9 Funny Quotes for the Self-Employed Appraiser

9 Funny Quotes for the Self Employed AppraiserEvery self-employed appraiser knows that working for yourself has its upsides and downsides. When facing the less appealing aspects of self-employment, it helps to have a sense of humor. Here are several funny quotes that we hope will lighten up your workday and give you a little chuckle.

Quotes about being your own boss

“I love my boss. (I’m self-employed.)”

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“The crappy thing about being self-employed is I never believe myself when I call in sick.”

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Quotes about setting your own hours

“Being your own boss is great. You get to choose which 18 hours a day you work.”

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“Things people say: ‘It’s Friday!’ Things self-employed people say: ‘It’s Friday?'”

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Funny quotes about working from home

“I love working for myself from home: I get along with everyone in the office, I can show up in pajamas, and I always win Employee of the Month.” – Missy Mwac

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“No thanks, pants. I’m working from home today.”

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“Work is interfering with my enjoyment of working from home.”

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Funny quotes about working alone

“The best thing about being self-employed is that when you talk to yourself, you can call it a staff meeting.”

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Funny quotes about work stress

“Stressed is desserts spelled backward.”

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