Posts Tagged ‘job’

Job and Love

Posted: December 12, 2013 in passion, Q and A
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Question of the Day: What’s on your wishlist?

I know that, when compared to others, I seem to have a really good life.  And I think I do.  But, like I posted before, I still won’t be able to use the Mirror of Erised like a regular mirror.

And, right now, there are two major things on my wishlist.

A new job.

A new love.

I think these two are very self explanatory.  I need a new job because my current one is hazardous to my health.  I need a new love because, well, it’s been a while since these luscious lips have had some practice. 😉

So, yes.  Those are the things on my wishlist.

I think I’ve been good this year.  You think Santa will give me one of them?



Posted: November 18, 2013 in passion, Q and A, writing
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Question of the Day: What is your dream job of the day?

To create a world of my own with words I put together has always been something I dreamed of doing.  To be able to do this for a living would be a dream come true.  Not just for one day but for the rest of my life.

I always dreamed of seeing my name on the cover of my very own novel someday.  Or create a magical world for children and the child-at-heart.  Or come up with a script for a blockbuster movie.

I want to be a writer not just for the money that it will bring me but for the chance to impart to the world the images, characters, and stories that are forever swirling in my head.

This has been my dream job for the longest time and, I believe, will always be my dream job.  But, I hope it won’t be a dream for much longer.  I am hoping, with all my heart and soul, that it will become my reality soon.

You Refuse to be Happy

Posted: August 23, 2013 in heart, love
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“Your health is suffering because you refuse to be happy with your job.”

My father’s words that touched the very core of my being when I started to complain about my job, again.

Yes, I admit that I do complain a lot.  That I jump from one job to another because I keep looking for that perfect set-up in a perfect job.  But, I am now starting to realize that maybe the perfect set-up in a perfect job does not and will never exist.  And, maybe, this time my father’s right.  That it should be about time I start to love and be thankful for what I have.

Perfect or not.

So, no matter how hard it will be, I decided to try and love the job that I have now.  To give it my all and try to be the best sales engineer the company ever had.  To prove to the management that they did not make a mistake when they decided to hire me.

Trying to do all that may cause a little bit of stress for me but at least it will help pay the bills. Plus, I have a car I can use.  Better start counting my blessings now, instead of my grievances. 🙂