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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

I was browsing through my photos and I saw this. This was a friend's 18th party; and I'm pretty sure you all know how crazy this night turned out to be.

I decided to blog about the different things I went through after graduating.

When I graduated, I had the easy life. I traveled with my best friend, I visited my dad's homeland, my family and I went to different tourist spots, etc. I didn't look for a job immediately because I really didn't need to. I kept on telling my mom (who was nagging me to open up another business) that I want to get a job first just so I'd be able to appreciate things more. You know, like what I always say on my blogs. 

Around this time last year, the HR personnel of our company texted me and asked if I wanted to go for an interview for Product Specialist. First thing I did was google the company and the position. Obviously, the interview went well and I started working a few weeks after. My first week was fine. I think the only thing that bothered me then was the early wake up time. I used to wake up around 10-11AM. When I started working, it had to be 5AM since I live far from Makati. Until all the different issues came.

  • Loss of time with boyfriend/friends -- this was a big deal to me cause as stated on my previous blogs, my boyfriend and I broke up. We were both culture-shocked with my new environment and he kind of needed to look for other things (lol)
  • Parties -- I was never really the type of person who go to parties every week. I see to it that I do at least twice a month but when I started working, I lost that chance. Since my body has already adjusted, I can go to parties once in a while again
  • Sleep -- Since I've been trying to joggle my time with my family, boyfriend, friends, social life, and work, I'm left with no sleep. Sometimes I just feel very high in the office because of lack of sleep. I try to sleep before midnight most of the time, but there are just so many things to do, so many people to talk to, and so many games to play (hihihi)
  • Money -- this is what I am proud of. Bragging aside, I don't really need the money I'm getting from my job. But since I get it twice in one month, I am, little by little, learning how to save up and appreciate money.
  • Appreciation -- Given that I grew up spoiled, I never really thought of the things my parents did for me. Maybe I did, it just so happened that I never understood what they were trying to say about getting the money they share with me. Now, I do. :)
Given all this, and if you add all my posts regarding my employment, I guess you could say I'm doing well. I want to be better than what I am now, and finally be able to open up the businesses I've been dreaming about. ☺
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