As the month is coming to an end, I used the opportunity to take Friday off, as I thought I could get some well-deserved rest. Overtime after overtime has kept me busy, but I can't deny that learning more about my neighbours with each passing day has made living in a cubicle quite interesting. Time flies while staring around me, trying to figure out who will do what when. It certainly makes what could be a dull business life rather enjoyable, even if I sometimes wonder if someone is staring at me as well. I mean, just think about it? I spend some of my time just observing the people around me, so what would keep others from doing the exact same thing? Maybe I am a weirdo who stares too much? Stay away from cubicle #52432434, that guy just creepily looks at you and then writes it down. Maybe he is keeping a list of all the people so he can exploit them! BEWARE!
I cannot deny my childish wonder, always something that kept me moving forward in college. Learning was something I always considered to be a lot of fun, as it allows you to grow as a person, and get to know much more about the world around you. The problem is less with what you are learning, but rather with a system that seems to be fighting you every step of the way. You can spend time studying every little thing, but if you just so happen not to memorise a specific part that shows up at the exam, well, you are screwed. I guess most of us have experienced that kind of feeling at some point in their life, even at work. You take care of so many different things, but that one specific thing that got delayed will be the end of you.