I am currently reading a book called Stop Doing Things you Hate by Issac Moorehouse. I am not sure how I heard about this book, but I am sure that it was from of the several podcasts that I enjoy listening to. Hearing about it caught my attention because we all have things we hate and this author made a comment that you may not be able to 100% get away from something you hate, but you can try to lessen it. For example, you may hate having to go to work, so how about finding a job that you hate a little less than the one that you have currently now. An example of this would be finding a similar job where you make more money or even finding a similar job that is closer to home so you have to spend less time in traffic. Or think about it another way. You may hate your job, but being broke would suck more and that may give you the drive that you need to continue to show up everyday and do your job.
It is easier to complain. That way you don't actually have to do the work to change. The rewards come from actually doing something about your situation. If you hate something find a way to stop doing it. It you cant, find a way to hate it less or accept that the alternative is worse that your current situation. Either way, we have more of a choice than we like to think that we do.