Sundays Where Made For Reading!

Alas, the day of rest has returned yet again. While I’m not doing much resting, I can definitely take a few minutes to read- something I like to call my Sunday philosophy.

I recently quit my job in order to aggressively focus on my last year of college. I have been working since the age of 16 (with few breaks) so I decided to give myself the flexibility and time I needed to really dive into my studies and sharpen my skills in the field of communication in ways that I have never been able to do before. Since quitting my job, strangely my life became busier. I was joining student organizations, developing my thought on my studies in much more detail, working on projects… Though I was planning nearly every second of the day, and desperately crunching for time, i’ve never felt this close to my true self. There is a difference between working 40 hours in a job that you are not passionate for, and endlessly working on something you are passionate for for little pay or for possible for free. There are definitely positive and negative aspects from both sides, however increased happiness only seems when there is a significant amount of passion involved. For me, at least. I still have a long road to pave, and you can bet that I will do everything I can to maintain an element of passion as I break into the world as a college grad. Life can move fast, and i’ve to be fully prepared to jump into anything life throws at me. I enjoy a break here and there. It’s so important to feel rested and refreshed. For me, a good read and a chill vibe can work wonders. 


Happy Resting!

Ana Cecilia

Ana Cecilia is a beauty and lifestyle writer and editor. A Bay Area native, recent college grad, and a serial wanderluster! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up with a good book, sipping on a cup of tea, crafting, running like crazy, or planning her next trip.

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