Mondays and the return to a job that I like but I hate WHERE I do my job. Like you, I think we have to ask God to change our hearts and attitudes in order to make it while looking for or creating a better opportunity.

  • Deneen
    Posted at 17:22h, 30 March Reply

    Thank you! I needed to read this today!

  • Chad
    Posted at 17:26h, 30 March Reply

    I needed to hear this. Jon you’re and instrument of God today.

  • Estrella C. Reyes
    Posted at 17:36h, 30 March Reply

    Thank you Jon. Thank you that you keep the dream alive when it’s hard to keep on believing!

  • Missy
    Posted at 17:58h, 30 March Reply

    There’s no career unicorn??? Rats. I’ll keep working on a plan then 😉

  • AJ
    Posted at 18:00h, 30 March Reply

    I approach Monday with the thought that when my feet hit the floor, the devil goes Oh crap, she’s up.

  • Katie N
    Posted at 18:03h, 30 March Reply

    Well, that was good timing! I was browsing Pinterest in an attempt to forget about the fact that it’s Sunday night. I hate Sunday nights. I hate the fact that I drive a dreadful commute every day just to go to a place where I do not feel my skills are being utilized to their fullest extent (heck, I’m not even sure what I’m really good at!) In fact, I spend most of my weekend dreading Monday. I have this job so I can pay off the mounds of student loan debt I am buried under, so I feel stuck. Very stuck. I will say I have a cool boss, though. The job itself is where I struggle. Thanks for all you do, Jon!

    • Sara Dazey Miller
      Posted at 16:54h, 18 May Reply

      Katie N – I can relate – BUT, I’m so happy to report that for the last 8+ years I’ve been helping others work from home. Fulfilling, indeed. Feel free to PM me if you’d like to chat. 🙂

  • Priscilla Prather
    Posted at 18:16h, 30 March Reply

    I needed this and I plan to share with my husband. I know God has more for us than just punching a clock.

  • Rick Theule
    Posted at 18:27h, 30 March Reply

    Thank you.
    Please hit me over the head with this again in the morning.

    • Rodney Eason
      Posted at 19:27h, 30 March Reply

      Knock ’em out the box, Rick!

  • Sharen
    Posted at 18:48h, 30 March Reply


  • Brian
    Posted at 19:12h, 30 March Reply

    Happy to have a good paying job. Would like to be doing something else but money pays the bills.

  • Rodney Eason
    Posted at 19:26h, 30 March Reply

    Monday? Nope, I’m ready.

  • Hank Garner
    Posted at 19:28h, 30 March Reply

    I so needed to hear this on this Sunday sundown. I just released my first novel on Kindle and am beginning my second. The more I work on my hustle, the harder Monday becomes, but you helped me regain my perspective. I will crash into Monday before it can crash into me.

  • Rebecca Chapman
    Posted at 19:32h, 30 March Reply

    Brilliant! I feel better about tomorrow being Monday already!!

  • Kris
    Posted at 20:12h, 30 March Reply

    I’ve been searching and I don’t know what I’m looking for?!?

  • Samantha
    Posted at 20:29h, 30 March Reply

    Great article. I used to feel that way. I just found the job that I LOVE and it’s helping and it’s creating jobs for others. The good news is our team is expanding globally. Email me for details!

  • John
    Posted at 20:53h, 30 March Reply

    I like to go back to work tomorrow because the owner is out of the country but come next week they are back, so back to I DO NOT WANT TO GO BACK TO WORK!
    I am recharge to go back tomorrow, next Monday and more Monday to come until I find that next job! Thank you, Jon.

  • Mike
    Posted at 21:14h, 30 March Reply

    Dear person going to a job you don’t love,

    Suck it up. Be happy you have a job. Many don’t.


    An Unemployed American

  • Chris Z
    Posted at 21:22h, 30 March Reply

    Thanks Jon. I gotta remember to keep on dreaming!

  • Virginia Hardy
    Posted at 21:48h, 30 March Reply

    Thanks Jon. I needed to hear this right now. I am about to go to bed and face my day job tomorrow (Monday). But I am working on that dream job. I have started, I am hustling and soon my debt will be gone. That freedom will allow me to go full tilt into developing my own business. God has a plan and I plan to be a part of it!!

  • Jim
    Posted at 21:59h, 30 March Reply

    Thank you Jon. Thank you!


  • Kevin Haggerty
    Posted at 01:17h, 31 March Reply


    Three years ago, I had a job like that. I hated it. It sucked my very soul away, but i thought I needed it. It was safe and comfortable. So I stayed.

    Then it happened. I was laid off, due to budget cuts. At the time, it felt like the worst thing in the universe.

    Little did I know it would save my life.

    Three years later, after going through unemployment, being terrifyingly broke, failing at starting my own business (at least I tried!), I’m now doing my dream job, which I essentially created.

    Your book “Quitter,” as well as your blog posts have fueled me along the way.

    So, thank you.

  • Troy Monday
    Posted at 04:30h, 31 March Reply

    All this hate for Mondays…(sigh)… At least for you guys Monday only comes once a week; EVERY day’s a Monday for me! You just have to roll with it!!

  • Mike Asbury
    Posted at 05:23h, 31 March Reply

    My favorite sentence: “A job that stole your weekends and measured your vacation days to the very minute. “

  • Tony
    Posted at 06:46h, 31 March Reply

    Wait, no unicorns?

    Seriously though, thanks. It is Monday and I’m on vacation. This is a good Monday!

  • Shannon
    Posted at 07:56h, 31 March Reply

    My husband lived this life for 15 years (from day one of our marriage) and it was miserable. We had both graduated from a Christian university expecting to conquer the world. Then reality set in quickly. As we began our lives, had our babies, transferred a few times, and became used to the Sunday night blues, God began changing our hearts. The Bible says to give thanks for everything (even the job that can suck the life out of you!) and to do everything for His glory — not the glory of yourself or your boss. With that attitude in mind, we began to shift our daily thinking and began to really pray about it. We didn’t pray that our circumstances would change, but that our hearts would mold to be more like Him. And, if in the process, God gave my husband another career path, we’d be thankful. Fast forward several years later, and we are in a completely different spot. My husband is the Executive Pastor of a church and loves it. But what is amazing, is that all the skills that he was learning in his other jobs that he hated, made him the absolute perfect fit for this position now. We look back at the path that got us here and while all we saw for many years were the struggles and disappointments, we can now see the path God had us walking down to this very spot for this very moment. And we couldn’t be happier!

    • Bill
      Posted at 23:23h, 27 April Reply

      Great comments and truth about how to approach this. Looking to God to change our hearts not just our situation. To grow to be more like Christ.

    • Adrienne Wiggins
      Posted at 18:25h, 15 June Reply

      Thanks for that, Shannon. My husband and I are in a similar place to the one you were in – I need to learn to pray for God to change my heart rather than my circumstances.

  • Mary W
    Posted at 08:31h, 31 March Reply

    I came to the realization that my current job is “patience.” I know it is not my forever job or even a career for me. However, I go to work every day with a sense of purpose and dedication. I know I am learning skills that I can take with me wherever I go. I dedicate my time there to the people I work for and spend time away to discovering what I am meant to do.

    When my maternity leave was up and I was DREADING that first day back I decided to start a gratitude journal. Every night before I go to bed I write down 3 things that I am thankful for. That first night included being thankful that I had a job to go back to. It has helped me look at Mondays in a whole new light.

  • Camilla
    Posted at 10:07h, 31 March Reply

    I don’t get why so many dread Mondays. It drives me nuts when people week after week complain about Monday’s. If you do then find a way to change it. Change jobs, change attitude, change something. Think of Monday’s as a great start of the week to make a difference and if you truly hate your job use that as fuel to find another one. Could I be doing something different today? Sure. I could be hustling all day on my dream but my day job is funding my life and my dream. It is a lot easier to focus on the positives than the negatives. Either way I have to put my energy somewhere and I’d rather put it on finding the glass half full than half empty. And if this job ever becomes to a point where I dread it then it’s up to me to change it rather than hoping that complaining will take care of it. *end of rant 🙂

  • Essie
    Posted at 11:25h, 31 March Reply

    I’d like to know how to find these wonderful amazing jobs that hire people with no college education and little experience and aren’t big burly men.

    I’m a petite woman who is a hard worker but more artistically minded than the truck-driving type.
    Didn’t much love my job, but I liked it.
    Got fired this morning because I’m not quick enough. I get it. I admit I’m not fast. I’m not saying they were wrong to let me go. But I’ve applied for at least 25 jobs in the past few months and that’s all I could get. Two days a week at minimum wage. So please, where do I find these marvelous jobs just waiting for me? Because I’ve been hunting my butt off.

  • Kelli V
    Posted at 13:29h, 31 March Reply


    Well said! Tis a tragedy to schlep off to a place you dread day in and day out hating what you do and feeling disconnected from the source.

    My wise relatives had a few tidbits to ponder in this realm:
    Chezch grandmother, “Honey, if you took a sweepin floor job, sweep ’em good. If you find you don’t like it, sweep good til you find what you DO like.”
    My Greek grandfather: “Two ways to motivates people–know what makes’ em tick & ticks ’em off.”
    It’s our job to figure out which activities energize us and which ones suck the life out of us.
    If we do nothing but hope & wish & dream & meditate & be-atch about it…amazingly NADA will change. The universe rewards action–not great intentions.
    Fight to find out what makes you tick. Then do the hard work to find out which jobs give you those activities. Talk to people who do those kinds of jobs. Google for more info. Network on LinkedIn.
    If you’re not on the Kardashian direct deposit program, where you just show up and get paid every 2 weeks, you might stop holding yourself, your loved ones, your colleagues, & your clients hostage by passionately finding your higher calling.

    Enjoy the journey & pass it on!

    Kelli Vrla, CSP

    The OPA Factor!
    Engagement Specialist &
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  • Bryan
    Posted at 07:26h, 01 April Reply

    I love the line, “Enough invisibility at a job that gave you a promotion in responsibility but not salary.” So many of my friends, and even my spouse, have been given promotions in title only. That’s great, let me work harder and make more money for you. With those extra hours under the new responsibility, they are all making less than before if you look at hourly wages. Sounds like a lose-win situation to me.

  • Abigail M.
    Posted at 12:57h, 06 April Reply

    As a student, I am definitely feeling the Monday today. I’ve spent the majority of my Sunday in a cafe working on homework and projects like it’s nobody’s business. So the way I’m interpreting this post is beyond not fearing Mondays… But rather to not fear my entire week. Thanks for the encouragement, Jon… now back to the books for me…

  • Laura Babb
    Posted at 15:58h, 07 April Reply

    Even when you have your dream job, Monday can be a slog, I work for myself, running my own business, and I still have the odd Monday feeling. 99.9% of the time though I love what I do. It wasn’t always that way. I used to have a job I hated and then I took a leap of faith and changed my life.

  • Jason
    Posted at 18:57h, 27 April Reply

    Jon. Powerful. I love the way you write. Funny about this is that tomorrow Monday will be the first one for me. I had my last day at the job I wasn’t called for on Saturday. I choose to walk away because I have no more Fear. I know the calling I am creating the job that only I and a few others know about. The one all those working for the photocopy companies never see.
    The parting words I got from them when I told them I was leaving to do Coaching and Speaking. “Good luck, I hope everything works out for you.” The masses will never “get it” instead they get a check and two weeks vacation. You Jon remind me each day why I never have and never will settle for another fearful Monday.

  • Vanessa
    Posted at 20:24h, 27 April Reply

    And until you can find your way out of the job you don’t like, do what I do: wear something bright on a Monday to help lift you mood & get you through the day!! #brightmonday

  • ezra
    Posted at 11:52h, 28 April Reply

    I remember reading this at some point so I saved it.

    “Are you not content because you’re not doing what God is calling you to do, or are you not content because you’re not satisfied with what God has given you?”

    How do you tell the difference?

  • rhonda vaughn
    Posted at 16:39h, 18 May Reply

    OK, so what if you don’t have that “Dream job” in mind? I have no specific talents, interests, or hobbys. It’s not that I am a lazy person, or unmotivated to change. I love to learn, challenge myself, and try new things, but nothing that I want to have as a career. Sometimes I feel like being a mom and wife is undignified and isn’t enough, but really, it’s the only thing I have ever been good at and enjoy.Right now I am waiting tables to help us get through a rough patch which I do enjoy, but certainly do not want to make a career out of it. I have a degree in psychology, no one told me I needed a degree in something useful or practical! I often wonder what I would do if something happens to my husband. So, i guess, I’m wondering if being a mom and wife are enough?

  • Kelly Blackwell
    Posted at 16:41h, 18 May Reply

    I think that one of the last times I looked forward to Mondays was like in 1989 and I still watched Melrose Place which was THE only reason I looked forward to Mondays. Thanks Jon. I just love the way you think.

    PS – Digging Ezra’s quote. Writing that one down.

  • Lauren Phelps
    Posted at 19:48h, 18 May Reply

    Love this, Jon!! Tomorrow is my 3rd Monday to not be going to my day job. Sunday night feels SO MUCH different. It’s amazing to get to plan my own day. I can work right now on a Sunday night and take a long lunch with a friend tomorrow. I love this life.

    Thank you for being there for me every step of the way! I’m a Quitter and I have Started. #boom

  • Jonathan Widener
    Posted at 20:39h, 18 May Reply

    I have a feeling this was reprinted for me as I prepare for Monday. You are right: that whole “Be glad you have a job” line is garbage. Anyone that tells me that gets the ugliest look I can give. Don’t get me wrong- I did the whole ten months out of work. I know what that feels like.

  • Jeremy Miller
    Posted at 20:49h, 18 May Reply

    Something my wife and I used to do is have ice cream Sundays or Go Out to Eat Sundays. It took and put another spin on it just being another day before going back to the work grind. But, the problem is looking at Monday as the ‘Work Grind’ and then transforming it into what you wake up to do before your alarm clock goes off every Monday morning (just heard that on a Dave Ramsey podcast). So, my personal goal is transforming my ideal career into a reality and it starts with attitude and commitment and with both of those in check, it can move onto doing what I want to do. According to “Start” that would = AWESOME!

  • Chris McKinney
    Posted at 20:53h, 18 May Reply

    Thank you. I needed this tonight.

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  • Brad
    Posted at 18:17h, 15 June Reply

    Am I supposed to be questioning if I am going to a job tomorrow I don’t love or am I going to a job I love every other day, but not tomorrow?

  • Carroll R. Posey
    Posted at 08:41h, 16 June Reply


    Thank. You. Thank. You. Thank. You.

  • Alison G
    Posted at 00:33h, 17 June Reply

    Jon and fellow commentators,

    I cannot help but point out several cases of what seems to be an overwhelming inability to see God in situations of trial. Those of you trying to “figure out what God has called you to do” and being uncontrollably grateful that this post has enlightened you to a higher state of happiness possibilities should step back a moment and take a glance at the scriptures.

    In Colossians 3:22-25 (in which the reference to slaves in the first century can be applied to today’s employee) Paul is reminding the Colossians that no matter what work you find yourself doing, you are serving Jesus Christ, not men.The Lord may not be calling you to be a customer service representative for the rest of your life, but you have a reason of being in that office every day of the week from 9am to 5pm (yes, even Mondays). You may have an opportunity to make someone’s day brighter, to make someone laugh, or even to have your own life touched by someone else’s kindness or warmth. But as many of us choose to do, we sink deep into our own self pity and grovel in the stresses of real life, hiding under the blankets, clinging to the hope that one day the tides will turn and we will be swimming in [insert temporary pleasure here]. Just as God gave us everything we have, he can also take it away (check out the entire book of Job) so the “perfect job” that you might one day snag can be revoked.

    “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God…” Isaiah 41:10 Mondays, the mundane, lack of interpersonal recognition: all nothing to be afraid of. Do not be naive and prideful enough to believe that “these two hands, these two feet and grit” got you to where you are today. There is a point when a person’s confidence becomes too much, giving them a sense of empowerment; the individual begins to feel as though they are in complete control, that they are the head honcho with no one to thank but themselves.

    As my Pastor, Charles Swindoll once said, “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it…” If you choose to feel worthless or unappreciated or unimportant, believe it or not it becomes reality.

    Being only 17 years old and having been taught to look up to and respect those elder to me, I am surrounded by those living self centered, self prophetic, and self idolizing lives. And miraculously, contrary to popular belief, I have come to terms with the cold, hard FACT that sometimes not everything gets to be fun and awesome. You have to work hard. You have to believe in the possibility of something amazing happening to you outside of your control, while still being prepared to accept the fact that even our best try is not always going to fix it. (That’s kind of what being a Christian is all about)

    Attitude really does change everything. Life is never going to stop throwing us curve balls. If we are continuously running from them, it may prevent the sting of defeat but you will never know the thrill of hitting a home run.

    Be humble. Be weak. Be thankful.

    • Logan
      Posted at 16:10h, 01 March Reply


      You took the words right out of my mouth. You speak wisdom. Our identities out in Christ not in a job or career. It’s in the marketplace we are called to be light, to work hard and point to Christ.

      Good stuff!

  • Virginia Hardy
    Posted at 21:48h, 27 July Reply

    I know this is a re-post from months ago. Still it is exactly what I needed to read for going to bed this Sunday night. Now I can crash into Monday morning at the job I am tolerating where I will be getting a new boss I don’t feel is up to the job (because she hasn’t been doing well in her current position). I don’t believe in accidents. I do believe I was meant to read this tonight because God has a plan for my life and I will be obedient to what He has asked me to do. So tomorrow morning I will go to work with a smile and continue to whittle away at the to-do list so I will be prepared when that better job comes my way. Watch out Monday….here I come!!

    Thank you Jon for the inspiration and the great reminder.

  • Lisa Musulman
    Posted at 01:53h, 28 July Reply

    And that’s why I LOVE Scentsy and am no longer a pharmacy technician!

  • Kevin Gregg
    Posted at 08:59h, 29 July Reply

    Had read this post before, but for some reason it posted on my Facebook feed today, and boy, did it come at the right time. Thanks you for being a channel of God’s inspiration for me right now. There’s a change coming for me and I can feel it. I just have to do the work to push through so that I can get past this job that I have “liked” for so long and get to one I can love. One where I look up at the clock and can’t believe the day has flown by. Your work is helping me push through to that and I wanted to say thanks.

  • Joanna
    Posted at 20:31h, 11 January Reply

    I don’t know why I read this tonight, other than it fits exactly where I am and is a dose of encouragement I need.

    I’m currently in a job environment that I don’t love. I love what I do, just not where I’m doing it. BUT!! I know that it’s a stepping stone to the place I’m supposed to be. And thankfully, I only have a little over 4 months to go!

  • Sue
    Posted at 21:01h, 11 January Reply

    YES! I love that you say “the job you are going to create. The one that doesn’t even exist yet.” I don’t even like the word “re-invention” because it’s going to be a whole new thing!

  • Fabian Weiss
    Posted at 11:34h, 12 January Reply

    Jon –
    I like your article, and I want to believe in it. I want to see the jobs I’m missing because I’m stuck in the same track as I’ve been in for years. But the simple fact is that I can’t see them – and I’ve been searching. I was searching for years even before getting laid off in August of 2014, and especially since then.

    Yes, there are great jobs out there, but in places where it’s hard enough to find ANY job, much less one you might love, your lovingly crafted encouragement is more disheartening than encouraging.

  • cliffordmary
    Posted at 15:17h, 20 May Reply

    I’m CLIFFORD MARY by name I have a few testimony to share with you all about myself, I was in a relationship with this guy and for 3years and we were about getting married when we both have misunderstanding with each other and he ask me for a divorce and we both agreed and after 4months I head that he was having an affair with one of my closest friend and I was very upset and worried so a friend of my advice me and told me if I still love my ex and if I really want to have him back so I told her yes, and she ask me to contact Dr. ALLI the spell caster and I did although I never believe on spell so he gave me something when he was casting the spell and ask me to say my wishes on it and after the casting of the spell a receive a phone call from my ex and was ask me at which I did and now we are back together again I’m so happy and I wish not to ever have this mistake again in my life. I will also advice anyone with this kind of issue to contact him for help he is really nice on phone and always there to answer you question giving you the good advice that you need. his email is ALLISPELLHELP@GMAIL.COM or you call +2348149158514

  • cliffordmary
    Posted at 22:12h, 10 June Reply

    My love life has changed for better since the interference of the most powerful spell caster on earth called Dr.ALLI in my relationship, My testimony today is in regard of the help that Dr.ALLI render me when my lover departed from me. My name is SCOTT JANE from UAE and it gives me joy today in writing this testimony as a way of showing my appreciation to Dr.ALLI and at the same time i am use this opportunity to advise those that are finding stress and pains in their relationship or marriages to contact Dr.ALLI who is the best spell caster in the world through these contact details via email: or call +2348149158514 Because Dr.ALLI is the only one that can restore your marriage or relationship with love. He can also help to win lottery spell

  • joy morrison
    Posted at 06:48h, 27 June Reply

    Hello everyone i want to share a live testimony on how Dr. momodu was able to bring my husband back to me, myself and my husband were on a serious breakup, even before then we were always quarreling fighting and doing different ungodly act..
    My husband packed his things out of the house and we had to live in different area, despite all this i was looking for a way to re_unite with my husband, not until i met Dr. momodu the great spell caster who was able to bring my husband back home, Dr. momodu cast a love spell for me, and after some time i started seen results about the spell….
    Today my family is back again and we are happy living fine and healthy, with Dr. momodu all my dream came through in re_uniting my marriage, friends in case you need the help of Dr.momodu kindly mail him on( ) Sir i will forever recommend you!!!

  • Morgan Dickson
    Posted at 03:21h, 30 June Reply

    Hello to you all here on internet i want to use these great opportunity to shear my testimony on how great powerful and wonderful voodoo spell caster called DOCTOR OSE did for me in the time i was hopeless he brought back my happiness, truly he is GOD sent. I am very happy today for what God used Dr Ose the great spell caster to do in my life. My name is Morgan Dickson i had a misunderstanding with my lovely man Dickson in the past which led us to our breakup. I tried all i could to make he to come back to me but he refuse and said it was over between us, one day i came across a testimony on the internet on how Dr Ose used his spell to bring back two lovers again i decided to contact Dr Ose on email and he assured me that my love will come back and also my happiness will be back to me within 3 day after he has finish the voodoo spell.I am very glade today to tell the world that Dr Ose is truly a man of his word because my love came back to me and fell on he knees begging me to forgive he and accept he back. Do you have problem on your marriage or in a relationship then also contact Dr Ose via email contact number +2348155248712 .

  • Morgan Dickson
    Posted at 03:42h, 30 June Reply

    Hello to you all here on internet i want to use these great opportunity to shear my testimony on how great powerful and wonderful voodoo spell caster called DOCTOR OSE did for me in the time i was hopeless he brought back my happiness, truly he is GOD sent. I am very happy today for what God used Dr Ose the great spell caster to do in my life. My name is Morgan Dickson i had a misunderstanding with my lovely man Dickson in the past which led us to our breakup. I tried all i could to make he to come back to me but he refuse and said it was over between us, one day i came across a testimony on the internet on how Dr Ose used his spell to bring back two lovers again i decided to contact Dr Ose on email and he assured me that my love will come back and also my happiness will be back to me within 3 day after he has finish the voodoo spell.I am very glade today to tell the world that Dr Ose is truly a man of his word because my love came back to me and fell on he knees begging me to forgive he and accept he back. Do you have problem on your marriage or in a relationship then also contact Dr Ose via email contact number +2348155248712

    Posted at 09:02h, 30 June Reply

    I have never been a fan of Africa and there traditional way of worshiping, But what changed my mind and my view was when i came in contact with this powerful spell caster called Dr.Zabaza who used his Africa powers to bring back my lover who has left me long ago.Through the effectiveness of Dr.Zabaza spell my lover came back to me within 48 hour and since then i have promise myself that i am going to publish the contact details of Dr.Zabaza in every internet site i lay my hands on. And the details are +2348182620374 and via email:

  • Joyce Greck
    Posted at 05:30h, 02 July Reply

    Am Joyce Greck from uk,i just need to drop this before i go out for shopping with my lover,This shopping is taking place today with the help of Dr Paul i have been alone for over 3 months and i have been thinking if i would be celebrating this weekend alone each time i remember i am always alone am always crying that the one i love is not going to be with but the yoke got broken after i came in contact with Dr Paul i told him all that happened and he just told me not to worry that everything would be sorted out and i will have the one i love back to my arms i believed in him and gave him the chance to do his work and truly yesterday it was a great shock when my lover called me and begged me for what he has done and he came over to the house and saw that i have not stocked the house with anything told him can’t he remember that we both are always go shopping together and get things we need together so then we decided to go shopping to get some stuff so we could stock the fridge am so happy that this is happening with the help of Dr Paul its just really a great day just decided to drop this wonderful testimony before we go out for shopping please am so happy today and i wish people will also be happy but you don’t need to worry yourself Dr Paul his here to help and you can contact him on or call him +2348094487465

  • Precious Bruk
    Posted at 04:06h, 03 July Reply

    The Month of June has really been a bad month for me things has really been hard for me and my business has been going down and at the same time my lover left me for another lady,i am Precious Bruk from Canada am here to share this great testimony about what Dr Paul has done for me in my life i was really facing lots of challenges but everything came to an end as soon as Dr Paul Intervened my lover left me without no reason at the same time my business was collapsing i tried different means to get back my lover and make my buisness grow but there was no way but thank God Dr Paul came into the picture i got to know Dr Paul through a friend of mine in Florida Usa who i shared my problem with then she refered me to Dr Paul and i called him and spoke to him he just told me not to worry that the month of July would be a turn around in my life i keyed to the word really around 12am July 1 was a call from my lover that has left me for good 3 months and again at work i won a contract worth 50,000usd to supply some materials for a construction been built by the government am so happy today that this July i started it with great testimonies and this has made a turn around in my life with the help of Dr Paul please if you are in any kind of problem kindly contact Dr Paul on or call him +2348094487465

  • racheal
    Posted at 19:19h, 03 July Reply

    my name is racheal castillo i want to share a testimony about a spell caster who was introduced to me by a friend. the name of the spell caster is Dr bram ajar, he helped me bring my ex back to me in 3days after i have tender my problems to him..he is such a good spell caster that he will check if the spell will work before casting cos he told me not all human spells work for..Dr bram ajar is such a trustworthy person and i also recommend him to make those sad happy using this medium to once again thank Dr bram ajar for making me happy again and i know many are out there who want their ex back if you have tried and fail here is Dr bram ajar to make you him on

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