My first week of freedom has been hectic to say the least and to think that I haven’t really started yet on what I’m really supposed to do. I guess I’m still adjusting to this new routine of photography school, gym, part-timing as social media manager and entrepreneur. It’s scary too how often I had swiped my card last week considering my income budget has dwindled by half. Thankfully there’s Jake to motivate me 🙂
After considering so many things, I finally let my crazy side dictate my practical side and resigned from my full-time job. I firmly told my boss that I decided to take a chance in life and start my own online business. To be more graphic on what I’m feeling now, see below photos.
I’m a firm believer of time capsules, particularly on writing letter to myself. It really shows how much I’ve changed as a person and a constant reminder that I should level-up as I grow older. Here’s my letter for the April 2014 version of myself.
Hello. How are you? I hope you’re closer to the things that satisfy you and you’re actually doing something worthwhile of your time. I mean, you’re investing your efforts in your own business and not just swallowing bullshit from other people.
I hope you’ve done travelling and not just stayed cooped up at work or wasted precious time daydreaming watching your favorite television shows and kdramas online. You really really need to change your habit of wasting time on useless things/people.
I hope you have more self-respect and self-confidence in your talent and capabilities enough to go on amazing adventures and find love.
And lastly, I hope your richer and sexier than the me now 🙂 PS If you’re depressed right now, I hope you won’t stop believing that you are capable of doing big things. After all, hindi ka pa naman patay diba?
-Diana April 2013
Hello. I just wanted to share this amazing mobile application that I just discovered. The Unstuck App
Basically this app should supposedly help you get unstuck in whatever situation you’re in right now in your life. Say you’re in a quarter-life crisis situation like me. You just need to answer some questions and the app would give you guidelines to solve the problem. Pretty cool actually. When I tried this, I got this result.
I don’t know about you but stress (as I got older) is dominating a large part of my limited human life. I’ve actually been hospitalized because of it. Considering all the suicides, terrorist attacks and rallying happening around the world, my personal stress can still be considered as miniscule.
Still just because it’s my life, I’ve come up with this equation. How about you? Do you have your own stress buster equation? Share it please! I might get some tips.
In my childhood years, I’ve always been exposed to the children books of Dr. Suess. It’s funny that it took so many years for me to appreciate it. It’s just so poetic how Dr. Seuss was able to give life lessons using classic characters and rhyming.