Finding The Way


Man in Forest

– Reflecting on a year of static restlessness

It’s been a while since my last post and a lot has changed since. I have graduated from university after 4 years of procrastination, late night cramming and glorious social freedom, to embark on the next phase in my life – a career. Equally, a lot has not changed; I am still looking for the meaning of happiness, discovering what I really want to do.

Let’s start with what has changed; I am now what society labels a working professional. It is curious quick how one transits from life under education to life under employment! On the grand scheme of things, I am still actively engaged morning to dusk, Monday to Friday. Some days you enjoy studying and some days you loathe it, as you do in employment. One could argue education is comparatively easier, but whoever says that did not put themselves in the minds of the young. There are exams, deadlines, peer pressure, social experimentation, which in relation to the inexperience and hormonal influences of the young, isn’t exactly a stroll in the park. Continue reading