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Enthusiasm.


It's been a month since I started work officially. 

I don't hate my job. But I am not sure if I love it either.
Do I enjoy it?

Yes, but that's because the environment is nice. People there are nice and friendly. The office is nice. So yea.

I am still not sure what kind of job I want. But I realise that I want a job that allows me to think. Apparently, I like to use my brains.
Mundane routine things aren't quite my things actually. Can I do it? Yes. But do I want to? Not really.

But surprisingly, I find myself enthusiastic currently in my life. 

I like the idea of being able to handle my own expenses.
I like the idea of being able to live my own life.
I like the idea that I am starting the journey of my life.

For me, I believe this is the time to start planning and going out to live the life you want.

I believe that this is the time to plan and then to grind for the life you want. This is the time to put the effort. This is the time to work. This is the time to dream and go for it.

I guess that's why I am excited.

I haven't really figured out what I want yet. But I am gonna definitely figure it out. So yea.

Anyway, good luck to me and my life journey. 

And good luck to you guys too!!



Comments

Happy "Sam" said…
haha !!
The blog that I share also I am the one write it.
I just thinking it I am a girl and write to my blog.
Starting my own blog ... less people comment so I create the girl blog.
I comment it myself and reply myself.
haha !!

A bit crazy .. but nothings do ...
Last time,
no facebook .... just Friendster only.
boring .... no small game play like fb.
hehe !!

Happy that you jobs is great !!
Environment nice !!
Enjoy it !!
Yeah !!

The journey is in your hand !!


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