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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

The Perks of Working Home-Based

So, I'm now working online, Home-Based. And I would say this is the best career path I have ever dreamed of having. You want to know why?

Here are the top reasons I love working home-based:

1. Transportation. I don't have to worry about it. I'm just a few steps away from my work station! LOL!

2. Flexible Time. I work nights which in my case is suitable for me. I can work quietly in the evenings. I have to juggle my time between work and my nephew and some obligations at home which I attend to during the day and some hours of the night. Thank, God I've been blessed with a helper who came in handy and has really been great with the household chores. :) 

3. Increased Productivity. Since I don't have to commute to go to work, I'm able to spend more time on more valuable things - family, Church and self-pampering. I also learned to manage my time well and in the near future, I'd be able to increase my work hours and might have more than one job. More work, more earnings! 

4. A Chance To Live A Healthy Life. I'm still a work in progress on this. It's only a month since I started working home-based and I am looking forward to be able to live a healthy life with proper exercise and diet. I want to prove to everyone that working home-based will not make me gain more weight! 

5. I Can Bring My Work Anywhere. That is true as long as there is internet connection! Although I would love to not work during my vacation but just in case I don't have any choice, I can bring work anywhere!  

6. Increase in Knowledge and Skills. I know I can earn this in the normal "work setup" but gaining knowledge in working  home-based is more challenging because sometimes, you can't rely on anyone but yourself and Google. Although your employer will be there to help you out, there will be tasks that are given to you that you have to work on by yourself. Most of the employers expect you to be knowledgeable in doing research. And by working home-based,  I was able to prove to myself that I can do things I was scared of doing when I was in the corporate world. 

7. I Learn To Have Self-Discipline. Working home-based is not all work. Since I also have to attend to obligations, I have to make sure I get enough sleep. This wasn't easy in the first few weeks. And like I said, I am still a work in progress but I'm getting there. When I'm able to manage my time really well, everything should follow - a healthy well-being and a happy and fun family life.

I know I have been saying this for a while now. But I never regret choosing this career path. Although there are some disadvantages about working home-based (which by the way I'll be telling you about on my next post), my experience with working at home so far has more pros than cons. And I am enjoying this career so far.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Going Back To My Music Soon!

I am caught between work, taking care of my household and my Church obligations. I really don't get enough sleep during the weekdays because of my busy schedule. I'm still trying to adjust on my current situation.

I haven't played music for a long time now. But once I'm settled and able to get around my schedule, I will definitely grab my guitar one of these days and play songs that I haven't played in a while and learn some new ones. 

And if I have more time in the weekends, I would love to visit my former band mates and jam with them. Oh, I love just thinking about being able to do what I'm passionate about. 

I still consider myself a musician even if I haven't been practicing music. I know I can always go back to it and be happy with my music once again!

Meet My Sponge Bob!

Meet my very own Sponge Bob! Lol!

My nephew, Brandon Zyl, lights up my life every time! I'm really glad I came home to take care of him. He takes my stress and worries away. 

Eating is what he loves doing. Although, I'm trying to put him on a diet. I'm not too strict, that the problem.

I just let him play the outdoors which by the way he loves to do as well.

And whenever I get upset with his wrong doing, I'd forget about it because he'd smile, say sorry and give me a bunch of hugs and kisses. Who wouldn't love a kid who's so sweet?

Saturday, July 4, 2015

I'm Now A Home-Based Worker

From being a call center agent to a banker and now I'm working home-based! What a career shift. Yet, I love everything about working online at the comforts of my home. No more hassle of commuting, no transportation expenses. And the best part about working at home is being able to work on my pajamas! I don't have to worry about what outfit to wear for work which by the way took time for me to do when I was with my previous jobs. I just love my career now! I also get to spend more time with my family. I am so blessed! :)

Meanwhile, I'd like to show you my current home-office:

I know what you all are thinking. It's barely a month and I badly need to improve my office space. I'm planning to purchase a comfortable swivel chair because that wooden chair definitely hurts my bottom since I sit for hours to work. I also need a power bank, a back up broadband connection, a back up laptop, Fulterer keyboard slides and perhaps another desk to add to my work space for my back up laptop.

There's still a lot of work to do for my home-office. But I'll also going to need money for me to purchase those office equipments. So I have to work harder.

I love my job and ever since I got employed to work home-based, I thought to myself why I wasted so much of my time in Manila. Well, everything happens for a reason. I am happy and really grateful to the One who never ceased to bless me.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Post Birthday Realizations

On my 32nd birthday, I did not intend not to celebrate it. I was sick so I decided to just stay home with Nanay and my Kuya. The rain, which we waited for days, poured that day - I considered it a blessing. Thank God for the rain I didn't have to make an effort to water the growing plants.

I was just sitting at home checking out greetings of friends and loved ones over at Facebook. I was touched as how many people cared to greet me on my special day. People whom I came across with on my 32 years of existence. Some of them, the special friends and relatives, made efforts of making collages of my photos with them and made me feel even more special when they expressed how our friendship meant to them. I'm glad that I somehow touched their lives the same way they did.

Here are some of the collages they uploaded on Facebook:

From Irene, with whom I have a sisterly bond...

From Lowela, a friend I met from my first job...

From will, my li'l bro at  work in Emerson...

Ate Nimfa, a family friend...
There is nothing more precious than being remembered by friends throughout the years on your most special day. I really appreciate the thoughts and well wishes.