10 weeks since the previous post, and don’t think the Internet actually notice my absence. Lol.
Was very close to skip this post all together, but was reminded by my desktop background:
Prior to this, I was summarizing my week in 10 sentences. Let’s see if I could use just one sentence to summarize each week of the past 10 weeks:
Week 26: Carousell shopping and nephew’s birthday.
Week 27: Colleague’s birthday and experienced the ‘new way’ of buffet.
Week 28: Call-ups.
Week 29: Discovered a new route in the office building.
Week 30: Submitted SOP.
Week 31: Bid Rimowa farewell and welcomed Lojel. Oh, and my first swab.
Week 32: An(other) unexpected notification.
Week 33: Started a 40 hours learning journey on Linked-in Learning.
Week 34: A fun Friday dinner.
Week 35: Nephews’ new hobby and another birthday.
the year where it feels like time is not moving, yet it is moving so fast;
the year where it feels like nothing much is happening, and so much is happening at the same time;
the year where it feels like there is restriction to everything, but what is it that is really restricting us?
The government policy?
Or our own imagination?
DISCLAIMER: Definitely NOT saying to ignore our social responsibilities in fighting the pandemic, I’m merely saying even though we are asked to practice social distancing and stay at home as much as possible, there are so much we can do AT HOME, like spend time with yourself or ask yourself big/ tough questions etc.
Definitely don’t ‘wait until the pandemic is over’ or start acting only when ‘things go back to normal’. If you think there is something that you wish you could have done better in order to create a better life for yourself, now is the time to do it – restart. Why? Because tomorrow is loser’s excuse.