Old school days...
"Once upon a time....", the usual starting line on how a story should begins with.
Can't run away from the truth that we are thought to always reflect on past incidents (if that's the case, how can we move on then), putting on a high level of fantasy and imagination all in the name of creativity.
That's back then, young and naive us.
So I was at an interview session few hours ago, and the interviewer asked whether I write or not. Wanting to score well, of course I said yes and not that I am speaking blindly out from my mouth at that moment, but then to be honest, blogging is a form of writing too as far I know.
The he added on, "So, do you write strategically ?". I was like thinking and cracking my head for an answer to that question he posted. Not so sure what he meant, I replied "Well, I see writing as an after-work medium for me to de-stress". He later clarifies, stating that whether I write/propose marketing/advertising strategies to the client or not.
Oh, that kind of writing.
Clearer now, I see. I said no, as strategies will normally come from my bosses.
I ended that topic by saying "I just write creatively".
You know, sometimes when I don't update/write so regularly, part of me feels so guilty. It's like I am neglecting something, mentally making me feeling uneasy.
Do you guys feel the same way too ?
Perhaps that is the sign of passion.