A few years ago I was living in the city working for a huge corporate company. I spent all my time working from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and some days even from 3 or 4 a.m. Each day I’d go to work, come home, eat, sleep and repeat. I was disillusioned; I had fooled myself into believing that I was content with my life. I was making twice as much money than before and had just bought my first car. It seemed that life was moving up for me. Which is fair considering back then my only aspiration was to make the big bucks and have all these fancy things that my heart so desperately desired. Nearly ten years into my career after holding various jobs working in workshops at retail IT stores (amongst many other jobs completely unrelated to my field of expertise) and gaining little to no valuable work experience I was finally in an environment where I’d be exposed to advanced Technologies that would be worthy of a mention on my resume.
The frequent flyer