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Journey of a Restaurateur in China

Apologies for the long hiatus on the blog. Like most people, my life seems to be a perpetual cycle of calendar alerts and deadlines these days, but I thought it was a good time for an update.

Last July, just before I turned 26, I quit my day job at one of the world’s most innovative design firms to focus on figuring out what I really wanted to do with my time. I have been lucky in my career; I’ve traveled the world and worked with amazing people on interesting and impactful projects, but I couldn’t escape the creeping sense of urgency to  slow down and face the ambiguity this question brought up in my mind.  I realized that I couldn’t wait for the answer to just come to me; there’s no moment of enlightenment when one just figures out what to do with their lives.  I knew I owed myself the same dedication and time as I had given to my jobs in the past, but that the reward in this case would be infinitely greater.  I can’t believe…

Jing | 07.04.14 at 01:39 PM |

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