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Thinking ahead?

Well, Christmas is coming and it's my favourite time of the year.

Well, I am surprised to find that not alot of people enjoy Christmas like I do or even celebrate it.
Some people actually take it seriously like, if they aren't Christians, then, they shouldn't celebrate.

Well, I disagree. You don't have to be Christians to enjoy Christmas.

Christmas is just a time for family and friends.
A solemn time to think about the year and what you have done.
A time to think about what you want to do for the next year.
A time to be grateful.
A time to enjoy being with family and friends.

Christmas is just a magical time to me. So I do take Christmas very seriously and I find that Christmas is for everyone. 

Anyhow, I know that my next summer break is in May next year but I must plan ahead on what I should do because I don't want to waste it.

At first, I was thinking of Internship because that'll be nice on my CV and I think it'll be a good experience.
But at the same time, I also want to go to Summer School. (I may or may not be able to afford this option but we'll see.)

But I talked to a classmate and he told me that it was possible to plan it in such a way that I get to do Internship and Summer School. So, should I do that?

Or, should I just volunteer abroad via AIESEC? But I need to check out this option more before I decide.

Anyhow, please help me pick by doing that poll. It will really help me alot. THANK YOU SO MUCH~!

What should I do for my summer break
Summer school
Internship + summer school
Volunteer abroad via AIESEC
Poll Maker


Happy "Sam" said…
Internship + summer school

That my choice.
At least can learn some new things.
If summer school cannot at least still got internship ~

If both also get it.
Depend yourself can handle or not.

Is great that have early plan.
Christmas is a nice days.

At least got a event and chance that can dating with my wife + my little baby too ~

hehe !!

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