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Goodbye 2017, I’m welcoming 2018 with open arms

2017 was a year of change, hardships and adjusting. Through this year, I’ve understood what many describe their first year out of uni to be like: daunting, frightening and just downright nerve-racking. I was always doubtful about it ever happening to me, but it sure hit me hard.

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Korean (and other sites) media articles set out to ruin HanGeng’s image by taking things out of context: Not cool man, not cool.

Hello everyone.

Today, I must talk about some certain articles that have been travelling the webs of the internet over the last 24 hours, that have really gotten under my skin. Reading all that I can understand and gather from this quest has truly left me in a pickle, all up to the point where I must bash about share with my fellow readers.

So, let’s begin the ranting!

I hope to continue seeing him smile like in this photo...It hurts to think that at one point in his life, he was incapable of doing so...

I hope to continue seeing him smile like in this photo…It hurts to think that at one point in his life, he was incapable of doing so…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Hello again peoples! This week’s theme is “curves”. I was thinking of doing something more  related to nature but I came across this photo. I thought to myself “Yeah, it seems related” so, here you go. Curves that is commonly seen in my day-to-day life.

When I went to Melbourne at the beginning of the year with the family, we met plenty more relatives during our visit. Plenty of food was served, and the photo below was placed on our table in just five minutes!!! So much food was eaten and tried (OMG! If I ever go back, this is the place to visit!), and the photo really demonstrates the beauty of curves. If you replaced all of the cups, bowls etc with square-shaped ones, I think the feel of the place would have been ruined.

Mmmmmm..yum-cha *drool* TAKE ME BACK MUM, TAKE ME BACK!

Mmmmmm..yum-cha *drool* TAKE ME BACK MUM, TAKE ME BACK!

CURVES! CURVES EVERYWHERE!!!

 

Hope you all appreciate the picture (don’t get too hungry) and I’ll come back next week with a more worthy attempt >< Love you all and I’ll see you soon~~

❤ Yami Hyunnie ^^~


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Day 13: They have done more for me than I have ever expected…

Day 13: What is your favourite quote or a quote that means a lot to you?

Hi guys!! Today’s question is also a bit difficult because I believe that my life circles around numerous quotes. I feel that quotes are a way of life – it shapes who we are and how we live our life. So, I will mention a couple of quotes that mean a lot to me.

To begin, I will state the quote which has been my iPod home screen for years.

Learn from yesterday

Live for today

Hope for tomorrow

-Unknown Source

This quote really meant a lot to me for a while during my last years of high school. When times were tough, and the work was just getting too much, I used to just open my screen and I would see the quote. It definitely helped me rethink about my current life, and convinced me to change. It is so simple, yet it speaks so much.

Okay! Next one!

Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.

– Mahatma Gandhi

Ever since I was about 15, life wasn’t turning for the best. I had to treat my life precious, as certain events during the time allowed me to understand that most of the time, your life isn’t within your control. It can be taken away from you just as quickly as your life was given. And so, it was important to realised that you had to treat everyday as if it were your last. Also, education is the key to life. It is so important to be constantly learning since you have a brain for a reason (LOL). Knowledge is so important.

Final one! And it’s a pic!

This is applicable to anyone, especially to your loved ones :)

This is applicable to anyone, especially to your loved ones 🙂

A.A.Milne, as I hope you all know, is famously-recognised for creating and writing “Winnie the Pooh”, a book/cartoon that I had adored dearly. This quote, spoken by him, is so meaningful and never makes me forget that this life couldn’t have been possible without the love and support from my family and friends. I love them all dearly, and they mean to world to me, as I hope to do the same when I start my own.

So, enough said. I hope you all enjoyed this post and that you will join me again tomorrow. See you all soon~~

❤ Yami Hyunnie ^^~