Photo by Ravi Roshan on Unsplash



A note to myself 🔖

It’s been more than two months; I don’t have a track of things I have done. I didn’t get a chance to take a pause and think about the events happening in my life. A few significant alterations occurred in my life. I switched jobs, getting into an argument with the manager of my last organization due to my resignation; after five years, I’m moving out of Delhi permanently and shifting to Gurgaon; A new company, new culture; New challenges at work and a lot more.

Before all this happened, I commenced a mission for self freedom. Though I was well aware of the fact that it’s going to be real tough, now I have experienced it as well. The daily routine I have planned for doesn’t seem to be working out properly. Not even a single thing I have scheduled.

I haven’t penned a single post since then, and not even got a chance to read a book. I feel like sudden changes in life impacts everything, no matter how good that change might be. In my last organization, I was very frustrated with the work timings; late-night codes and unnecessary and frustrating pressure from my manager. And now, suddenly everything is perfect. The proper 9 to 5 work timing, relaxing weekends & holidays and a good salary. Sounds perfect? Yes. But it took me around 10–12 days to accept the change.

After so long, I got a generous amount of time to think about the events, analyze and express my thoughts into words. Everything has started to fall in place now. I know, it’s going to be another couple of weeks for me to follow the routine I have decided and continue the journey towards freedom. To follow a schedule and make it a habit, it takes time and needs a kick start. I have got the start and will soon make everything work as planned. For me its just like a new beginning; a fresh start.

Note: In my upcoming posts, I’ll share with you about my new company and about an exciting project I’m working.

“Life is so unpredictable. Be grateful for every moment.”

Photo by Ravi Roshan on Unsplash



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Rajesh Mishra

Rajesh Mishra


A coder by profession, sharing life experiences with the Words. Learning more about Productivity, Habits, Decision Making and ambitious towards self freedom.