Last week was the first time I realized that I no longer needed to use my Waze App to help me find my direction to work. I even remembered to dodge a pothole on the road which was the same pothole that made me cringed each time I ran over it. My poor tires!
After dodging that pothole, it made me realized how I’m back to a routine lifestyle where my daily commute is planned exactly at a certain time, leaving work at the same time every day, go to the gym, eat dinner then do it all over again the next day. In short, I’m bored out of my mind. Read More »
Officially, I moved in to my new apartment a few days ago and it’s been great. In the last 6 months I’ve been living in a suitcase jumping from one place to another, staying in airbnb’s, commuting for 2 hours from L.A. to O.C., fighting for parking spaces, to now living in a quiet suburban neighbourhood. It’s nice to finally have some stability. Read More »
Back to the grind. It feels good and strange at the same time being back working in the corporate world. The first week went well, lots of trying to familiarize myself with the company’s computer system, process, easing in slowly to the company culture, learning names, dealing with current or new design problems and sitting in meetings. It’s all very familiar. What I’m really looking forward to is figuring out my schedule for the rest of the year. What would life be without traveling?Read More »
After a month of job searching, I finally found a full-time position and a new home (at least in the process of signing a contract). How crazy things move so quickly in a mere of just a few weeks. Here’s how I did it.Read More »
New Year, New Challenges. 2017 for me started out with a bang where going on job interviews have become a standard day to day life. Whoo! lucky me 🙂 I hope someone out there can relate to me on this but, the job market in Southern California (specifically L.A. and O.C.) have gotten more competitive within the Digital field. Base on the last few interviews I’ve gone through, my interview experiences have been very interesting to say the least. Read More »