No Pain, No Gain
Whenever I’m stuck in situations like these where a great amount of my time and effort is required time in a number of totally unrelated things, I always think of how have I gotten into that situation in such a quickie and how have I succumbed such commitments.
It never stops. If you think having a position is already the peak of it, think again, because it’s barely the start of it (not unless if you’re a committed one). Thesis, school, field study, CSC campaign, org, graduation committee and house chores! Yes! Yes! Wooo!
"Stop worrying and start acting."
I can do this, we can do this!
It’s feels as if the scare of the world’s end on the year 2012 only started yesterday. And it’s already 2014. Gaaaad, time flies so fast. Hope it doesn’t leave us behind the significant things we’re supposed to take notice or be a part of. This is gonna be a fruitful year and I, yes, I claim it will all my might! LOL
Pop Culture and Me
It’s the time of the night when everyone at home’s asleep and I step out of the room to stay in the sofa and read the newspaper until god knows when… loljk. I read until midnight (or sometimes, an hour past).
I picked one dated December 31, 2013, and read an article about pop culture ups and downs for the past year.
There were categories, okay. TV, viral stars, goodbyes, movies, books, disasters and tragedies. I found a comfortable place in the books and TV section of the article for obvious reasons. There were stuff that I didn’t realize until reading the article, like:
- Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep is a sequel to The Shining (both I haven’t read yet)
- Rebel Wilson has a TV show (since when?)
- Game of Thrones’ Red Wedding episode (could somebody give me a copy of Season 2 and 3 already?)
- Nick and Jess are finally together?!
And the article’s author wrote his way into persuading me into these things, aright:
- Read Eleanor & Park
- Read Night Film
- Read and Compare Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding and Revenge Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger (both sequels to Bridget Jones’s Diary and The Devil Wears Prada, respectively)
- Watch Super Fun Night
- Finish Breaking Bad
Thank god for such article that opened my eyes to things that I’ve missed. Hoooray to pop culture!
My love taught me a lot of things. It’s a new year now, my love, and I must let you go. I thank you for all the memories. You’ve definitely made me happy and loved. But that’s about it. Still, it was an awesome ride!
Hey, I value privacy. People prying on my life is one of least things I like. People don’t always have to know where I am, who I am with, what I am thinking and all other shit about myself. Keeping everything about me sacred is the most likable thing for me. Maybe there are parts of me that I could give away, but not everything. Most certainly not the important ones. Things that go out in public could ruin you and stuff. I’m not really into having a good reputation but it’d be better if I share less to avoid presumptuous remarks of people.
This is me wanting to delete my facebook account to avoid nonsense posts of people hahahaha oh god such an introvert side
No, baby, you don’t have to immerse yourself in a sea of self-loving, self-righteous, attention-seeking people. You’re so much more better than that.