I am truly blessed to be able to earn a living doing the things I want to do.
For now, at least. I don’t know if 2012 will be the same.
It’s a wonder how conditions fall together, how people （我的贵人们）push things through, so I can be where I am. No longer floating about, able to give some allowance to my parents, and using my expertise to do meaningful things. I have enough projects and income to consider myself employed full-time, while only one job requires me to work on-site on a regular basis. I need to start structuring my time so I can work from home efficiently… ie. no Facebook as and when I like, no naps till nap time (if I’m lucky?), waking and sleeping at fixed times, no procrastination of house work.
I loved making timetables when I was a kid. Hopefully I’ll have the discipline to follow through with it. I’ve never succeeded in the past.
I’ve yet to tell my parents about it; I think they’ll be quite glad. My father has
given up on stopped telling me to find a real job, haha. I am thankful for such supportive and relatively liberal parents. Guess it’s good that they both have full-time jobs and CCAs to use up their RAM, so they won’t bother themselves with my employment status.
ONE MORE DAY to the Puppy Weekend. We’re going to Ubin on Sat, Dharma class on Sun, then movies.
stalkers readers: Vday was not bombastic since we didn’t do anything out of the ordinary. He gives me little presents and cards on normal days too. YES YES “everyday is like Vday”, so cliched right. Laugh at me lor.
I miss TG! and Sweet Potato LGH, and yuanyuan. Must meet them.
The details for those interested:
I am working part-time with three parties – a music production house, Poh Ming Tse Temple and Dharma In Action, on their marcomms and running of projects.