Hello dear readers,
I hope you’re having a superb Friday. Over the first weekend of February I went skydiving with a friend. It was amazing. I finally crossed this off my bucket list. I’ve been wanting to do this for the longest time. Watch our experience and live vicariously through us. If you liked the video, don’t forget to give it a thumbs up or leave a comment below and don’t forget to subscribe if you haven’t yet already.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Hello beautiful readers!
I would say it’s been a minute but that would be quite the understatement.
Life really comes at you fast and I’m slowly coming to realize that if you don’t make time for the things you love and value then parts of you will slowly fade away without you knowing it.
This is my promise to myself that I’ll make time for the things I value. Although I’ve read a theory that once you announce your plans to others, you feel like you’ve achieved them already. So let’s hope that’s not the case.
Graduation…. Such a bitter sweet experience. Sweet because your done with school and all the stress that comes with it and bitter because you’re about to begin another phase in your life and the choices you make at this point is likely to affect the rest of your life. Let’s just focus on the sweet first, no more CATs or exams or projects. I remember during my last semester I couldn’t wait to finish school and this feeling was brought by all the stress I had while doing my project. My project was an Android app and for those who don’t know about coding, if you make one mistake, just one simple mistake, your application crashes. I can’t tell you how many times I gave up. I’d leave my room after trying to change one thing for two hours saying how I’ve given up only to come back ten minutes later. I can’t even explain how amazing it felt after presenting my project and finishing exams!
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