Have you ever been in a situation where you're so worried about something and constantly cringing on your brains and working out all possible negative outcomes one by one? thinking how your life would fall apart eventually and you wouldn't know how to deal with what's to come?
That's exactly what happened to me up in the air while I was on my flight back to Kuching about two weeks ago. I so worried about finding find a job in Kuching once I get back and how would I survive the month in securing a job while at the same time hanging out and catching up with my hometown friends. During the whole flight, I was so stressed out I couldn't even sleep in the plane as my mind goes bonkers over-thinking everything.
Once I landed in Kuching, like the notorious nature of me in disobeying regulations, I switched on my phone to check whether I have any messages or missed calls while I was still inside the plane, read them, then I held on to my phone while waiting for the hatch door of the plane to open and the passengers to start moving. In less than a minute, I got a call from a familiar local number, so I answered it. Turns out I got a call from a company which I interviewed roughly a month ago and then BAM! I got a job!!
where it all happened
just so you know, everything happened while I was still in the plane and I haven't even had the chance to step foot on Kuching soil! be it fate or coincidence, I don't care because I got a job! everything just felt right and I just smiled after I hung up the phone. For once, in that moment of splendid twisted fate, I was relieved and happy.
and now, it's my 2nd week at work now and everything has changed from my uni days, and fate has turned the final page of that chapter into a new chapter of my life. It's been a tough and challenging one, guess I've got to step up into the working environment, out of my comfort zone and start making big decisions for myself now.
I didn't even know they provide name cards for employees
All the best to all my buddies who's transitioned from their uni days into the working world! Looking forward to all our convocation day :)
p/s: this goes out to you too Ken although you're way past convocation...