Turning The Wheel

I went to my previous organization on Halloween. Although I have moved on in terms of employment, somehow it still feels like home. Now that I look back, I feel that joining my previous organization was the best decision of my life. I made myself 2 years worth of memories and gathered all the happiness I ever could. When I returned home, I had mixed emotions. So much so that I wished could take them out and keep them somewhere. Currently, I am dealing with change. It is a little daunting to be honest, however, I’m up for the challenge. A host of things have changed in the past one month. My surroundings, schedule, machine, travel route and means, tasks, and people I interact with. It’ll take me a while before I can sink comfortably in. Like in any decision, there is a trade-off in this one. Only time will tell if my Return On Investment is high. All I can do is bid my time.

In one of my previous posts I mentioned I’d like to write more and I’ve taken up a challenge to do that. I’m participating in NaNoWriMo. So, most of my writing will, hopefully, happen there this month. Although, I admit I don’t have a story nor do I have a plot, I just want to write. Only write anything that comes to mind. I’m taking this as an opportunity to write 50,000 words or less and push myself. I’m looking at it like scrubbing all those words out of my system that haven’t come out yet. It’s like polishing my skill for me. I don’t expect a novel out of this. I expect to be exhausted and, therefore, satisfied.

I can foresee this month as one of change. I’m hoping that I can shed old skin and don a new one while being the same on the inside.

Like they say, to get something you’ve never had you’ve to do something you’ve never done.

I’ve written 1399 words as of now for NaNoWriMo and I hope to catch up with the day’s target soon.

Good luck to me!

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