Apologies for going MIA (missing in action) everyone! I've had a lot going on these last two weeks, such as juggling between catching up with lectures, tutorial work, a uni ball, a 21st birthday, dealing with a cold, and now nearing exams. It's been one hell of a ride especially when every.damn.day flies by before … Continue reading Is University Worth the Stress?
Before I got to bed, I just wanted to say that I did some reflection on that 55% mark I got for my assignment (which you can read here). As you can probably guess, I was pretty guttered to have received such a crap mark in which I put all my time and effort in, BUT … Continue reading We Need to Stop Dwelling, and Start Achieving
Growing up, I found it quite hard to accept the constant change in my clothing size(s). Sometimes I would go into a shop, and I would either be changing into Size 10's, or 12's. And for a 20-year-old Asian/Chinese, it isn't actually considered normal to be curvy, or one to be wearing larger clothing sizes - … Continue reading Why Your Clothing Size Shouldn’t Matter
Hello lovely readers, Recently, I have been posting some more personal posts as opposed to my usual motivation/talk tips. The main reason why is because I have gone through some changes this week, such as attempting to sleep earlier, watch some dramas to ease the stress, stay on task at uni, be productive, or more … Continue reading Today Was a Crap Day, But I’m Staying Optimistic
Okay, so if you frequent your university's library to study like me, then you also probably know the struggles of trying to find a study space. (And don't even start on exam periods because they're the worst times!) So let me begin by telling you that today was probably the first time I stepped foot … Continue reading Making More Study Space for Students #feelingbliss
Textbooks The #1 rule when buying textbooks is to always buy second-hand textbooks, or discounted textbooks. I know it can be really tempting to buy that fresh out-of-plastic-wrapping copy (because I was guilty of this when I first started university), but purchasing $700+ worth of new textbooks you'll just be using for one semester isn't … Continue reading My Top 5 Thrifty Tips for Struggling University Students