Dreaming of a corner office and a nice view of the skyline? CEO Suite has you covered

When I was younger, I learned to equate success with having a corner office that came with a nice view of the sky line and with a team of people to help out with the nitty-gritty. For me then -- this means continuous employment, clocking at least 15 years or more  in order to finally … Continue reading Dreaming of a corner office and a nice view of the skyline? CEO Suite has you covered

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Creativity and the search for the familiar feels

Image from Buzzfeed After working for ten years in corporate, I can feel that my creativity level has greatly diminished. I used to find inspiration in everything. But now, writing and trying to create something is like pulling teeth. I have written about wanting to go back to writing in so many posts in this … Continue reading Creativity and the search for the familiar feels

Vacation’s over. Now back to the grind!

Well, there's really no way to go about it. It's back to reality after more than two weeks galivating and doing nothing. It's time again to face the dreaded project plans, events, pending departmental budgets and all the other stressful things in between. While it is indeed tempting to bitch about work, we must consider … Continue reading Vacation’s over. Now back to the grind!

Earning Online

Earning money is tough, especially in the Philippines where you have to work your asses off just to live comfortably. Aside from my full-time job, I started writing bits and pieces online to earn a few additional bucks. Early this year, I attended a seminar and one of the spokespersons mentioned about 'eLance" -- which … Continue reading Earning Online

Hustling

While I would like to make myself believe that I have enough money to fund the stupid things I usually get into -- I really don't. I maybe working from 9 to 7PM, and with responsibilities that can kill an overgrown elephant -- but if you would care to look at the status of my … Continue reading Hustling

…the five co-workers you will meet in hell

Ah, here we go again and my favorite topic. Work and how it inspires me (*sarcasm*) these past few days. I really shouldn't compare really -- when the latest unemployment figures released by my country's Labor Department is not exactly conducive for anti-social people like me. The more I grow tired of my routine, the … Continue reading …the five co-workers you will meet in hell