I was stressed in the past few weeks for finding a new job. I left my previous company because I needed to sustain and I couldn’t wait for them to recall me from being temporarily laid-off for almost a month. Aside from that, I have new plans like to travel to some places in Southeast Asia and to buy new stuff for our house – and I need money to fulfill those.
While I was looking for a job I hanged-out with my friends at Happylemon (SM Megamall Branch). I felt the need for thirst quenchers and to bond with flavoured teas because, as I’ve said, I was really stressed.
Thankfully, our Happylemon day was really a soothing experience, enough for me to say that their featured teas were worth paying for. It was, actually, my first time to taste the most natural blueberry flavoured milk tea in my life, and when you say natural blueberry flavour, that means it was really and awesomely sour.
Tea prices are affordable and really worth it, and that lessen my stress too. If you experience it, you would really say that you have to come back to the store. You have to try it if you haven’t visited the shop.
How to survive a bad news?
Well, that’s my officemates’ BIG question right now. Even myself wants to ask the same question.
I guess that’s part of the business, and the only choice we have is to accept that truth rather than to complain for nothing. To tell you what, getting a secured job is one of the hardest things to find here in the Philippines. And the only thing you need to do to survive in an on and off company is to pray and leave everything to God.
That’s the truth. No sarcasm.
Actually, I remember my Dad’s last day at work. When he got home, he told us that we might not be able to go to college because he lost his job. I was shocked that time, because I thought my dream just simply “poofed” away from me. Good thing, my Aunt came to the rescue and the public college I’ve been to was free of tuition fee. Therefore, I graduated college.
Right now at the office, some of us just got laid off and thank God I ain’t part of it; however, we only got 6 days-work-per-cut-off from the usual 10 or 11. In other words, almost half of our salary will go bye bye to us until the next Month.
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