Wishful Thinking

I have to accept that there will be no such thing as a “break” anytime soon, similar to those summer breaks which I used to have in elementary. Come to think of it, I don’t remember that many summers where I spent it doing “nothing.” My most recent memory would probably be the summer before college started and I spent that summer traveling with my family and preparing for school. Other than that, I’ve spent summers in ballet, ending it with a recital in elementary until early high school. In the later years of my high school, I spent my summers doing outreach and going to the center. Come college, it has been nonstop adventures from summer classes to internships and exchange program.

Nothing has changed for the last summer that just passed. More happy details of which shall follow in a separate post. I would just like to remind myself to stop imagining a miracle where there won’t be classes for a week, because that won’t happen. The wishful thinking is just hurting myself. (hahahaha!) I have to accept that activities in my classes are piling up and I need to wake up to nail them. And yes, my recreational activities and org stuff must continue too. To work-life balance! πŸ™‚

Here we go!!!

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About Mariel Tan

Artist at heart who shares the spice in her life. Visit my blogs: https://marieltan.wordpress.com/ https://joiedevivremariel.wordpress.com/

2 comments

  1. Haha! Wishful thinking it is. No more summers. You’ll value vacations and holidays haha!

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