I love my job
I love my job. I love arts. I love the sense of surprise and amazing shock when a piece of art gets in touch with my heart, through my eyes. During latest years I felt the need to escape from my computer. Being kinda a creative nerd may have its own negative aspects and, most relevant, my physic and health were going to be seriously affected in a permanent irreversible way.
That’s why I started looking aroung, searching for new job opportunities and reasons to go out and exploring the “outside world”;
What I found is that I do truly love the outside world. I love the sound of nature, the sea, the city rumors, the kids playing in the park on a sunny day. I love everything around me.
Live more, share less
Staying in touch with the endless scenarios offered by this sole chance we have to travel this world, is for sure the most exciting experience we might do.
Now that I’m finally giving to myself the chance to live more “outside”, I can even appreciate more my life “inside”, at home, in those moments of pure nothing, when a few hours of relax, joint to good expresso and music, may become the most pleasant thing of the day.
At the same time I can even revaluate my job, which now appears as magnificient, because it makes me do what I like most, make me express myself without filters, giving me the chance to reach people on the other corner of the earth.
Making changes is no bad. It may give you two kind of responses: you may have the confirm that what you were doing wasn’t the right thing for you; or it may give you the chance to look with new eyes at your current life, revaluating it, giving it the proper good value. Maybe you needed to see how the “other possibility” was, before to understand how precious is what you have already.
That’s what happened to me. Now that I know that only designing for my scrappers makes me feel the happiest person, I’m no longer searching for new roads. I’m already where I should be. As I said, I love my job.