i've felt that way before about new jobs i've worked lol but i agree with everyone else. you've done this before, the novelty has worn off.
i always sound crazy asking, but have you considered working for starbucks? i do and it is by far the best place i've ever worked. you get a raise every 6 months based on performance (usually only 15-25 cents an hour but its still something), you can get really affordable health insurance even at part time hours for you and your boyfriend if you are living together, and starbucks gives you stock options that vest every year (free money). you also get good discounts on your phone bill (sprint is 18% for example) and tons of clothing and electronics stores, car insurance, you'd be surprised! the longer you work there the better the perks, too, like tuition reimbursement for college, and there's always management positions available (a.k.a. more money) if you prove you want them. i was promoted to shift supervisor within a year and a half and am working towards assistant manager now. the job can be hard at times and annoying (what job isnt?) but a lot of fun too and you meet some great people, i've gotten really well paying side jobs(babysitting, housekeeping, etc.) through customers off the books that have helped during especially tough times. i realize sound like an advertisement lol but i wouldn't be where i am today if i hadn't gotten this job. it's opened a lot of doors and looks GREAT on your resume if you stick around. just putting it out there lol