So for the nth time I’d be apologizing for being so lazy and crazy
for not being able to update as much as I can.
Things have been so chaotic and lots of things have changed since
the last time I blogged.
First, I think that I was wrong when I thought that I’m ready to be
self-employed. Well, I did try it. However I got so bored. I only
tried it for 2 months though but the thing with being a freelancer is that you get to feel that somehow you are not working at all!!! Hahahaha!
I may have failed but I have learned a lot.
What I have learned:
1. Lack of self-discipline
I find myself waking up sooo late that I could no longer accomplish
a lot of things. Since I’m just always home, it’s challenging for me
to train my mindset into work mode while working beside my bed.
hahaha! So much temptations! hahaha!
I also realized that I am not yet financially ready for that kind of
setting. The lack of stable income and unpredictable pay dates can
cause so much strain on my finances.
3. Insufficient skill
I have come to understand that my skills are still premature. I still
have a lot to learn and master. I believe that if I’m employed, I can
take advantage of the trainings and seminars that my employment can
This is one of the most important thing that I considered. I gotta be
honest that medical bills are the most fearful ones. It’s so
unpredictable and not to mention, so darn expensive.
I know that what I have mentioned above can actually be managed and
may be so shallow for others. Despite that, I’m glad that I was able
to experience being a freelancer even just for a short time, for it
gave me a clear preview on how it feels to be one. It challenged me to
work even harder and to develop my skills and attitude towards work.
Maybe not for now, but I still don’t dismiss the idea of being a
freelancer. Maybe someday. But for now, I shall take advantage of my
new job. Yes! I already got a new job and it’s giving me happiness
that I can learn a lot on this new company where I’m now working for.
I still need to grow. I still need to learn. Soooo grow and learn with
me, won’t you?