Hello! Just another update that I’ll be making at midnight, because my flu has been keeping me awake and I have nothing better to do.
I know it’s been a while since my last post, and I really feel sad about it. 🙁 I have no excuses to be honest, most of the time I just forget, and when I do remember I don’t have any inspiration for it. However, once I start typing something like this (an effortless post), all blogpost ideas start rushing all over my head again. I promise I’ll be keeping notes this time and will even set an alarm for posting!
Anyway, you know the drill. You know Life Lately posts for sure. My sick and lazy butt cannot be bothered to make a collage or choose photos, so this post will just be full of bullets of what I have been up to these days.
- I now work a 12-hour shift for 3 days every week. This is something that I still need to adjust to. I’m not gonna lie, it really stresses my body. It’s very apparent with the acne situation and flu I have right now lol.
- My sister passed her OTRP board exams! I know it’s not something related to me but it’s the reason why I’ll be coming home to the Philippines this March!!!! I’m excited for everything I’m planning to do and I can’t wait to share everything here!!!
- My guardians visited us here in HK for 10 days. It’s their first time out of the country and they haven’t had a vacation in a while, so I hope they enjoyed!
- I passed my probation!!! Yay!!! This has been something that I’ve been thinking a lot the past few months. I know I don’t know a lot yet and most of the time I still need guidance from my colleagues/shift lead; but to be honest, I just want to stop being too harsh on myself. I improved. Does not matter how big or small my improvement is. What I learned for the past six months is to really just trust the process. Nothing good comes off instantly. Learning is a process. Asking questions does not make you stupid, even if some people make you feel that you are. I’m happy that I’m already done with it, so now I just have to focus to learning more. It’s not easy to work for me here, considering that I was a fresh grad from the Philippines and got my first industry-related job here in Hong Kong. The work environment and culture really shocked me. I just really need to adapt, adapt, adapt.
So there you go! These are the things that I have been up to. I already have a next post in mind, so watch out for that 😉
Thank you for reading!