The weekend freedom!
It appears I’ve now dedicated this blog to solely being about my job and my experiences working in an office environment.
I must say, when I finished work I became the happiest person in Taichung at the time. I felt the freedom of not having work the next day, of not having to go to bed early, just so I wouldn’t be too tired to wake up at 6 or either at 7 in the morning.
The weekend days are likely the most joyous days I could have after working full-time in the weekdays. I just feel freedom, as I have no worries, however as always I still feel the sense of pressure considering I still have work on Monday, and really the weekends are not long enough. – It’s back to work soon enough and the process repeats itself every time.
I just want to relax today. I’ve had too much stress and pressure placed on me at work, to understand translations (Which aren’t too accurate) from Mandarin to English. Plus, I have to write out daily reports and then I have to attend a meeting saying what I’ve been doing in the week. However with this type of job it is really hard to explain what you’ve been doing, when you quite frankly can’t explain in your own head what you are doing. I can’t wait to quit. I just need to save enough money to see my sweetheart Julie, who’s in Seoul, South Korea. — Oh, do I miss her.