Hey there! I had been really busy for the last couple of weeks which kept me away from writing anything. A lot of things has happened ever since the month of August has started and I am beyond blessed and grateful for all of it. I think it was about time to dive a bit deeper into what I’ve been up to. I am excited to be spilling to you all the wonderful events that I have attended and some freelancing job that I do which keeps me a bit busy.
As I was about to sleep last night, I happened to look past at my bookshelf and thought of maybe sharing this small, but incredibly good books that I have read over the years. I will also give you a bit of backstory of how I got them and a peek of my favorites.
I kind of started this reading habit around 7 years ago. Since I was a lazy student, I don’t really read academic books because well, studying isn’t just my thing. LOL! That’s why I’m surprised that I have grown to read books after reading my first few novels. Sadly, I now realized that almost half of my collection weren’t here anymore. There are lots of unreturned and misplaced books. But still, I hope you would take a look at this few but loved collection I am left with.
It has been over a month now since I had a chickenpox viral infection. It was a severe case and for adults like me, it can lead to death because of possible complications. Thank God, it wasn’t that crucial. But every time I look into the mirror, the scars are reminders of how terrible the infection was–that it has almost drowned me into the depth of depression.
Sounds like I’m over exaggerating this but it was seriously the worst days of my life and until now, I feel like I am still living on that moment because I really never expected for this to happen. And I don’t know when will I ever get over it.
It’s raining today and I’m having a hot coffee as I’m swaying back and forth on my dad’s rocking chair with my eyes close while contemplating about my life. And it feels amazing how this moment simply gives me so much happiness. So, I thought of sharing to you little moments like this that make my life worth living because of the bliss it gives me.
But you know what…
I’m a former Executive Secretary to the Executive Vice President– and he was just recently promoted as President, I’m so proud– of one of the respective college in my hometown. I know it’s a huge deal, even most people say so, and I wish I could’ve cherished every moment of my stay there. On my defense, I really do love that company– I love what I do especially working with my boss.
That’s why on this post, I want to share my thoughts on the things that I have learned and why I believe that being an Executive Assistant is a rewarding career for me.