I remember returning home, full of excitement, carrying a bunch of University prospectus from the Education Fair, getting on bed, laying them one next to another, admiring and feeling blessed at the opportunity right in front of me. What once felt like a wish, is now becoming a reality. I spent days reading though different courses on offer at each University. I was overwhelmed with all the alternatives. Enough said, let’s dive right in to finding the Best University for You! Enough said, let’s dive right in to finding the Best University for You!
You hear the horror stories about long-distance relationships that tells you all the reason why you shouldn’t even attempt to give the relationship a chance. I am here to tell you all the reasons how you can get through if you give it a chance. There is no one better to advise on this topic other than a person who has been through the entirety of a long-distance relationship.
I have used or heard the phrase Google It countless times, I am surprised it is not added to the dictionary already. I would define it as, Do It Yourself. I am a problem-solver by nature; friends, family and colleagues approach on a daily basis with issues and concerns on various topics. Most of the answers to these issues are easily solved through Googling – because this is how I find solutions. Yes, you might argue some issues are solved better with a bit of personal touch. Let’s be honest, most of the answers can be Googled without troubling another person. Some questions may seem impossible if it is not your forte, yet you will never know how easily it is solvable if you don’t attempt.
I was so excited to start my one week travel to Singapore in December 2017. It was a challenging year and I felt so deserved of this short vacation. During my pre-travel research, many friends and bloggers advised me against travelling to Singapore and recommended picking a different holiday destination. The stubborn person that I am, decided to go anyway. Oh boy, oh boy, what a mistake, I should have listened to wise.
18th September 2015 – I AM 23! I started writing this list exactly one month ago – 18th August 2015. I completed it two hours ago. I gave this a lot of thought, and think this covered most of the important lessons (in no particular order). Reflecting on incidents that made an impact on my life was an inspiring exercise. Most people might see 23 years like a short period. However, if you look closely, you can learn so much from each situation. Whether you are younger or older, here is some wisdom I got in my 23 years that you might find interesting.