The others who are in probation like I am are transferring in our college to graduate, no offense, but I don't want to do that.
I don't want my bosses to be my professors. Seriously, who wants that?
How can I openly write my paper and express my opinion base on my job if that includes scrutinizing and emphasizing their incompetencies and then presenting it to the whole class, people I'm working with, and my professor, my boss. I'm already feeling suffocated for working twelve hours, four times a week for the past three years of my life. I don't want to spend another day with them.
o answer the essay, we need to solve the problem first because that will be the basis of our opinion. I didn't have difficulty solving for the problems but the essays were the worst. Well, everybody's got their own weaknesses and essay writing happens to be mine. It took me more time to organize and finalize my thoughts than actually solving it.
I had a lot for lunch but I didn't appreciate how it tasted. It's like my plate was suddenly empty and I don't know where the food went.
In the afternoon, we had Marketing Management. Up until the exam, I was confident because I finished studying it. Before the exam was distributed, the proctor mentioned that there were only four questions. So I asked how many pages? I was hoping it was a company case analysis hence the number of questions, but NO. It was mostly identification and one very short case analysis that only focused on pricing model. I studied twenty-two chapters but the first question is not on the reference text and the other is close to becoming a footnote which I didn't bother memorizing. Yeah, that part I really regret.
We all felt hungry after the exam and decided to eat before going home. Me and my friends ended the day with pasta, coffee, cake and a lot of chatting and drama.
We still have two more subjects left to take this Saturday and I'm hoping I could do better to make up for my loss in Marketing. I'll update soon.
The trip took about 4 hours from Olongapo through SCTEx and TPLEx. We paid toll fees from Olongapo as follows (one way):
(SCTEx) Tipo Entrance: P22
From (SCTEx) Tipo to TPLEx Entrance: P294
To TPLEx Exit: P235
We stayed at Dongae for almost two hours just bonding over samgyeopsal and talking about what we we're upto the past year and a few plans ahead.
The rest of the conversation were pretty casual and sometimes nonsense but I guess that's what talking with old friends should be like. Random, nonsensical and nothing in common but fun.
Here's a link to my post about my experience with Dongae. Don't hesitate to visit while you're here in Olongapo.
In an article, I read that an average cosmo girl earns P20,000 monthly gross. Thinking about it, I earn way more than that net of all deductions in a small city at the north side of the country without a heavy financial responsibility for over five years. On the same day, I checked my bank balance and realized I'm actually twenty grand short for that minimum amount of personal savings plus I have a loan I made out for the house renovation. Technically, my net worth is negative.
Taal Lake is Tagaytay City's pride. It was a long ride from the city proper though. We do have a private vehicle but if you want to visit and there are people assisting tourists to go there. We happen to find a guide one while asking a police officer. They don't really have a uniform but they can show you an identification card.
It was quite a ride since the road is steep. After about 30 minutes ride from the city we arrived at a small resort. Before we even pay for anything, Another guide explained to us the area, how to reach the crater and the fees that we have to pay for.
The tourist guides are prepared with a tarpaulin showing the area and a price list they used to explain. You can pay everything before leaving which totaled to P1,300 since there's only 5 of us in the group (6 max per group for group fees).
One thing I look forward to when I travel in general is the room I'm going to sleep in. I may only be using it for roughly 10 hours a day at most but I have to sleep comfortably to be able to recharge for a long day ahead.
On my recent business trip to Tagaytay, I was suppose to stay at Taal Vista but, as you know, I had to leave and move to a different hotel later that day. But before the transfer, I was able to get the key card, see the room and spend some time there on my own.
Taal Vista is an English tudor mansion style hotel in Tagaytay with a really beautiful view overlooking Taal Lake. It's one ride from Robinsons Mall and right in front of the hotel is the Casino and McDonalds.
It wasn't a formal complaint though but it was the first news that reached me in the morning and honestly it was annoying.
The schedule was made three weeks ago and there were no complaints when I sent them home early and gave them a free day. No other remarks nor appeal to change it too then suddenly, someone stabbed me in the back.
That's additional 12 hours a week plus the fact that it's a new subject to me so I have to review for it. It's taking so much of my time than I expected. I just hope I'm not doing badly.
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