I started this year with a life-changing decision. The decision I’d been wanting for years and the decision I’d been fearing for so long.

I’ve been wanting to quit a company job since I experienced working for a company for 2 years. I used to be very passionate about my job. Providing customer service and solving issues that others can’t.

Seriously, I’m very meticulous when it comes to solving customers issues. In fact, I’ve been getting a lot of feedback from customers about being the only person to resolve their issues after several phone calls.

Those feedback keeps me really going. However, due to a stressful work field, long hours of commute and changes on schedules, my health turned down on me.

Since then I always wanted to stay at home and work if possible. But there are always demons around us, making our confidence low and being doubtful about every possibility you can think of. And we also know that it is totally risky especially when you are a family provider.

What stopped me from quitting my job?

First of all, I totally believed that I am incompetent.

Being undergraduate makes me feel like I have no skills at all to offer as an online freelancer. And having that said I was always eaten by my lack of confidence.

I’m pretty sure that there’s a huge competition on the web that would make my no-degree self kicked off the market.

As a sole provider, I have no rights.

Well, I am the only one who works for my child(well back then I only had one child). I pay bills, rent, food, and all the expenses that you can think of.

Plus being sick of asthma, hyperthyroidism, alopecia, and gout is just worse.

Most of the months, I have to borrow money, until I finally decided just to quit my medications because it’s burying me on a pit of payables.

That lead me to absenteeism and caused me more burden because of unpaid sick leaves as well.

Lack of tools…

If you’ve been a follower of this blog, you might have been aware that I did not have a laptop before. I only blog from a mobile phone, tablet, or company PC.