How To Have a Fun Summer?

I honestly don’t know how I can make this summer of mine fun enough for me not to regret anything when school starts this August. It’s really frustrating because I’ve got time in my hands, but I don’t know how to spend it wisely.

So, I downloaded all the seasons of Hannah Montana, Sonny With A Chance, and iCarly in the hopes of making the most out of this summer. I loved this shows and I didn’t think I’d get to watch them again after they got cancelled. I was thrilled when I started watching, at first, but now I think it’s a bit childish of me to be going back to the good old days (aka my childhood days) by watching these shows. Sure, they were so popular before and almost everyone was caught up in all the episodes, but I’m already 18 years old and most of the people I know are off travelling or doing amazing things. It kinda makes me feel kinda low about myself. An 18 year old girl who’s stuck at home watching some shows that used to be popular about people who had actual lives. That’s really sad.

Now I don’t even know how I’m going to make the rest of my summer legendary. I do not want to go back to college regretting the things I spent my time on during summer. I want to be able to look back at all of this and think “Hey I got a pretty wicked summer. I’m so ready to resume college and feel the hype of knowledge…” or something like that!

And I don’t even want to talk about anime. Fine, I thought I’d be super happy with all the time I have to watch my new anime and re-watch my favorites, but I’m not. I don’t know. I just started thinking that anime might not be for me anymore cause’ I’m already 18 years old and I should be doing something better with my life. Not that anime is a bad thing. Heck no. But maybe rather than spending all of my time lying down on the bed and hooked into some anime, I could be out there in the real world gaining new experiences and new knowledge. Of course I’d still spend a few hours (3 hours max) to watch anime, but I can’t let myself prevent me from doing something with my life, productive things.

I’m kind of brainstorming for business ideas because my dad is encouraging me to accustom myself more in the business world and to sharpen my sales skills. I’ve got a few good ideas, but I have yet to make an actual step towards it.

I’m -insert real name here- and I’m going to make this summer productive and awesome.

Hopefully, I’ll be able to write more updates about my business endeavors and my adventures to come here!





It’s Going to be Fine

Lately, I’ve just been going around and around this cycle of happiness and sadness and it’s just sad to think that up until now, I don’t really know how to make myself feel better about how things are right now, how it’ll continue being like this for at least another 4 years.

But that’s okay, I think. We don’t always have to have everything figured out. We may stumble around a few times, make mistakes, fail a bit, and that’s okay. In the end, we’re so much better for it because there are things that we learn, things we realize, and by experiencing those shitty stuff, we become a stronger and better version of ourselves. That is how we grow.

I mean, sure, a stubborn person like myself could make the same mistakes maybe once or twice (and by once or twice I mean maybe a couple of hundred times.. *cricket sound*) because I tend to forget the things that I’ve previously learned and sometimes just stick to what I want to do instead of following my mom’s advice of doing the things I need to do, first (cause’ I’m awful at prioritizing). But I will learn, eventually..

So, yeah, I just wanted to tell you that even though life isn’t looking that good for you, right now, just hang in there and face those problems with your head held high because whatever you’re going through is temporary and by learning from it, you will grow.

(Note: It’s Saturday, again, and I’m feeling fine. This post isn’t well written, but I hope I got my point across. I don’t know how my weekend will turn out to be, but it’s up to me to, at the very least, make sure that I don’t end up cramming for my Math exam by the end of it. Au revoir! )