Here I thought I’d have time to blog more come 2015, but look, it’s already February. Scratch that – February is almostÂ over, and I just sat down to finallyÂ blog.Â I promise, I really wanted to write last January, but I went through another round of transition then, so I had other things I needed to focus on.
But don’t worry, it’s good transition. And by that, I mean I don’t feel as lost now as I did at first. :)
So what has happened to me so far in 2015?
- Pope Francis’ visit to the Philippines – I will write another blog entry about this, but this is definitely one of the experiences I will never ever forget. What a way to kickstart 2015.
- Work, and lots of itÂ – This isn’t new, but there was a lot of work only because I filed my resignation last December, so most of this is transition stuff. This means…
- I have a new job. :)Â This wasn’t in any of my plans at all. I had other plans, really, especially since this opportunity came to me last year but I ignored it the first time. Then when I asked for it, someone else got it, so I figured it wasn’t for me. Lo and behold, I got a message by December if I wanted to go for it again. So I did, and I got the job. I’ve been in the role for one month and it’s been fun so far. The tasks and responsibilities are quite daunting, but I’m also having fun and I actually like this stretch. (So much that I actually went to work yesterday – a holiday – willingly, how about that.) Lots more to come for this, and I’m quite excited for those things. :)
- SFC International Conference in Palawan.Â My fourth SFC ICON, my second time in Palawan, andÂ thanks to the generosity of some CFCs in Palawan, we got to visit El Nido on a budget (like, really awesome budget). What an amazing, amazing experience, and I really, really hope that I get to write about this soon.
There are many things that I need to write about (part two of the Bangkok-Siem Reap trip, for one), and I’m really going to try harder to do that soon. I mean, I have a lot of time outside of work now. I think I’m just sort of adjusting from all this free time now. Ever had that dilemma? You know, having almost no free time to suddenly havingÂ so much free time that you don’t know what to doÂ with it now? Yeah, that thing. But let’s not waste time, right?
Here’s one thing I know, after the first 51 days of 2015: it’s been a blast, so far. :)