The weekend is over just like that!! What an unproductive weekend I had.
The working world is really a scary place. It's laiden with hidden traps that you unwittingly step on. What could be a minor mistake could eventually effect an entire system. A mere oversight could eventually cause a whole lot of trouble. Perhaps I was a a tad more careless than other people. Perhaps I was just not as meticulous as I thought I was. It's rather sad knowing what a mindless and seemingly harmless action could cause to a person. Yet, there's nothing much that I can do but to apologise and remember the mistake to prevent future incidents.
Oh well, what's passed is the past. Learning to tread on the water and more vigilant.
On a side note, it's a puzzling yet exciting experience for me at the moment. One that I have no idea would lie for me in the future. A happy ending? Or would it be like any other passerby that just happens to write a small chapter in my life? I'm not too sure. Whatever it is, it doesn't pay to be too involved in someone. Not when you have no idea how much you matter them.
I'm trying to figure it out. Constantly reminding myself not to get too involved.
long time since i last blogged! and my mind is in a blank as i'm kinda blogging for the sake of doing so..haha..On a side note, I never thought I could sign in to this account again, judging that I have not logged in since goodness knows when.
Time flies. I've graduated and worked for 3 months. Had I decided to go overseas to further my studies, I'd be in Australia now.
Mental health setting is indeed a tough place to work in especially when there is no clear structure. While I fumble through, I learn. I get my opportunity to do anything and almost everything I want. Despite being in a mental health setting, I'm glad my supervisor has given me a chance to do physical rehab stuffs too as it helps improve the residents' quality of life.
Ran my first 5km registered run on Sunday with cousins and it was great! A good experience and good test of determination. Have to admit I wasn't very disciplined. Initially wanted to run the entire length, but I gave up about halfway through the race. Really hard to pick up the momentum to run again after I stopped and I ended up brisk walking my way. Despite that, I was able to sprint through the last 100m of the race! Noticed that I somehow have the energy to do sprinting in the last 200m of any running events (am thinking of the GE Run and my 2.4km runs here) Therefore, I realise that my muscles are mainly red fiber ones! Perhaps I'd make a good sprinter if I trained hard enough last time. Haha.