July is soon drawing to a close. And that leaves us with just 5 more months till the year is over. June and July seemed the hardest to get by with work pressures and everything else. I’m beginning to realise sometimes putting in less effort to be noticed and recognised pays off and that work politics does exist no matter how friendly or young your colleagues might be. It is the survival of fittest when you are out there, public service being no different, of course. And, with regards to everything else, you either focus on what’s tearing you apart or what’s holding you together. For the moment, I’m choosing to focus on the latter and am getting by a little happier. And with time not our side, letting the hurt go seems to be the most sensible thing to do.
I’m gaining more and more courage as days go by, to execute my plan for next year.
After all, “Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, create a life you don’t have to escape from.”