When we die, I would like to think that we go to better place, but what if you are are at an even worse scenario than before?
Everything is uncertain, is your life after this going to be a better one? Is there such thing as a guardian angel that prevents us from dying…from suffering. From making the same mistakes that we were going to do in the past? In context, is this life any harder than one that you may or may not encounter in the past?
As I googled all this and read about this. I ponder in this dark place I am in right now, is there really any light at the end of the tunnel? Is there any options for me? There seems to be no easy fix. There must be more to life.
After six months of working 6-7 days a week. Suddenly I am back to one day a week.
Scary. What should I do with all this spare time?
Of course I need to job hunt and keep doing interviews.
But, still so much time.
So I have a few things I am thinking to work on or do during this time.
- Being able to cook edible, easy, and semi-healthy meals for myself.
- Make sure I am up to date with my CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points for this year! We need to complete 40 CPD points as a year as a pharmacist.
- Aim to update daily with quality on this blog! This will include scheduled and unscheduled posts.
- Start doing recorded live interviews for my (almost forgotten) podcast! I have a few ideas of regular everyday people that I want to interview for my podcast.
- Work out 4 times a week and lose that post-covid 19 fat T_T!!
- Catch up with my nephew, sister, aunty, and uncle!
- Try to grow something. Flowers, cucumber, Carrot. Anything. Except mold. No Mold please.
- Think and plan my goals for the rest of the year and next year. I.e. financial goals, Shares goals, and etc.
- Finally have some time to clear out the junk in the kitchen, bathroom, and do I even want to touch the living room?!
- Get in some solid restful sleep. CHILLAX. Destress and hopefully my resting heart rate will go back down to ~60 instead of the 72 it is now 😦
Here’s hoping that I will make the most of the time I have between now and my next job… 🙂