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26 January 2019

On ordinary days...

I'd think that my life uneventful, this is not entirely true. I still keep my days when I don't have to work for myself.

My alarm sets off at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. I get up at 5:15. I make a cup of coffee to perk me up and I prepare my clothes for work. I take a bath and get dressed. I usually wear a pair of jeans, a blouse or t-shirt, and a pair of sneakers or ballet flats. Most call centers and BPO's don't have strict dress codes. I brush my hair and put on some makeup if I feel like it. I pack my bag with all my girlie stuff. I then leave the house and walk to the bus stop. I catch the bus at 6:30, get the nicest window seat and pay my fair. My travel to the van station takes me about 45 minutes to an hour. Then I spend another hour and 30 minutes to get to my destination. I get off the bus and walk to the office where I work as an Inbound Sales Representative. I scan my badge to get into the production floor. My shift starts at 9PM and ends at 6AM.

I take my lunch break at 1AM. I eat the usual, rice paired with either fish, veggies, or meat at the company concession. After lunch, I brush my teeth, retouch, brush my hair, and do my thing. I then head back to the production floor and take calls. I take my last fifteen minutes break and go back to taking calls again. I clock out at 6AM. I then catch the bus back home, which consumes two hours on the road. I sometimes do some shopping first before going straight home. I then change my clothes, open my computer and listen to music or watch movies while I eat my “dinner”. After a meal, I clean up and tidy up a bit. I set my alarm to 5PM and cozy up to seize a good sleep. By then, my daughter would be home and when I wake up at 5PM, we catch up on our day. And the cycle repeats.