Well I guess I’m back on track! This life hiatus is now a wrap.
I got a job!!
I can put my creative process to the test.
But it feels good that things now have the potential to turn out great. (Not that the much needed break was not, it did.) And I’m loving this ultra optimism I got from the break which should be able to keep me up on track for at least a year.
I got a lot of thoughts running through my brain right now.
Poor turn out in career shift.
Yeah, blame me for not trying hard enough. Sure the opportunities sounded cool and I’m greatful that companies are willing to take me in, but allowing myself to step back and think about it – my heart was never a 100% sure if those were the right paths for me to take.
It’s like making a decision of putting 3 years of experience to trash and trying out something that I know for a fact I’m no good at.
So I decided to be risk averse this time.
Not that this line of work I have is easier. Believe me, I saw people falter in this field. It is challenging. I cannot say that this is a comfort zone, but at least I have this chance to be at the top of my game.
New Old City
I will be spending most of my life now in a new but old city away from the bustling Makati corporate jungle. Let’s just say I will be surrounded by gorgeous men. We’ll see.
I’ll be working for a company involved in a growing industry. I won’t be dealing with massive budget cuts, savings target and debt servicing anymore.
A more appropriate shift for my soul.
I’m definitely trying this unconventional work shift. I hope this works in my favor – avoiding rush hour and more time for other stuff.
The needed break was pivotal for me to rethink my priorities in life. To reflect on what really matters and to what makes me genuinely happy.
Yeah, I guess these are the thoughts that play in your mind right as you enter a new phase in life.
The challenge is to be motivated, make smart decisions, and stay true to my personal happiness.
I’m ready to crush these petty ideologies and get back to BS office work.