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Friday, 2 December 2016 // 3:57 pm






 My tweet exactly.
 How is it already December?! Summer was just a few seconds ago!

These past few months some things have been going good, and other things could have gone better. But I’m still trickling along trying to take things a step at a time. I’ve started my new job—alas, one that is ending far too early. I love the people here (well, most) and I’ll be sad to say goodbye. I’m once again stuck in a limbo and at the beginning it got me really upset. I had finally gotten myself OUT of one only to be thrown unceremoniously into another in a span of a month.

But I’ve gotten over the initial shock and I’m finding a way to solve all the problems along with it. I’m so thankful to have my supportive family and friends with me, always cheering me on and ready to catch me if I slip.

I’m still working on the new website revamp + getting my creative stuff up! It’s slowly making progress, I haven’t cast it aside, doing random bits and bobs between work, social stuff and me-time, hah. Ever since I’ve started working in an office I realize how precious my weekends are. I never knew the constant war I’d have with myself about whether I wanted a nice lie-in weekend or a jam-packed going-out-on-the-town weekend. I try to balance both, delegating Saturdays for outings and Sundays for a lazy day.

Now that Christmas is coming up I’m sure I’ll be having even more difficulty squeezing the lazy days in, haha. I’m honestly not sure if I’m looking forward to Christmas this year. I was up to two weeks ago until I found out I wouldn’t be able to make it in time for Christmas back home. Christmas without family is just… meh. But I’ll find something to do, and I’ll probably be seeing them during Chinese New Year anyway!

Christmas seem both too far away and too fast, at the same time.

In any case it’s the first weekend of December! I’m catching Moana tonight and tomorrow, a Christmas market! I’m really excited for this month despite problems buried on my shoulders. But, as Newt Scamander says in Fantastic Beasts(really good by the way, I was pleasantly surprised), worrying is suffering twice. There is absolutely nothing I can except my best, and hope the rest will pan out.

Hope everyone is feeling the festive air as well!