Sunday, July 12, 2015

Hi. Yes I'm horrible at keeping resolutions.

Writing here on a Sunday morning. Talked to my parents this morning and it was great.

Funny how when I was back home I literally try to be away from my parents every single waking hour and now I feel so happy just to talk to them for 30 minutes every week.

Absence makes the heart grows fonder I guess.

I really should talk to them more though. They are paying my college tuition. And I kinda miss their nagging.


I'm like super curious if people actually legit party and go out and drink every weekend. Cause just being outside for just an hour everyday already makes me so tired I could just take 5 hour long naps just to recuperate.

So, just how do people have the stamina to non stop party the entire weekend? It really astounds me.

Maybe it is the friends. If I have good enough friends, who would drag me out every day, maybe I would party all weekend too.


Well today is designated study day. Shit is getting real next week as my third class starts and I will be a full time student with 9 credit hours to finish within a month.

Gonna caffeinate myself.


Oh btw writing this smoothie down for myself so I don't forget.

Tried freeballing a strawberry smoothie this morning and it was so fucking good. Today started off so damn good.

Cup of Strawberries
Cup of Silk Soy milk
2  Tbsp of Fage Greek yoghurt
Tbsp of Flax seeds
Tsp of CINNAMON  *Secret Ingredient Sh
As much honey as you like

This shit is good.

Future me please try this out often.

Friday, July 10, 2015


I really am growing up.

This short 6 months of living by myself, away from family and friends really matures you up I guess.

Why would I think that? You may ask, you still are that adorable little girl with a baby voice.

Well the fact that I voluntarily woke up at 7.30 this morning and started reading news articles with coffee by my side makes me think that I'm pretty adulty.


I read this article yesterday that if you write down at least 400 words per day everyday, it really helps boost your thinking skills and creativity and learning process and etc etc.

Here goes.

Well actually. Truth to be told, I was supposed to volunteer at a middle school building an outdoor class room for the kids. But I missed the bus, so since I was already up, and I have a meeting in another 2 hours, I just made myself coffee and read the news.

Note to self: *Download and read to kill a mockingbird.

Is that 400 words already?

Honestly, I think good writers are good because they are able to open themselves and tell good stories. Since the main rule to a good story is being able to experience it yourself.

I'm literally just brain farting here.

Things to invent in the future:
Trendy raincoats that doesn't make you look like a dork. Cause umbrellas are practically useless; you still get wet even if you're using an umbrella. And umbrellas are super heavy to carry around.

Is that 400 words?

I think so.

Did you know I aspired to be a writer when I was a child?

You know in kindergarten, when the teacher made you write down your ambitions, I always either put down teacher or writer or nurse.

Yea. Tiny me was already a fickle minded little prick.