Hey guys! I hope you all are doing great.
It’s not often that I bore you with the details of my life, so if I am doing that now, you better pay attention. I have some news to tell you.
First let’s start with the good. I got myself a job. Yay! I had been looking for one since about a month. And after few interviews and negotiations, I finally got one. So this is the good part.
Now about the bad part.
Even though the job is part-time, I will be devoting a lot of time to commuting. And when I say a lot, it deciphers into 4-5 hours. Yes, I will be commuting for 4-5 hours daily apart from the job hours. Why am I telling you this? Because my hectic schedule will leave me with very less time for reading and even lesser time for reviewing and blog posting. 😦
Now before you get all sad, I am not going anywhere, the blog is still going to be here and I will be reviewing. But the frequency will go down by a lot. I will try to review at least 2 books each week if not more. But well, the time will tell the reality. If need be, I may be on the lookout for a guest blogger in the near future.
In the two days that I have worked so far, I have discovered that I am dead tired by the time I return home. And though I earlier thought the commuting hours will give me more hours to read, it’s not working like that. While going to work, I manage to read for atleast 1.5 hours amidst all the chaos but on my way back, my eyes are too strained to read and I don’t even feel like listening to an audio book. Also, most of my review books are on my laptop and I don’t have an e-reader, so the review requests I am taking will also reduce considerably.
Which brings me to the good part. Yes, I believe in happy endings and my favorite quote is that ‘whatever happens, happens for the best’. I am looking at it this way. The more I work, the sooner I will be able to afford a Kindle and that will lead to more reading than I do on my laptop. So yay!
Alright, that’s it from me. If you are still reading, thank you for your time and for being there for me and my blog. I hope you will continue to give me the support you have so far provided. With that, I am out.