Remember how I said that this September was the first September that I’d be working instead of going back to school?

Well… it ain’t happening.

I’m going back to school to get a Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations.
That being said, that means I’m no longer a graduate (from my college) because long story short, due to some “legality” issues, in order to pursue my Bachelor’s, I need to drop out of my college and not get the diploma, but I get the transcript to transfer into my undergraduate program.

It’s a bit upsetting to me, knowing that I spent more than 10k and not getting a diploma in the end because that school can’t sort their shit out. So, essentially, I just spent a lot of money to get a measly transcript, and guess what? The undergraduate program cost about the same for the diploma.

But, you know what? It’s just another bump in the road. I’m pretty sure I can get my undergraduate degree in about 2 years or less, which is still pretty fast compared to everyone else, haha. I’m buckling down to get this shit done with.

On the brighter side, I got a much more flexible schedule than my previous school which means I can work part time during my studies again… how I miss earning my own money!

Meanwhile, on the brighter side, this is what I’ve been spending my money on:

For the longest time, I was hesitant to buying an iPad mini because I already got a Samsung tablet and the sole purpose for the tablet was to read on it. However, I made the decision to switching to an iPad and couldn’t be more happier. My reading experience has improved and so has my entertainment usage. I do wish iBooks had more features… like, how about the basic, sort by last read?? duhh.

Yes, about a month (give or take a few days) since my first tattoo, I impulsively stopped by that tattoo parlor again for my second one! I was supposed to get it done with my friend but she didn’t save up for her tattoo yet, so we’re going back next month… maybe, I’ll get my third? I haven’t gotten anything planned yet so most likely not.

And, can’t forget new university swaaaag πŸ˜‰



  1. Yup! The second tattoo is one of my favourite quotes based off the The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, hence the little kite at the end. I love the quote because it basically translate to unconditional love to the ones in our lives (in the novel, it's based on a father-son relationship). It's not really dedicated to anyone specifically in my life but it acts ans an overall relationship to those I care most about.

  2. I thought it was very strange too as no school I've known has every done that but I guess it's their own policy. I'm just glad I get to continue my studies despite the misfortune with the previous school.

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