Saturday, August 8, 2015

Timeline

2011. Graduated from high school. I decided to go to SLU. I gave up UP education coz I was afraid I might not like Management Economics. I bade farewell to Thomasian education coz I knew we couldn't afford it.

2012. Adjusted with college/boarder life. Transition from high school to college was smooth. Learned that Accounting was not algebra. I had no idea what my course is actually. But I couldn't step back now.

2013. Enjoying my accounting subjects. Challenging and fun. Finally accustomed to the life of accountancy students.

2014. The hardest part! Loaded with accounting subjects. Taxing and heart-breaking! If you cannot catch, you'll fall too fast. Barely managed to get high grades, but my effort is on top.

2015. It's kinda serene and quiet. A time to reset focus. More of a rest and relax phase of college. Finding rhythm. Reflecting of what has transpired in four years. Looking back. The rest of the year is a marathon. We gotta finish this in a style.

Thank you Lord for the unending love and amazing grace. I give my all to you.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Mind over Matter

The thing that I believe the most today is that we can do and reach whatever we want, as long as we put our everything to it and focus on that goal.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Three Must-Do Things among my Should-Dos this 2015

The second semester starts on January 19. Students will again enter different classrooms, meet different people, and learn something new. We will fight again the deadly magnets in our daily routine like staying in bed for so long, Facebooking for so long, eating too much and hanging out too often that we forget we're still students. It's going to be a battle. So for this semester, I listed my three must-dos. I will print it in large fonts so that every day, I'll be reminded.

1. I will read more. I'm talking about the tomes I have to buy again for some classes, specially accounting. I might take a rest in reading novels, but I made a promise I will finish The Racketeer before another Grisham book comes out midyear. 

2. I will write more. I'll take down notes so that I will not have a hard time photocopying or borrowing notes from diligent classmates. I'll also blog more often.

3. I will save more. By the end of the year, I should have at least Php8,000.  How? I will follow a saving system, 5 or 10-peso increment. I will avoid soft drinks. I will not buy books from Booksale

These are my three must-dos. How about you? What are your thee must-dos for this year? Leave a comment, and let's also talk about you.