I sat on the chair and stared into space, enjoying doing - well, nothing. That's something I haven't done in a long time. But as much as I enjoy doing nothing, the enjoyment is only but for a short while. Because I'd soon come to a realization that I wanna do something else other than nothing. It's probably the working-Asian instinct of mine kickin' in.
Hence, I look forward to getting back to my normal or shall I say, ordinary life of working, spending time with people and doing things that I love. While being away is a good rest from a busy and constantly preoccupied mind, I find greater pleasure in resting in my work. Having experienced both ends of the spectrum, I can testify that the latter leaves a greater impact and a sense of fulfillment. I've nothing against getaways, in fact - I love traveling! I just don't wanna create a life for myself where I constantly need a vacation from. I want a life where I'm pumped up for work, meeting up with people, spending time with my loved ones, equipping myself, and etc. WHILE feeling rested. Sure, there'll be low days where all I wanna do is to pack my bag and hop on the next flight to Iceland. But going on a vacation isn't my life goal. My goals are bigger than that. It has to be!
So being here in London for the extra week, I was able to reset my goals for the rest of the year, evaluating what was done right in the past 6 months, and changing what could have been done more/less in the remaining months of 2016. It's been a good progress thus far!
7 days till I come home. That should give me enough time to refine whatever's written and rewrite whatever dreams that were lost along the first half of the year. Wish me luck!
Everybody shouts, "LUCK!" LOL. Sorry I just had to.
That's about my thoughts for now. This post was written from the balcony, to the living room and now - the bed. Oh my. It turned out to be longer than I thought it'd be. I guess I really enjoy writing because once I start, I can't stop! The bigger problem is me not starting at all. Hahaha. Forgive me. This shall be one of the things to improve in the next 6 months.
Thanks for reading this one, too. It gives me great encouragement to know that I'm not writing in a dead space. Will blog more soon! Promise.
Your consistently inconsistent blogger, G.