What started weak ended up with a bang. Indeed, life is a wheel. #YOLO.
I greeted 2017 gloomily, walking aimlessly, unsure where I was headed, more specifically, with my career. I was happy with the salary, but I wasn’t happy with the type of work I was doing. Deep inside, I knew I’m meant to do something else. Work became unbearable and led me to pull the trigger.
Journey to Entrepreneurship
On April 2017, I was finally free from work and decided to pursue stock trading. I knew the fundamental and technical concepts and I’ve been trading on the side so I was pretty confident of what I’m about to do. But life decided to give me lemons, and I found out I wasn’t prepared enough for it.
I really don’t want to make a recap of 2015 because the wounds are still too fresh. I don’t want to remember any of it. All I remember of 2015 is I spent money like crazy, shopping for clothes and shoes. My grandma passed away, suddenly, unexpectedly. I didn’t save as much as I would have liked to, but all these things served as a wake up call for me to keep on track of my goals.
So, 2015, I bid you goodbye.
Hello to a more positive and happier 2016!
“The more you give love, the more love you will receive. The more you think of positive things, the more positive things will come your way. The more grateful you are, the more things you’ll have to be grateful for.” ~Senyth, December 2014
It is already 2015! Yay! I am wishing for another year full of surprises, fun and of course insights and lernings, not only for myself but also about myself and the people that matter in my life.
It’s almost the end of the year. And I would like to do this recap so I could pat myself at the back. LOL. Kidding aside, I like to do this just to see how productive I am each month and if I achieved something great.
January – Maintained my makeup blog, Glitteresque, and got approved for Google AdSense. Hooray!
February – My boyfriend bought me a Magic Blender bullet for Valentines. As for me, I bought him a Starcraft 2 Game.
March – Our youngest brother graduated Elementary; I was promoted to SE; Got rolled-off from my first project at work; Celebrated my dad’s bithrday.
Nothing much happened in 2012. I was trying to save the whole year, but it’s still not enough. I did not reach my milestone. Or it is because I’m expecting too much of myself. I probably should learn to be more appreciative, optimistic and let go of the negativity in me.
For the highlights of last year: