Apr 1, 2020

DAY 13 LOCKDOWN: DIY Vision Board

I can't stop worrying about my job. Today is the salary pay-out day. I kinda feel like I don't deserve the full salary because my productivity is really low. I feel like I didn't give my 100%, this is why I really hate working-from-home at such an early stage of my job in the new place. I feel like I still need a lot of training in terms of system, but at the same time, I can't complain because I'm experienced. WFH isn't the ideal situation for me at the moment, yet it is pointless for me to return to work since my colleagues are all WFH. Besides, I'm not in the best position while the economy is going down. My job security is hanging by a thread.

To get my mind off work, which seems not so positive at the moment, I made myself a vision board. You can try it too.

All you need is a cork board, wrapping paper, and stapler. It's also good to have scissors or pen knife to trime down the wrapping paper if it's too large. Simply wrap the wrapping paper around the cork board and the secure the back with stapler. When you're done, just pin up images of things you want or want to achieve.

In such bad times, where dreams are crushed and nothing seems progressing, it is good to manifest on what you desire. Hence the vision board (or mood board) does the job for keeping you focused. My vision board might seem trivial. I just want a Dior bag, to swim in deep-sea and to have my own art studio. It might seem like nothing, but it may take forever to achieve.

Today's stat: 2766 (43 deaths)
People I had contact with: Grandma, Kiki & Baby Papa
Places I've been to: Home

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