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So I'm on some kind of blogging streak and this is the third entry that I've written at this wee hours of the night. HAHA.

I decided that I needed to keep writing for the sake of fine-tuning my writing and also to do something productive beside reading books about sales. Ugh.

Speaking of which, yes, I started work. Almost 3 months ago actually, on the 6.6.16. #illuminati? - asked no one. I'm actually working for a conference production company that focuses on Internet of Things in the ASEAN market, so if you're interested in the field, hit me up and do look at some of the things I've been writing on my LinkedIn account (on which I've been very active on. Weirdly lol). Work has been picking up and now is officially the super stressful period because my event is coming up next, and approaching huge corporations and government ministries for my first project are definitely not easy tasks - but hey, personal growth and all that, right?

Other than that, life's b…


So that was it! I submitted the last assignment of my university life. Ever. 1 day late but we shall not talk about that.

Come to think about it, it's pretty surreal how four years have just passed like that. Well, 3 years and 9 months if you don't count the holiday. 4 academic years, 7 semesters in NUS and 1 semester in Bonn. Just writing it down makes it feel so real.

I think I have mentioned many times before that I do not really get attached to places and institutions that easily. Or at least I don't feel those super overt emotions whereby I'm like "OMG I'm gonna miss NUS so much blah blah." I think my attachment comes at a much more subtle sense, like I would probably go past NUS in the future and all the memories will start flooding back in and then I'll be like "Wow OK." I don't know.

Is there a reason for my seemingly apathy?

I don't think I have ever learned how to feel properly. Feelings are not something that my family pri…

Moving out wishlist!

In about a month's time (hopefully), I will be moving out and living outside of a school dormitory for the first time since I came to Singapore! It is going to be an exciting transition and while nothing is settled (we have barely started looking for a place, and we have yet to secure jobs that will pay the rent), as a way to procrastinate I keep on thinking of what I would like to have in the apartment (once we can afford it). This includes (but is not limited to):

A console (either a Xbox 1 or PS4)A TV of course, to use the console withA TV in my room so I can Netflix and chillA proper office space - it can just be a nice table next to a window that I can put my laptop onSpeaking of laptop, a Razer Blade Stealth + Core!A king/queen-sized bed - I'm tired of sleeping on single bedsAn oven so I can bake stuffsFairy lightsAlso I'm keeping my mini fridge and turning it into a wine/alcohol fridge yass Any other suggestions for what I should have in my new place (once I move)?

One year on...

And I'm not sad anymore.