After working in workforce development for the past 6 years with government contracted non profits, I have finally made it to what I considered the next level and am achieving one of my long time career goals.
Today is the first day of what I hope to be a long and prosperous journey working with the City of LA.
Needless to say I am beyond happy.
The best way to handle tiredness is to take a proper rest. That is what I have been told in my whole life. That is what I always believe. Yet there are always exceptions that legitimate me violating what I believe.
If you follow my posts, you know that in the previous two days I was in #Gent to spend my long weekend. It was a super fun journey although I consider it as one of my most tiring trips. The reason is there was a strike of public transportation that significantly reduced the number of busses and trams that operated. I had to walk literally all streets in the old town as well as several ones outside the city. During walking I brought several lenses that burdened me a lot.
The fun that came with the tiredness made me reluctant to have a decent resting time after exploring the city. In the last two nights I always talked to my friend until almost early morning while I woke up very early. I slept only 3-4 hours while I always walked for 10-12 hours each day. Now I am experiencing the result of it after I come back home today. I am completely exhausted. However, if a magical thing would suddenly bring me to Gent, I think I would still be able to walk 10-12 hours a day. I love Gent, and love can drive one to do something more than what he/she can do.