Can you believe it’s nearly April already?
Seems like it was only a while ago that I wrote my gratitude on the blog. Then, I finally stopped doing it in public and decided to count my everyday blessings in private.
I believe that there is always something be thankful for.
So, this is my list:
♡ Happy loooooong weekend! I was happy that the break was finally upon me, so I took advantage of it, and well … took a break and spent the Saturday night relaxing with my boy friend and my family.
♡ Last Sunday was one of the days I was in the house all day. Take a nap. I consider this a rather productive activity; it recharges your energy level, so you can be ready for the next chapter of your life. I also made some dishes and blogging in the night. Continue reading
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Halo all, I finally have enough time to write again!
Sorry about the lack of updates recently.
I have been really busy with preparation for Semarang Open 2014 competition and finishing my thesis. But I just thought I’d stop by for a minute to say this blog just turned two years old this March.
How I really appreciate all of you following this blog and keeping me active and all that fun stuff. It’s been a pretty interesting year, to say the least. Thank you all so much for the support and everything. ♥
It’s been a hectic month for me.
There are so many things to be done. There are so many goals to achieve. Whatever be the situation, problem or circumstances, one always have two choices at least, there are ‘do’ and ‘do not’. ‘Try and ‘do not try’ also come in the same category. I can remember one more proverbs in this regard – “Self-help is the best help”.
I’m a 23-year-old woman who always had big dreams and aspirations. I always wanted to do something substantial with my life. I believed (I still do) that death is inevitable, so I wanted my life to have a meaning. I never liked the idea of my tombstone being the only thing/mark that I’m going to leave in this world when I die, but I wanted to do something that would make my name live on even after I die. Continue reading