People might say that Monday is hell, but not for me -or I shall say: not today.
Something happened this afternoon and I was kind of pissed off about it.
Since the weekend is almost here, I hope everyone is happy today.
I'm not feeling well since Wednesday night and I slipped off my feet and fell on the floor on Thursday afternoon, that's why I decided to chill out and watch an old romantic comedy movie. The movie was 'There's something about Mary', a good old movie that you guys must watch, if you didn't do so already.
Actions have consequences, that's the first rule of life. Do you agree?
I probably mentioned before how important it is to be positive and how it can effect your day -or even your life! Read what happens when HIV positive women live their life with an upbeat approach.
I just realized that I've been doing my job as a teacher for about 6 months right now and a lot of things happened since I started.
It's a brand new start for a lot of new students in Indonesia because this week is their first week of school in the new academic year. It must be challenging for them to start new routines, get to know new friends and their new school but I think it is pretty much fun, isn't it?
Happy Eid Al Fitr for those who celebrate! Most of you might be familiar with Eid Al Fitr, an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims that marks the end of Ramadhan. And me and Dila celebrated it these past two days, yay!
The last day of Ramadhan is today and I feel kind of sad.
Have you ever felt sad because you don't know exactly when you will have the chance to meet someone you missed again? My mind is running through a lot of things, mostly because Ramadhan is at its end and I wonder whether I will have the chance to feel the atmosphere next year (hopefully, fingers crossed) and then I realized that another year has passed. I remember last year, on Eid Al-Fitr I got in touch with my ex and yeah that one year has changed me into who I really am today.
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