I've developed quite the knack, focus and discipline for my geek inclinations lately even if it's a solitary achievement on my part. Doing the things I love the most is still a productive venture. Besides, I got a steady and stable income working at the tutorial center so I can balance my time working as an English teacher and writing sensible reviews. I'm paying my bills independently and my monthly quota for insurance which is money and security I am saving for future use (hopefully for my PhD studies). In fact, using last week's salary, I just bought new brassiers, undies and home clothes AFTER FIVE YEARS. Now I'm planning on replacing all the old and ugly furnitures in my room by the time Christmas rolls around. Our house and lot has been paid for since three years ago and it's strategically located to avoid any terrible floods due to the country's monsoons. I don't have to live anywhere else or worry about moving unless for temporary purposes. In a nutshell, life has been good to me . I have found the perfect balance between work and play. I'm happily single with quality frienships to keep me company. I'm at the point in my life where I have no need or plans to pursue any kind of romantic relationship because I've truly set my goal to settle down ONLY WHEN I'M IN MY MID-THIRTIES, and I'm getting ready to go back to school and get another degree, preferrably in Literature before I can start with masterals. Still, I do miss SEX--with either genders, honestly, but I'm simply too preoccupied with myself to even bother to socialize in the interest of getting laid. My gratifications come elsewhere less sordid now.
I'm twenty-four years old and free to do whatever I want as long as I do things responsibly and with great passion. I have no heavy baggage to carry or a deadline to chase at or rush for. I have so many possibilities ahead of me and for now I'm just chilling, making small yet steady decisions every step of the way, guided by a supportive system of family and friends, and by my sheer tenacity to find and create extraordinary things out of the most mundane.
Listening to: "Centuries" by Fall Out Boy