Struggles and different levels of challenges aren’t new to us when 2020 started. It’s now October yet calamities are still experienced. In fact, an earthquake has just happened a few hours ago and typhoon has just left the country.
The last few days were very difficult for me, emotionally. I have been experiencing anxiety attacks in the middle of my shift and I’ve been feeling useless and stupid all the time.
What would you do if you had a heated argument with someone very close to you that end up losing your contact with each other?
Sitting on my workstation, answering random questions from my agents, doing meetings, checking promoter and detractor surveys, monitoring ticket count and taking over supervisor call requests. I can’t help but think..
It’s Sunday, it’s Chard’s rest day so he is in Valenzuela to visit his family. I’m left alone here in our condo ’cause I still have shift.
If you have read my previous blog posts, you probably know by now that I’ve been aspiring to get into Chard’s company when he got back to it this August.
It was February this year when I decided to finally give up my corporate job. I thought freelancing would be so much cooler.
Sitting in a dining table sipping my instant noodles, I can’t stop thinking about what could have happened if hadn’t resigned?
Time check, it’s 4 in the morning of Friday.
It’s my third supervisor call request for the day. What’s wrong with today? It’s just the half of my shift yet I already feel exhausted.
Years ago I luckily found a Facebook group that showcases new bloggers. They welcome new members. They follow, subscribe and give reviews to your blog posts. Something that new bloggers need — a support group.
The blogosphere has become part of my life since my college days. It’s been my journal ever since I learned how to blog. It became my friend when I need to talk about something that I know no one could understand. It was the only thing I go to when I feel the need to vent out about something.