2017 in review

I finally finished this semester so now I have time to write! My New Year post is quite late, but hey, better late than never, right? But first, a little rant! 2017 was one of the worst years for me. Last year, I experienced some of my lowest lows. I almost failed a class, struggled to…

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The school year that was

Time flies! I can’t believe that I already finished one school year in Taipei; it feels like yesterday since I moved into my dorm for the first time and met all my amazing classmates. This week marks the start of my second year in grad school, and things are bound to get even busier and…

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Spring Semester so far

I realized that I’m doing more highlights posts than usual, and maybe you think it looks/feels lazy. But I also think that it’s the only way I can write something interesting, since I won’t have a lot to say if I wrote about every single day of the semester. Oh well, here goes! Classes I only have classes…

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Back to school!

I graduated with a Financial Management degree in college. I enjoyed studying it, but during my college days I wished I took a double degree in Applied Economics and Financial Management instead. But since I was in danger of not graduating on time (I shifted degrees during my second year), I had to settle for a…

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The importance of friends

I’m not the type of person who tells other people her concerns. I mean, I do share some things with other people, but I mostly share my joys and not my problems. It’s because I believe that I should find all the anwers and solutions on my own. Besides, the world doesn’t give a damn…

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Long weekend? What long weekend?

So here’s the thing. The President declared August 20 (Eid-al-Fitr) and 21 (Ninoy Aquino Day) as non-working holidays, so that means students will get to rest for two days and everyone will resume classes on Wednesday. Everyone, except us. I don’t know the exact details, but I heard that our school paid a penalty of…

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