I know I haven't take good care of my blog since a long time. These time I rarely to read the comments and respond them. Here I apologise to the friends who has left kind comments.
My purpose to write the blog is to practice my English. Since I came to Germany, I found there are too many things I need to learn-to learn how to walk on the street; to learn to sort the garbage; to learn driving; to learn German and to look for a job. At the time of the past one year's living in Germany was the time to refresh myself. It wasn't easy but it is a normal transition period for everyone who moves abroad.
I have set up many works for me to finish so that I don't feel boring. For example, I force myself everyday to study German( every day to write a German letter to Martin, to read the updated news and translate them, to read some other German articles and to do homework from the school)and look for jobs(everyday to send 3 resumes). I just made my time full everyday so that I don't let my self give up in the special period and in the new environment.
The progress of job searching has made me sometimes kind of depressed, especially when I keep receiving rejections from recruitment companies. I thought I will be like many of the other students in my German class to work as a cleaning lady. I doubted myself, and I studied German very hard, but I didn't see so much progress. The pressure I gave to myself helps me not to think too much and to fulfil my time, but sometimes makes me stressed out. Then I didn't have so much energy to take care of my blog, to keep practicing my English.
Luckily, I found a job half month ago. It is a job I have dreamed for a long time. After Martin's support and a long period interviewing process, finally, in the end of April I received a positive feedback from the company. I will start to work in August. Another good news is one week ago I received an offer from a research company work as a freelance for a small project that concerning Chinese market.
Now I will be able to write more posts and answer the comments in time, as recently I am much more relaxed and I have putted down some burdens of German study.