When every single line in a poem weighs the potential downsides of killing oneself in a particular way, chances are that the poem is doing a little bit of reflecting on the up-sides and the down-sides of staying alive as well. We're guessing that this debate is going on in the first place because the speaker of "Resume" isn't too happy – she even shows signs of clinical depression. In the end, she opts for living, but not for the reasons you might assume. She simply seems to conclude that living is a little bit less of a hassle than going to all the trouble of killing herself. We know, it's a pretty bleak assessment of life.
Death becomes an everyday activity in this poem, oddly like shopping or picking out an item from a menu.
By trivializing death, our speaker inadvertently valorizes (read: paints it in a good light) life.