I was unemployed for a long time and became quite pessimistic. Then I just applied for a suitable position and surprisingly got hired.
Because I used to live independent (waking and sleeping late) and had no sense of working habit, this new situation disturbs me. I do not like to wake up early. I am aware that working life needs it at some point but because of long distance transportation I really have push myself every morning. I come home relatively late and have no time - one or two hours - and then need to sleep again.
I am not sure these are good reasons to resign.
It feels wrong to resign after not having had a job for a long time. Will such a drastic change demolish my career?
Is "Carpe Diem" an acceptable approach for professional life at very early stages?
What are the appropriate ways to motivate myself/overcome unwillingness in this case?
'Carpe Diem' - What I meant is focus more on personal welfare and social life than career (60/40 ratio and more I accept as carpe diem)
'very early stages' - I have couple of years of experience in industry but it is less then 10 years and I am kind of young. So I am highlighting it is not well-earned tiredness and unwillingness after very long career path.