Day 37: Puzzle

Today I was assigned the topic: puzzle. My first plan was to write about my love for online puzzle games, but then I thought no. My second plan was to write about the last time I put together a puzzle, which was with a 2 year old and I got some pieces wrong. My thirdContinue reading “Day 37: Puzzle”

Day 31: The Teacher

One of my most inspiration teachers that I’ve ever had was Nadia. Nadia was my English Literature teacher when I was in year 12. She was the most eccentric and enthusiastic teacher I’ve ever had. Nadia loved books, and she loved teaching about books, and most importantly she had human interactions with books. By humanContinue reading “Day 31: The Teacher”

Day 30: Shopping

Honestly, if I had an endless amount of money and could buy anything, the first thing I’ll buy is a house. I don’t want a huge house with endless rooms because all my family members will move in, and I’ll rather save the money and buy them a house at least 30 minutes away fromContinue reading “Day 30: Shopping”

Day 29: Good Vibes

For me, good vibes is packing my suitcase for my holiday. It’s leaving work knowing I don’t have to come back for 2 weeks. It’s soaking my feet in warm water after lathering it with peppermint scrub as I relax on my chair. Good vibes is 30 degrees Celsius. It’s seeing family and old friends.Continue reading “Day 29: Good Vibes”

Day 24: Numbers

In school we are taught Maths and numbers because we’re told that they are necessary to navigate through life. I always think about the last time simultaneous equations or Pythagoras’s theorem was used in my life outside school; the answer is never. However, the skills that I learnt from Maths, such as problem solving, IContinue reading “Day 24: Numbers”