J is for Juggling Life and Work

I apologize for being too lazy to get going in this challenge. I feel like I’m a million away from getting on track in this challenge but I’ll try to do my best to cope with, I promise! (Raise right hand, put left hand in the chest and start the puppy eyes.

J is for Juggling

J is for Juggling

Well, let’s see what would I be writing/posting for J. Maybe I’ll opt to J is for Jokes Juggling Life and Work. Basically, I belong to that general number of people who goes to school, graduate then got a job. I landed on a job even before I graduated, isn’t it amazing? Exciting? Fun? Yep, maybe. I think so.

Working 8 hours a day means that almost a third of your day is spent at the office, sitting in a chair, staring at your desktop monitor, cursing the world if you have a love-hate relationship with your job or counting hours until it strikes at 5 or 6 in the afternoon. That’s it. Sometimes, some people opt to have this particular routine of going to the office, getting home, relaxing a bit then sleep. Repeat. Then on some days, add over time work and some people’s life would then be a work-centered.

Well, juggling life and work is a bit difficult. This is the realization that I got after being part of those people who experienced the need to do some over time work. For some, it is quite satisfying when you deliver the product that you worked on. For some, they cringe with the thought that they really can’t balance life and work; hence, they need to do some overtime. I’m somewhere in between the two of this: I want to deliver but I don’t want to do a lot of overtime. Yes. I want to balance my life and work, and make sure that I don’t get a bad shot at any of them. So, I come to realize that 8 hours a day is a long time. It should be maximized by everyone. But of course, proper time or schedule management should be done to maximize it.

Don’t let your work interfere with your learning about life. Life is a matter of juggling and balancing everything. Good day!

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  1. It’s not the hours you put in your work that counts, it’s the work you put in the hours. Sam Ewing


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