I have done something crazy this morning – writing to my future me. I express all my angers and disappointment at the moment in this letter and I hope that my future me in 3 years later, receiving this email, will just smile at this crazy 21-year-old girl.
Life after graduating should be considered the toughest one that ones have experienced since the day he or she was born.
Too much for failure. Too much for disappointment. What should I do after failing in 2 final interviews (and may be 4 final interviews for my most important targets at the moment). Well, I know I cannot stay here and feel like things being devastated. I have to stand up after falling and being better me. It is always easy to say such kind of words. It is true, I can’t deny, but it is always tough to face it.
I am just afraid that I can’t stand this way anymore.
I have tried calming down but it does not work.
I have tried getting out of social network where my fellow fresh graduates keep complaining about their future but what I am doing now?
I am not complaining but I just try writing down anything topping up my mind.
A note from a successful friend on Facebook. I think he is right, however, if he stays in my shoes, I do not think that he is calm enough to write down this note.
“Get out, get out of my head. I am on the wrong side of a parallel universe.” (Crash world, Hillary Duff)
What I really want now? A phone call from the recruiter for a full-time offer or at least kinds of thank you letter? It does not take such long time for you to make decision, doesn’t it? PwC, GE? Please be nice to me, June!
P/S: And I got update from kiemtoan.vn forum: Final result of PwC has been announed and I am waiting for a thank you letter. It is kind of better to hear about it. Should I get out office right now, heading somewhere to feel better?