Life is short indeed. Appreciating most of our life is very important. I learn through the hard way that I too need work-life balance.
Gone through chaotic time with having a job turnover and getting my life begin again. It is definitely not the most desirable way of getting out of one chapter of life into another. Getting thrown out as soon as I gave in a notice and wonder if really matters that I strive hard for such management? And the answer is not with me. I learned through such experience that I am a food scientist and my priority.
I see life as a long run thing. As far as I can recall business accounting principle talks about the assumption of the longevity of a business- forgot the exact term! Life is based on a long-run business that we run based on what we thinks it is right.
I strive hard for every job that I had regardless if it is marketing or food science related. I want to bring products that people would appreciate and felt safe eating them. I want to provide a worry-free experience. It is harder to do than just saying them in words.
Something tied me to all my job- interest and passion that made me want to give more than what I could ever earn.People are sensitive towards other's thing in doing the extra. I simply want nothing but to devote time with things I love. There are things that I do without earning $$ value and I believe there are friends and colleague that would support my facts here.
I simply love what I learned in university and making use of them as I proceed in life. It is an investment that I have made for my life. I don't want to spend my time at university and ended up, doing things that could be worse than a high school graduate. It is a quality work that I produce and appreciate on my own.
Just reaching into a month time, projects are all around my table. Projects are chasing over me. I need better time management and until I am able to do that, taking extra time to catch up and getting ahead of things are probably my best option. Answering the question of " What else can you do?"
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, she explores how food products are created, marketed, and distributed toward an end users. Blogging about food became a must when she encounters interesting ideas about food products. She seeks for ideas and opportunities to work together.