Through my monotonous days at work I have found myself more connected to my emotions. The littlest pet peeve can throw off my whole day, the smallest annoyance can send me into an angry sulk, and a tiny hurt can bring me to tears. I wake up in certain moods and these drag throughout the entire day. Whilst my work is fulfilling, I seem to find myself zoning out and lost in my own world. With all my emotions at the surface I bring the thoughts upwards and outwards too. Thinking things through is not always a good thing. Right at this very moment I still do not know what I wanted to get across in this post. Various musings all pieced together have created this shambles of a blog post.

Onto another day.



Slowly making progress in the workplace is a very heart-warming feeling. I am encouraged by my team leader to work hard and to strive for more, and am rewarded with new tasks and individual projects.

Within the past few weeks I have been asked to train up a new start to the firm and this came as quite a surprise for me. As I associate as a relatively new start myself, I had never expected to be asked to pass on the torch to another. The experience has brought challenges along the way but has also brought forth new learning experiences. I thank God for the opportunity to help and guide others, and also appreciate the support and encouragements from my team leader and manager.


‘What you’re supposed to do when you don’t like a thing is change it. If you can’t change it, change the way you think about it. Don’t complain.’

Maya Angelou