I worked in corporate sector for almost 2.9 years. And I had a good start with few best friends made here for lifelong. In start I was so enthusiastic about my work but slowly saturation phase hit me hard and I plunged to explore more of it. But couldn’t.
On weekends I was mostly out shopping partying with friends. As usual I hated Monday’s mostly. The unusual shifts started interfering with my biological clock and I found myself getting sick lots of times. My body tried adapting to it but mostly I was tired.
I knew either I have to grow in this field or find something different to fulfill my creativity cravings. Because deeper it had politics hard to deal with. Already the seniors had positions covered with nepotism.
And as much I worked hard nothing would push me to higher positions. I realized I have to find first something which could give me normal shifts because opposite shift similar to Americans were disturbing my biological metamorphosis. I had to quit and after 2.9 years I resigned. And I concentrated fully on my writing.
In between I wrote and published a poetry book. I married love of my life. I explored so many places with my love. We traveled a lot. In between I continued updating my blogs, searching for a day job to cover my expenses. Soon I am joining as a professor. One of my favorite things in the world. To teach kids.
I struggled lot in life. Had I listened to my parent’s words I would have gained sanity and stability in life much earlier. But as someone has rightly said we learn by our experiences and not our parents. I learnt after experimenting so many things ,what is good for me. And I am continuously improving myself with time.
P.S. Writer is not criticizing private sector job. She is just sharing her experiences. Everyone is free to choose a career of their choice.
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