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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Try it.

I don’t believe it’s bad to trying out new things. It may seem or feel weird at first, but I don’t believe it’s a bad thing. Nope. Not at all.

As a matter of fact, I love trying out new things just for the heck of it. I might hate some, I might love some. I might even regret some, but I believe that this is what people have to go through in life; that is you have to make your own decisions. Always.

Sometimes, you might fall. Other times, you might crawl. But, you still have to move on, no matter what; because time will never wait for anyone. It’ll always carry on and on with its job. Even if we were to stumble and fall or get so sick you can’t even get out of bed anymore; it just won’t wait.

The truth hurts and life is never a bed roses. Never.

So, I believe one should always try to enjoy what is in their life; and there are endless new things to do in life. Endless.

A new appearance, maybe? Since you've always had long hair, why not trying out a short haircut or a perm or maybe dreadlocks for once. It’ll be fun, don’t you think so too?

Or maybe trying out a new style of clothing? There are all sorts of style like preppy, punk, modest, sophisticated, sporty, shlumpadinka, edgy, vintage, western, nautical, beachy, futuristic, rocker, casual, formal, or even hippie.

Whatever floats your boat I guess? (As long as you are comfortable in them.)

However, I believe the best way to trying out new things would be; to travel the world. Every culture and society is different to another; their food, religion, races, language, clothing, etc. Nearly everything is different! And that’s where you come in the picture. Travel the world, meet new people and understand the diversity of it all!

On the other hand, I understand if you don’t have the money to do so. So instead, you can just try out small things that won’t use much of your money like reading a genre of novels that you aren't used to or listening to a different genre of songs than those in your playlist or maybe learning a new language and discover some words that sound the same in your own language ( but has different meaning in another language or cooking up a new recipes or watching a new TV series. 

There are just so many new things to have a shot at and you would never know if you like some things unless you try them just as how you would not understand someone until you get to know them.

So, don’t just holed up in your own shell and wait for the days to past. The world is a vast place fill with amazing amazing things. One just needs to explore and find them out to experience them as they won’t just show up for anyone. It will take some of your effort but the end will be worth it.

So, why won’t you want to trying out new things?

Monday, July 7, 2014


Dear blog,

I noticed that I tend to laugh in a quite disturbing way lately.
Note: more-like-giggle/high-pitched/usually-to-myself/forgot-the-world/I-have been-given-the-look
I'm scared of the future*moretowhatI'llbecome*

Yours truly,

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Ought not.

One ought not look through food pics in the middle of the night.

*stomach grumbles* ...dang it.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

A message in a message.

I   ave taken a lil of my time just to write. To write what has been on my mind lately. As current, my mind's a jumble and it's not a pretty sight. L  st year was a fulfillment of sorts. I achieved many things and done so quite lavishly with few friends and families to whom I care most. Nonetheless, it'll be a lie if I were to say I didn't fail at anything. As such did I make much accom  lishments, I too have many regrets and foundering moments that I wish I could change or make better. Su  posedly, I should have tried more, worked harder, pushed myself to the limit. But I couldn't. Better   et, I didn't. I wouldn't. I couldn't lie to myself that I knew. I k  ew it all along. It wasn't that they were impossible. I mad   them impossible. Now it was too late. The deeds were done. And the year has passed. I kne   it was no use regretting but it still felt sore. Now a new year has begun. New resolutions? Should I? I don't reall   see the point. I didn't really achieve last year's resolutions. Why now? Seems like a waste. How  ver, a part of me is still holding on, I guess. Holding on to the thread that I may attain my goals, my dreams that I've regretted unable to secure before. "New year, new me!" they always say. And m  ybe, just maybe, I'll do so too. 

Sincerely with utte   respect,

Hannah Yee