Monday, December 20, 2004

Distressing Trend

In the past few months, my exposure to current events has dropped from constant to virtually nil. I suppose it's because my work no longer demands it. Whereas I scanned through dozens upon dozens of articles a day before, I probably read articles just once a week now.

In itself, the trend could be just another meaningless statistic in my life. However, I also noticed a steep decline in my insight creation. How long has it been since I dropped a comment regarding interest rates and deflation? How long will it be until I can no longer summarize the most relevant issues in the financial market? Heck, how long has it been since I wrote something worthwhile in my blog?! Eek!

At some point, I guess I have to get back to who I am. At some point.

In the meantime, I will just stay the course and convince myself that exploring new territories necessarily means leaving old ones.


  1. Baket? Ano na bang trabaho mo? Nag call boy ka na ba ng tuluyan? Hehehe.

  2. HAPPY HOLIDAYS nonoy!!! :D

  3. Ang drama nang ending note mo ah...but I can relate to that. 'Though not with current events but with the interest rates, stock market and other finance issues. Maybe because I don't work in a bank anymore(more of this) and I don't have any finance subjects right now.

  4. You don't always have to leave behind what is old to seek out the new. Sometimes they mesh quite nicely.

    Happy New Year to you and yours, Chris! :)


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