No Rest For The Wicked

I haven't written anything serious (ie: ramble) for the longest time and I'm yearning to do so but having even just one whole hour with my own thoughts is a luxury these days. With my full-time job and contributing to some magazines and websites on the side, I feel like my work is taking over everything although there are times that I completely drop everything and watch old episodes of Sex and The City instead.

I would like to share my excitement about finally getting my work published in a magazine. It will be out in a couple of weeks (watch this space!). This will be my first non-online full length interview article. I am very proud of it because I've put a lot of effort into it. I went to a dog-pound to get the interview for god sake! And hell yes it was totally worth it.

I have also left the shitty online retail company which I joined just about three months ago. If there is one thing that I learned from the experience, it definitely has something to do with growing up. I feel like I have grown up so much that just being there surrounded by twenty-something who are all fresh out of the college and on their first job was an unbearable pain in my thirty-something ass.

So I decided to leave.

There was this one colleague which fascinates me but he left a week prior to my resignation. I would have stayed longer if he was still around. I don't make friends easily and being fascinated by him made me want to keep giving, which is something that I always do until I realized I have nothing left to give.

But fuck this shit! Tomorrow is a new day and we do what we do.

We begin again...

Ya know like LeBron James... okay maybe not.

Songs playing inside my head: Lykke Li's Just Like a Dream