Thursday, November 14, 2013

Multitasking

I'm already on my 25th day at home since I resigned from work last month and I must say that there's a lot of changes in my daily routine.  Back in Cambodia, I only go to the office everyday and usually go online when off from work.  When online, it's either that I watch some "Pinoy"TV series or do some online tasks and keep my blogs running.  Now, I got more responsibilities to look after as I do not only manage myself but the entire household.  I still have a house helper but the domesticated side of me wouldn't let any part of the house left unclean.  I prepare and cook meals for the family.  I occasionally go out for some grocery shopping and to buy some foods at a super market.  But, the best part of being at home is that I could manage my time well.  I could sleep and take a nap whenever I want as long as I'm done with my obligations at home.  I always watch movies on DVD with the kids and can now follow the TV series that I just used to watch on replays on the internet when I was in Cambodia.  

I'm juggling with my time now as I also attend to the entrepreneur side of me (lol).  My days would be more exciting and challenging as I also go back to where my passion is, teaching.  Needless to say, I've managed to master the art of multitasking and it has given me an opportunity to widen my horizons as I get to do lots of freelance works at the same time.  That is apart from managing my home and looking after my teen aged kids.  

I'm enjoying every bit of it.  :)


1 comment:

  1. Hope you are enjoying some of the new schedule you created. I haven't heard from you in a while and hope all is going well.
    Elizabeth

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