Gasping for the chance of wifi at every chance I could get, and not being able to fully utilise at work seeing as I come to work, to actually work, then turned into the choice to no longer care that I’d be going home after a long day to no internet. At first it was frustrating, but revealed many things about myself which was definitely food for thought and helped me realise some important things..
1. Another month. Honestly. This month is simply another month in the calendar year. As Morgan Freeman bluntly puts it in an interview…
I hear that it’s the world’s largest broadcasting corporation, reaching worldwide audiences and producing content around the clock, 365 days a year. You can imagine how pleasantly shocked and humbled I was to be able to have been gifted this opportunity only 2 weeks after graduating in 2014. Since then, I’ve learnt super key points that I’ve experienced over the past 2 years..
..books. Hardbacks, novels, stories; I just can’t seem to finish reading a story-telling book.
I’ve seen several people my age speak about how they want their parents to retire early and that they’re doing all the hard work for their parents so they don’t have to work any more. Here is why I tend to disagree with this mentality..
I’ve noticed that I’ve barely been out to clubs etc this summer due to an insanely packed weekend schedule – and a block of four weddings, back to back, from morning till night.
It’s such a hard thing to do, right? Practically working 2 jobs: your salary it-gets-me-by job, whilst going for your dream; your passion.