Why Move in the Sandpit?

It's been more than one year since I moved to the middle east. In case people may (still) wonder why I decided to leave my steady job back home and choose the job I have now, I have one simple answer - TRAVEL.

Back in the Philippines, I used to have an 8-5 job, meeting different kinds of people, interviewing them and evaluating if they perfectly fit the job description given by our clients. It was fun and exciting (yet challenging) to be a recruiter but I felt like something was missing. For so many years, I felt the urge to travel not just within the Philippines but to the whole wide world of course. Who wouldn't want to travel though?

I always believe that there would always be a pursuit of learning when you travel.  Going to a foreign place was more than just earning one stamp at a time (but this do not apply to us since not all countries stamp our passports when at work). We learn other nationalities' way of life when we go abroad. We keep on discovering and experiencing new things over and over.

I never thought I could go to other places aside from the ones I wrote on my "bucketlist" and my current job gave me those free tickets to wander around the globe.


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  1. Krizia Leones, on May 16, 2015 at 4:36 PM said:

    hi joanne :) just wanna ask if you're an fa or csa.. gsto ko sna mag apply sa pareho hehe:) hope u can give tips on your blog if u have time:) Godbless:)

  2. Krizia Leones, on May 16, 2015 at 4:36 PM said:

    hi joanne :) just wanna ask if you're an fa or csa.. gsto ko sna mag apply sa pareho hehe:) hope u can give tips on your blog if u have time:) Godbless:)

  3. Krizia Leones, on May 16, 2015 at 4:36 PM said:

    hi joanne :) just wanna ask if you're an fa or csa.. gsto ko sna mag apply sa pareho hehe:) hope u can give tips on your blog if u have time:) Godbless:)

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