Soon A WAHM – Again!

I resigned from my homebased full time job with On Assist 5 months ago for some reasons. One of them was I couldn’t keep up with my mommy duties anymore. By the time my little one gets up from sleep, I’m so exhausted needing a peaceful sleep. I, concentrated more on blogging instead.

Just a week ago, I received a call from a very familiar number. It was Ms. Dine, our Operations Manager at On Assist. I, then, messaged her back at YM. She asked me if I could lend a hand once more. I agreed but on a contractual basis as I am leaving soon, and I’ll be gone for two months. I don’t think it’s fair and ideal to accept a full time job, then leave them hanging after getting employed.

In short, I took some online tests the other day {sheesh! I need to widen my voc haha! But in fairness my grammar test went well LOL!}, had an interview with the HR and submitted the requirements yesterday. I’m excited to be a part of the team again. In fact, there’s a GA on Saturday and I’m planning to attend to meet the rest of the team members.

By the way, here’s one of the photos that I’ve been meaning to post months ago. This was taken during our meeting at Starbucks-Glorietta sometime in April just before my birthday heehee!

Ms. Bles {HR but I heard she left the company}, Ms. Dine {OM},
Sir Ernest{The man behind OA}, Liz {VA} and Spence {Her hubby}

Sorry I had to blur the faces, I didn’t ask for permission to post their photos. Just wanna prove to everyone that On Assist does exist and working from home is really possible.

So what happens to this blog the moment I start working from home again? Nothing. It remains the same.  SAHM. Hahaha!

Marketing Manager at Adventures Beyond Group | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music Enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | Hello Kitty Lover | A 42 y/o mom of two lovely girls sharing her adventures as she walks through motherhood and having to do most things on her own while her Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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