This week has been an awesome week.
Because I did not have to work. Lol. I had to go for a compulsory induction course at Melaka. The place we stayed at sucked and the food was horrible. But I was happy because I went with friends and even got the chance to see my UKM friends whom I have not met for over a year.
Many pharmacists received posting in Sabah and Sarawak. So it got me thinking. Although I really dislike my current job at Methadone pharmacy, I am glad that I get to remain at KL, at least for another year.
A conversation that I had with my friend a few days ago made me reflect a lot on my current job. To be happy in your work, I feel like one should have some sort of job satisfaction, to feel like the work means something, something significant. However, right now I feel hollow. I feel like my job is a burden and that it feels meaningless.
Should I leave my job when my compulsory service is over? Then where do I go from there? Industrial? Retail? Sales? None of them feels interesting enough for me. Should I further my studies? Although I am not really the studying type.
Am I being too complacent with my life that I am not challenging myself enough? I don't want to be in a comfort zone and just be content with whatever that life throws at me. But what does it mean when I cannot even decide what I want to do with the rest of my life?
Is it just me having this dilemma? So many questions and yet I can find no satisfactory answer :(