It's been two weeks since I started work at Aidea, and I'm actually liking it. :) The people are awesome, the place is nice and clean, and my workstation has a lovely view of the city! The environment is more fast-paced than what I was used to; Since my 1st week, I had 5 overtimes (including last Saturday), but funnily enough, I'm enjoying it. I like the thought of being part of a competitive group of people that aims to be the best. I'm also more productive, and content*. Maybe I'm really more for a corporate/office type of environment?
Anyhow, I've decided to follow a few resolutions for this semi-new phase in my life:
1. More doing, Less complaining.
It's okay to complain about stuff for a few times, but if it keeps on repeating, just do something to lessen or remove the source of irritation. For example: noisy officemate? plug in your earphones; Everybody goes through shit with their work, so just deal with it.
2. Exercise at least once a week (if there's an upcoming deadline), twice (if malayo pa).
I pretty much sit around the office the whole day, so I do my best to exercise on weekends. That, plus everyday 30 minute walks from my office to Fort bus terminal.
3. Eat meat only once a week, fruits only during merienda.
Sadly, I haven't done this the past 2 weeks. :( I just did my groceries though, so sana masimulan this week!
4. Socialize more.
Being the introverted person that I am, I tend to shy away when there are big groups of people, so I usually talk to 1 person at a time. Thankfully, my friend Val (who is the opposite of shy), also works at Aidea, kaya the new work transition phase is bearable. :)
5. Have a creative outlet.
I'm currently designing logos, and other graphic shiznit! Oh, and I changed my blog logo/header. I realized that the first one was too girly for me.
That's it. Hopefully, things will go smoothly from now on.
*content = only for this current phase in my life. :)
Saturday, July 14, 2012
Some stuff I did last June, for Philips Eco Challenge & Team building activities!
Eco Challenge Logo
Eco Challenge Tarp
Philips United Tarp
I've always been interested in doing graphics/ illustrations/ layout. In fact, I learned how to use Photoshop back in high school, when I saw my sister was using it for some of her advertising work. Back in college, I wasn't into it much, mainly because everybody else was doing it (and they were waaay better than me). I still like doing graphics though. It's a good break from all the architectural work I do.
So thank you Philips, for giving me the opportunity to work on this!