You must learn to let go. Release the stress. Because you were never in control anyway.
Life at work hasn’t been the easiest yet, sure there are good days and yet when the bad days strike, they strike hard & fast. Learning how to manage my stress, constantly reminding myself that there’s just so much I’m able to do, and that I’m human too – it’s okay to feel like I’m breaking some days. I’m only human, only human, only human.
Secretly glad I got to take the day off, but really apologetic to my team for having to cover for me today …. death by responsibilities lol. This team is amazing though, don’t think I would have been able to survive the past 6 months if it weren’t for them & their constant accompaniment :’) Never would trade them for any other, I feel so so blessed to have them in my life. At least with them around, work doesn’t seem all too bad after all.
So today coincidentally marks my first day after passing probation – it has been a good 6 months since I step foot into this first phase of adulthood. Possibly going to have some changes in work in the near future? Not sure what lies ahead, but I’ll learn to embrace it nevertheless. And what hasn’t changed is how proud I am about my profession still, after all these months 🙂
November slipped by quietly and December tiptoed in, feeling all warm & fuzzy inside because it’s my favourite month of the year for various reasons. It’s the Christmas season *my fave hehe), and most importantly, it marks the end of yet another year well battled. I’m ready for 2017 to end, it hasn’t been the smoothest yet but those thoughts shall be left for a later post to sum up my year.
One more day at work tomorrow before I get to scoot off for a short getaway, so so excited for the much needed break 🙂 Really need the time to think things through, to reflect, relax, and to be calm again. Inner peace, they call it? Been thinking too much again lately…… so much for no regrets hmmmmmm.
“So many versions of just one memory, and yet none of them were right or wrong. Instead, they were all pieces. Only when fitted together, edge to edge, could they even begin to tell the whole story.”