Showing posts from December, 2015



What a great year it has been for me.

So much good has happened.

For first time in my life, the pieces of my life are coming together and I'm loving how it looks.

So many of my wishes have come true this year.

And honestly, I am reluctant to leave 2015.

It has been such a great year. That leaving it feels hard.

Because in 2016, I know things will definitely be changing. I'll be graduating soon. Hence, I would have to start decide about my future soon. 

But it's not like 2015 was without bad days, it had its fair share of bad days. But I think the good days outweigh the bad days completely.

Not only that, for the first time in my life, I'm looking at my life and I'm completely in love with it.

For once in my life, I'm looking at my life and I know this is where I need to be and I'm completely happy and proud of that.

So cheers to 2015.

But 2015 is about to end. So it's time to welcome 2016 instead.

And let's hope that 2016 will be so much better.

I know it m…

Merry Christmas


And I hope everyone has a wonderful time.

Le Futur

This is going to be long post so please forgive me.
The future is always an interesting question.  What does the future holds?  It's something no one really knows. And sometimes, when I feel fatalistic, I ask myself, do I even have the right to consider tomorrow or the future? Maybe I won't live so long? After all, who knows what the future holds.
Anyhow, enough morbidity.
It's the end of the year and it's also close to the end of my undergraduate studies. I know I still have six more months to go in my undergraduate studies but time passes so fast and soon, it will all end.
So now is a good time to think of the future.
I find it funny that when I was younger, all I could think about was the future. I wanted my life to be in a certain way. I wanted a nice apartment to myself and probably working in a job that makes me rather happy and is challenging with good prospects. I will admit that I wasn't quite sure what I wanted for the future but I could admit that I imagined …

It's that time of the year again.


Yup. It's that time for that time of the year again. 
Time for what?
Time to reflect on all that has happened in this year.

To be honest, this has been one of the best years in my life.

So many of dreams came true one by one in this year alone.

Travelling overseasOwning an IphoneGetting together with someoneGetting over a long time self esteem issue

Those just a few of the good things that happened this year.

Truly, I have never been so happy. 
Happy because my life is slowly turning out to be what I want it to be.
Happy because I can finally look at my life and go, this is my life and this is exactly how I like it.

For the longest time, I always had expectations of how my life would turn out.
And I was always so scared that I would screw up my own life.
It is only recently that I let go all of that fear. 
And now slowly, my life is just falling into place, one by one.

I guess getting rid of expectations is the first step. To accept your life. To wake up and say, I'm grateful for e…


My phone had problems the other day. The battery expanded and it needed to be changed.

Most of my phone problems were caused by the fact that the battery expanded. Another problem is the power button. I have already fixed the battery but the I plan to fix the power button later.

With my phone gone for repair, I realized only how I addicted I am to my phone and social media.

I was really agitated that I didn't have my phone. 
But I got even more mad when I realized that I was addicted.

I shouldn't be surprised though.

Back when I was in high school, I was addicted to the internet (maybe I still am)

I still remember that I needed to get atleast four hours of internet a day. If I didn't get internet for one day, I remembered how it felt so bad for me. I would be walking up and down, thinking of the internet and how I needed it.

Over the years, I have managed to control my internet intake so it's okay now.

But I realized now that I was really addicted to my phone and I didn't l…