This photo was taken from my recent Ultimate Frisbee session at the beach. Me and the rest of the players were about to start the game when we saw those dark clouds coming to our way. Thinking positively, we stayed at the beach and started playing anyway. It never really rained and we ended up having a really good game.
I always believe that if we stay positive in the things we do, the dark clouds will go away and good things will happen. Of course, it doesn't always simply happen that way without some dedication and hard work. I kick started 2011 the way I wanted. Taking up new responsibilities, which means lots of work to do more than before. Last week I kinda overdid it and end up being diagnosed for over exhaustion. As I was telling others, I worked hard, played hard but hardly rested. Fell sick and had to take some strong medicines to knock me out at least for a day for some serious rest.
Now I am fully recovered but still with lots of work to do. After last week's experience, at least I have a better idea now on managing my time and health. Plus I got one major work done. Presenting...
... the February issue of Breeze magazine. It has been taking quite an amount of time but I'm proud to say this baby issue of mine is finally done with and will be available next Monday! I've been involved with Breeze for quite some time now. So some of you must be wondering why do I call the February issue a baby issue. Well, a new management took over end of last year and after some ups and downs, I got my shot at becoming more involved with the layout and content to produce a better issue. Hope you all get a copy and love it. *fingers crossed* Any comments is most welcome as I aim to produce better issues to keep readers happy.
Off to bed now and when I wake up, it will be another jam packed day. Hmm... Thinking of watching The Green Hornet after dinner.
Good night people.