Being back to France means many changes in my life.
One of them is being back to working with my dad in his restaurant.
To be honest, it's a terrible situation. The job itself is not that bad. It's the environment that sucks. It's a very special world, I don't belong to it anymore. My colleagues are nice people but they know nothing else than this job, their whole life revolves around it. I feel like my talents are being unexploited. I refuse to work full-time in order to spend time with my daughter, and it's not seen as a good thing by some of my colleagues.
That's why, people, I've decided to go back to school in October for two or three years. I want to get a degree in logistics that I will couple with an actual degree in Chinese. The problem is that financially it's going to be tough if I don't get this monthly allowance from the government. In 10 days, I will have a test and an interview. According to my results, the school will decide if I deserve the allowance or not. English, maths and geography are the three subjects that I will be tested on.
With that degree I will be able to get a good job, and maybe to work abroad. But that would be the cherry on top of the cake, pardon my Frenglish.
So wish me luck, I will need it!