In life, we meet a bunch of people. Some of them we meet directly through our efforts and some just came into our lives out of nowhere and unexpectedly. It is up to us if we are going to let them stay in our lives or let them go. The thing is, not everyone can stay in your life not because they are bad people … Continue reading On Burning Bridges
Some say that dreaming and dreams are free and that should be enough to reach it. My parents, mentors and friends have actually said the same. Of course I also did. But when I became independent and started deciding for my life, I have never looked back at dreaming the way I did when I was young. For those of you who are new to … Continue reading At what cost?
I got tested for the virus last week. Thank God it’s negative! But as I’ve told my hubby, we should still stay cautious and careful. The reasons why I got tested is first, my hubby have been abroad two weeks before the lock down and community quarantine and after his trip he developed some flu like symptoms. And then the other reason is that I’m … Continue reading The Negativity We Need these Days
I’m officialy back to school after the maternity leave and the extended leave. I must say that it’s so good to be back despite the fact that I’m not joining my batchmates anymore because I’m a year delayed. I miss them though. Continue reading Back to Campus Bergen
Last Friday, I had an exam in drug dosage calculation and I can say that it’s the most demanding and stressfull exam this semester because we can’t have any mistakes. I understand why the program requires us to master and to feel secure in our math because lives are at stake when we start working in the hospital. Just a single wrong unit or any … Continue reading No Room for Error
Before, I thought that the main purpose of getting a degree or education is to earn lots of money and get rich. I also thought that once I see more digits pouring into my bank account, I’d be happier and satisfied. I was wrong. Life is indeed more than money. I’m not saying that I don’t need money though. My point is that once you … Continue reading One of Life’s Lesson
After 9 months of nonstop job hunting, I finally got a full time job here in Bergen. I’m going to combine this new job with my current job in the health sector as an (On-Call) assistant. 🙂 Continue reading Announcement
Just when I was about to leave, she asked me to stay for a couple of minutes. I stayed and listened to what she has to say. I thought that she was going to ask me move her plants from the window but no. She wants me to know what is going on in her mind. So I told her that she can tell me … Continue reading The Circle of Life
My life had been a roller coaster ride during the first two months this year. I felt hopeless, insecure and unsure about my future and career as the unemployment rate increases. However, I did not give up. I searched for jobs and have been an active volunteer near my place. I also talked to my friends and acquaintances regarding my situation and it helped me … Continue reading Knock, Knock!