Saturday, 20 September 2014
Stop Wishing. Start Doing.
Clear leopard printed spectacles - courtesy of Ripples by Jenny Eyewear
The passing time has only helped me realize how important it is to stop wishing for things to happen, most especially when one has no plans of actually making them happen. After all, an idea is only as good as the execution.
This is what I wore when I submitted my resumé to my top three hospitals, and a text message sealed my fate (and my choice) a few days later.
My first ever job interview was nerve-racking. And even now that I know I passed, I couldn’t and wouldn’t let myself become lax. I know it’s not very nice to put myself under all this stress so early into the program (#MissCompetitive) but hopefully I could prove that I have enough willingness in me to hopefully get a pass to the world of the officially employed.
I know a lot of my fellow young adults and recent graduates are sharing my feelings of nervousness and confusion, but know that you are not alone. We can do this, Batch 2014!
Photos by Chelsea Ajose