of dUCks and wishes

Friday, July 21, 2017

Look at that purple bag I'm holding! Combining two of my favourite things, dUCk and also flowers.Okay so first of all this is going to be such a squealing fangirl blog post because hey, I've finally met Vivy and it was my first dUCk event after getting dUCked just less than a month ago. Also another update, I'm done with my first year of law school! I will write about that in my next post.

loving myself more

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Growing up is... exhausting. Surely, there must be a manual on how to adult and manage things better, right?! If there is any, I've missed it. I didn't read it and now, woosh, I blew the 20 candle on my birthday cake last April and got kicked into the fast lane of adult life. Woo-freaking-hoo.Turning into an adult also makes me feel like I have the need to always get myself loved and validated by some people in my life, which in return, bit me in the ass because sometimes, things doesn't go in our way. The people that we love might not love us back. The people that you're kind to sometimes will never treat you the same way as you expect to.

Ticking Off A 2017 Goal

Friday, April 07, 2017

I'm so sorry because I'm still on NAMCO withdrawal mode even though two weeks have already passed. Hehe. 

NAMCO is Novice Arbitration Mooting Competition, opened exclusively for law students who never mooted in a national or international competition before. It's prestigious because the top law schools in Malaysia will fight it out to bring home the coveted trophy. UiTM won back to back in 2015 and 2016, so the pressure was on us, the new Bilis Squad to keep the streak going.

Bandung, Indonesia

Saturday, February 25, 2017

It is I, the queen of late posts and procrastination. I was supposed to type out and publish this post somewhere earlier the week after returning to Malaysia but I was too busy preparing for a mooting competition. NAMCO to be exact. Yup, I made it to the team! I would probably do another post for that after the competition ends next month, but we're basically keeping everything under wraps now. Training is okay, but we barely have any holiday. Well, except for me. At the end of January, I went to Bandung, Indonesia for 5 days for a holiday with my family. I was dreading to tell my coach that I'll be leaving for the trip, but he said to have fun and it's okay to slack off. SCORE.

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