Probably have mentioned this before, but I used to scoff when people (working adults) say that they have absolutely no time to pursue anything else outside of work and family. I used to think that as long as you put in enough effort, you can squeeze some time out.
Hahahaha so far I’m forced to eat my words. Cos I cannot squeeze out time. Or rather, outside of work, I just don’t have the energy to do anything except sit on the sofa and play with my phone -.-
I’m hoping that it’s just the initial adaptation fatigue and once I get used to the schedule, I’ll get some (?) energy back.
I’m writing this post while yawning and blowing my nose on the morning commute to work ?.
So for those who are interested in my weekday schedule, it looks something like wake up, go to work, work, eat dinner alone, go home, use my phone (even turning on the computer is too energy-consuming), sleep by 11.
What social life. ?
Need to find pockets of productivity and the first two I’m looking at is the daily commute. Previously I would actually be reading Chinese/Japanese novels during commute and I should get back to it soon.
After work I’m thinking of spending 1hr productively but so far HAAHAH not working. Yesterday I managed to read just 2 pages before deciding that I’m no longer processing anything.
Ok, let me get my 3 pockets of productivity time going soon (:
- Don’t forget Japanese ????
- Up my Korean report writing skills
On another note, once again I feel quite disheartened by how fragile and transient human relationships are. And seemingly tight-knit groups aren’t as tight as they look like on the surface. ?
Not easy to maintain any form of relationship or friendship. I usually don’t bother, so if I do, it means I care enough. ?