5 MORE Major Life Changes After A Year of Working


For the past year, you may have noticed a significant drop in blog posts about my personal life. Heck I don't even write about the stupid things I used to do last time. Some of you have attributed it to "he's growing up" and "he's finally decided to be a matured adult", but I can tell you that none of that is true. Yes, I've been working for the past year, and it's been a roller-coaster journey of learning new things and trying to keep up with all that information and not falling flat on my face.

Yeah, maybe I did mature a bit in the past year or so. 

Last year, I wrote about the 6 major life changes I experienced after getting my ass off the sofa and entering the working world. Here are the 5 MORE major life changes I have experienced one year after I started working. 

#5 My sleeping pattern is messed up

Before I started working, my sleeping pattern was largely dependent on a little thing called "whenever I feel like it". I would tumble into bed at 7am and wake up not too long before dinner, because things like "logic" and "responsibilities" weren't all that important. After much regulation at the beginning of my career life, my sleeping pattern was finally regulated to human levels. After a year of working, that has now changed. I'm back to late nights, with a dose of early mornings. As a result, I have these deep-set eyes that don't seem to get me any ladies.

#4 I'm no longer dependent on caffeine

When I first started working, I needed copious amounts of caffeine to function in the mornings. In fact, I was the sole cause of the 23 August Coffee Machine Breakdown, which caused much wailing and gnashing of teeth among my colleagues. But as time went on, I began to wean off all caffeine, and instead threw myself down a path of snacking. I am rarely seen in office without something in my hand, or in my mouth.
#3 Traffic jams is my new thinking seat

I am a thinker; I tend to go into these long-drawn thoughts about the meaning of life and whatnot. In the past, I used the toilet as my thinking seat, a place where I could churn out my ideas by the dozens and dump (sorry I couldn't resist) the weirdest posts upon the world. Now, I sit and simmer in the traffic jams and reevaluate the reason I'm stuck in a traffic jam.

#2 Major responsibilities and decisions

Being an adult, I have to make a lot of decisions and to take responsibility for each and every decision made. That's why I have to man up and choose a place for lunch every single day. It's harder than you think, because with great appetite, comes greater responsibility. Sometimes, when I'm particularly lazy, I get on this website, which I will strongly recommend to all of you who have problems choosing a place to eat: http://wtfsigte.com/
#1 Having a work-life-play balance isn't really working out

I try my best to have an active life, while also trying to meet up with my friends as much as possible, and also to complete the latest Batman game I have on my PS3. This is in addition to the usual working hours I have from Monday to Friday. Since I began working, I realized that a mere 24 hours isn't enough for me to be able to do everything I want to do. So naturally, sacrifices have to be made here and there. Like who needs friends when you're beating the Joker's face senseless? I mean, c'mon, I am the freaking Batman.

Yadda yadda, BECAUSE I'M BATMAN!

Okay, maybe not THAT matured yet.


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