Most probably because of the USA stint for 2 months makes me yearn for more things to do rather than work and staying at home. It's been almost a month and so far I've been going home quite early(and to work very early) to avoid the traffic and getting things done.
The best part, I spend more time outside of work to do the things that I enjoy to do. Not to say that I am just as active when I was in US but at least I'm catching up with my life. At moderate level. But... before things are getting a little wee bit comfortable, i was approached by my supervisor regarding to what the management's comments and expectations. I guess, that's how things are when you are sent to overseas... the company expects me to perform and develop some high tech projects to increase productivity and yield. To be honest, I am scared. I don't feel that PREPARED or that GOOD in comparison to the other colleagues. Geez, I don't know.
I had a long thought about this matter...
One, I'm not going to sacrifice my health for nothing just like what happen on my first 8 months.
Two, I'm going to do things more efficiently and productively(by not panicking, haha).
Three, whatever work or important matters needs to be done... I'll go home by 5 pm and have my 2 days off(without bringing home any work).
Well, i feel slightly happier compare when i first started. I even felt like I wanted to gang up with some friends to have a tour in or out of town.