Japanese fiscal or school year begins from April to the end of March. So, basically, Japanese people are busy on this Spring season. Plus, this season is infamous for a pollen allergy. The creativity would be decreased by 20% due to the national disease. In short, Japanese somehow don’t like this season. The accumulated stress of this month sometimes is expressed as a freshman hypochondria. We call it as May Disease. Keep flooring your gas pedal from the beginning is a bit risky for a year.
Anyhow, I became 28 years of age. 5 years has passed since I started working. A famous music producer once said like you don’t have to quit your job until 3 years passed because you can’t understand anything about your job before that time. I like the advice. And 4 years has already passed. Now I can quit anytime I guess. But ironically, the job is getting more fun than before. Finally, it seems that I could get used to this life style. 1st year: Slept on the sofa from 20:00 (too tired to go to bed). 2nd year: Fell in love with colleague. 3rd year: So-so year. 4th year: Working hard. 5th year: Working really hard (I’m here now).
Now I realize if you try really hard, you can lead a full of life. Doing anything what you think you should do, or you feel good. However, unfortunately we have just 24 hours a day. You have to sleep for 8 hours to get 100% charge. But you need to work for 9 to 10 hours a day. That means, you only have 6 hours. Hmm… Then, I have some things that always comes to my daily to do list.
□ Reading paper (Japanese and English)
□ Taking online English lesson
□ Writing a Japanese diary
□ Reading a book
□ Studying of English
□ Making your own dish
□ Writing a blog entry
These are the things I want to accomplish in daily life. But it seems hard. But, I want to win. But, every book needs a blank page. Anyway, as long as you laugh very much every day, it seems totally ok.