Goodbye August. You’ve been bittersweet, as always.
And hello, September! In 22 days I’ll be back to lectures and, honestly, I’m looking forward to it right now. That’s how much I hate summer, I guess. I feel that by going back to the academic routine, I will recover my energy.
So bring it on!
My first month of summer holidays is over, and there’s only a little shorter than two months left before I start my third and final year in university.
Yes, third and last year… I can’t believe I’m saying that. It means that I passed all my second-year exams! That’s how good July was to me! 😊
Hi all, I’m back from my blogging break! I feel sorry for not posting my usual hiatus announcement, but I was so overwhelmed with work all of a sudden, that I immediately stopped all my activity. Anyone who knows me might have guessed the reason why: end-of-semester exams and assignments.
Ugh! I’m glad it’s over as it’s been my worst two months in a long time. In these weeks I learned how stress can attack me in new and unexpected ways.
Anyway, the good thing about not writing anything about my personal life during such a tense period is that now it’s all over, I can focus more on the positives than the negatives.
Hello. Did anyone see April? I hardly saw it coming, and I certainly didn’t see it go!
Having two weeks of holidays always makes the month appear shorter. Of course, when you’re having fun, you don’t notice the clock ticking away. Well, my holidays were far from exciting, but it was still nice to be away from campus.
Here’s what I did this month.
Hello, dear readers! We’re now in April, the fourth month of the year. That means we’re nearing the Easter holidays! I surely look forward to that, even though I’m already swamped with uni work.
In the meantime, take a look at what I’ve been up to in March.