Daily Monday

Wrap-up: January ’17

It’s the first time I …
  • Spent my New Year and Chinese New Year alone
  • Spent so much on skin care products
  • Spent so much on Amazon
  • Used the word spent too much
  • Regret doing all the things listed above
One of my biggest challenges was …
  • Being able to keep my expenses low
  • Keeping my grades up for my management class
  • Being a little bit more outgoing
My little achievements
  • Getting a perfect score for my Japanese class presentation on Highways
  • Scoring constant A+ for my Japanese quizzes and essays
  • Got my management lecture essay score increased from 4 to 4.5 out of 5
  • I learned a bit of Korean!
  • Not giving into temptation and purchasing more winter clothes (lol)
  • Distancing myself from online-gaming
I was happy for
  • My new big brown rug (it’s so fluffy)
  • Receiving a Totoro keychain as a souvenir from my Japanese friend (my very first souvenir here!)
I was quite upset because
  • My new white Puma sneakers was too big for me 🙁
  • I lost the Totoro keychain at one point because the rope snapped
  • My favorite sweater’s got a hole on it …
It got unraveled
But, it’s okay!
  • I am currently attempting to return the shoes to the manufacturer
  • My lovely friend magically found the Totoro on the street!
  • Mom will fix it for me once I get back (and I’ve purchased a very cheap and good sweater in exchange)
My plans for February
  • Return to Indonesia to spend some time with my family
  • Purchase something as a souvenir for them
  • Study more Japanese in advance
  • And maybe some Korean
  • Plan a new schedule for the next semester
After this I’m going to …

Study for my final exams! It will end this Friday, so wish me luck! 😆

Author

Rin

A 22 y.o child at heart and office worker. Spends most of her free time browsing YouTube and playing RPG games. Has an attention span of 3 seconds and sucks at organizing her thoughts.

1 comment

  1. I wish you luck on your exams! I’m sorry you spent the new year and chinese new year alone. 🙁 I’ve been there and done that too. It’s not easy and always depressing, but you’ll get through it, and the older you get the less painful it is. Also, I know that feeling about spending too much money! You’re not alone on that! lol Just got to keep a budget! I hope you enjoy your trip going back to see your family! Also, I like the new layout of your blog!

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