I believe it has been two months since my last post, and I think it’s probably time I posted an update. Currently, I’d like to share to all of my readers that, I am alive and well. I’ve had myself tested twice for #Covid19 through #RapidTest and has tested #Negative on both occasion.
But, that will be shared on another post. Today’s post will be all about the Labor Struggle I had to go through just to get back to my day job. Now, the building where my company resides closed last July 3. Leaving me for almost a whole month on a “No Work. No Pay” status.
It was a nightmare. I couldn’t begin to imagine what to do next– but in the end, I found a way to calm myself down.
Thankfully, after awhile– Tonight, I’ll be able to get back to work. But, if there is one thing that I have realize during the whole month of JULY is that I cannot afford to lose my job.
I’ve realized that every minute of my time and penny counts. I’m eternally grateful to the friends who’ve stuck with me throughout these troubling times. My hope is that come in August we get to see better updates and more of us survive this crazy world we currently call our New Normal.
Now– I’m not sure how is life from where you are from. But, I want you to know I’m here if you need someone to talk to.
Don’t hesitate to send me a message or leave me a comment about what’s going on inside your mind. If there’s anything I can do– even though its only a tiny gesture of kindness. I’ll be there.
I know this doesn’t tell you much, so allow me to share a few insights. What is more painful than being stagnant during the #Covid19 #GlobalPandemic is not knowing if you were safe all this time or if you’ve got a job to go back to. So, if you’re currently going through something similar. Don’t ever take it lightly.
Talk to someone.
Find an outlet.