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A well needed break!

After smashing through a record number of Prius projects this month, working long hours and finalizing all oversea trade show arrangements at my work (we’re exhibiting in Canada, Mexico and Brazil in addition to domestic shows), it’s finally time to slow down and take a well deserved break with the lady! Between designing a multitude of product cut sheets and…

Free at last!

And a string of great things has happened consecutively during the month of March. For one, I’ve finally finished my study at Cal Poly Pomona and graduated with a degree in International Business and a minor in Marketing Management. The entire ordeal lasted me six quarters, back-to-back, or 18 months. As I’ve mentioned several times in my earlier entries, I started…

Happy New Year 2012

I just returned from our 10-day road trip to Northern California. Suffice to say, it was a refreshing and respite retreat from the hectic life of Los Angeles. Shaggy, our adopted guinea pig survived the 1,600+ mile round-trip and was glad to be home. I am surprised to find that all the plants and all the fishes, with exception to…

Fall 2011 quarter is finally over!

After a lengthy week and a half of sleep deprivation and stress from finals, I am happy to say that Fall 2011 quarter is over once and for all. It is the toughest quarter I’ve faced throughout my academic career. I’ll enjoy the next 4 weeks of winter break and resume to finish my last quarter. Fortunately all of my…

Two more weeks of fall quarter 2011

It’s been one quarter over a year since I started my study at Cal Poly Pomona. As I reflect back the past five quarters (fall ’10, winter ’11, spring ’11, summer ’11, fall ’11) at Cal Poly Pomona, I’m still amazed at how I was able to sustain what I’ve been doing on a routinely basis for over a year.…

Fully loaded schedule

It’s been a while since I wrote anything on this part time blog. The reason is I work full time (since August 3rd) after a 4-month break following my resignation at a job which I held for 7 years. And on top of that, I go to school full time. My day starts at 6:30am where I work until 3:00pm,…