My third week of not working
Wow. I can’t believe I’m already into week three since I quit my job. It’s hard to work out what I have actually done with the time.
I don’t know about everyone else, but I’m one of those people who when they’re working/studying can’t find time to do anything. Then as soon as that main use of time is removed, all the the things I wanted to do but previously didn’t have time for, well, I no longer have the desire to do any of those things.
I hope I was just being a little hard on myself. I needed some time to just destress, and maybe the way I jumped straight into a job search (and actually started a job the first Friday, which I did the following Monday and Wednesday) and also attended three interviews, wasn’t the best idea. I was offered all the jobs but none of them were what I wanted.
Instead I’m going to head back to New Zealand! For a break, as I will be coming back after about a month to definitely get a part-time position. So now after paying way too much to change my teaching E2 visa to a job seeking D10 visa, the only thing I have to do is decide when I’m going and book flights.
So at the moment I’m jobless, just after Jun got a job that he actually seems to be sticking with. I thought it would be nice, but honestly it’s just so boring and lonely. I also feel terrible if I stay in as I’m living with Jun’s mum and I don’t want her to think I just do nothing all day!
I’m hoping to decide on some flights by the end of tomorrow, and then make some plans for however many days I have left before I leave! I had already booked to go to the Jinhae cherry blossom festival on April 5th, but I might end up having to miss it as I have no idea what I could do to fill my time from now until then.