Yesterday was a hectic day for me. First thing I was presented with when I woke up are things I needed to do.
- Call Ashley (my former colleague during my fastfood days) and encourage her to apply to the company I’m affiliated with. She still has issues with interviews.
- Talk to HR about a wavemate who wants to go back to work and wants to know the process for rehires, since I couldn’t refer him.
- Talk to Wena and rebook her flight at an earlier time so she can join us for tonight’s trip to Surigao. I don’t know how many times I called Cebu Pacific (who were always busy).
- Do some TL reviews in advance since I won’t be at work the whole of next week.
- Since it’s the week ending, I had to do some site feedback for the center I was currently assigned.
- As I was about to proceed to work, the lending company where I borrowed money said that my payroll card was eaten by the machine. Sheesh. To think that this is supposed to be my last day of paying them and I could finally see my card after more than a year. Lastly,
- Buy a ticket to Siargao.
Fast track to Now:
I was able to call some people and get things done. Wena’s flight was rebooked, after a long process. Still haven’t talked to HR. I was able to finish my reports. As for the last two, I couldn’t work on my atm card, it will have to be the week after my leave. Good thing there’s internet banking; I can just transfer my funds. Now, I’m off to the ticketing office and hope that my bunk’s going to be near my travelmates who’ve already purchased in advance.
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