Quarter-life Crisis

I’ve experienced one of the most depressing painful things of being a writer: rejection. :( My articles  aren’t 100% perfect, so I know that I’m bound to receive revisions every now and then. I did a lot of experimenting with my rejected articles, which was against the grammar rules.

It was hard for me to accept the rejection, but I dealt with it for almost a week. Within that time frame, I submitted my resume to a BPO company that has nothing to do with call center agents. That plan didn’t go through after I did a lot of thinking. I realized that I became too greedy when it comes to money to the point where I didn’t care about the quality of my articles. That greed is what led me to my almost-one-week depression.

What I’ve learned from this experience is that being rejected isn’t the end of the world. I can either keep complaining about why things never work out the way I want or turn my negative thinking into a positive one.

Photography by: Red–Roses