I’d like to think that I’m usually a positive person, however sometimes I too get bad days. What’s weird is that even on a ‘bad day’, there is no particular reason why it is as such, there hasn’t been something that happened to me that’s made me have a bad day.. but even so, I want to crawl into my bed with some “I’m angry at the whole world” music, shut the world out and have a good ol’ cry.
To grow as a person, we must question the way we do things, we must question the things other people ask of us and we must live outside of the comfort zone. We must make mistakes and learn from them, in order to be able to understand how to improve the way we do things, just like in research.
It’s easy to get into the habit of comparing yourself to others. I do it, you do it, everyone does it. It doesn’t matter what you’re comparing, but whatever it is, you will never win. Someone will always be better than you in something, perhaps they are prettier, smarter, more popular, more intelligent, more successful,… Continue reading You’ll never win if you just compare
This week has been a whirlwind of illness. As the weather seems to be getting cooler here in HK, lots of people are getting ill and unfortunately, I am one such victim. It doesn’t help that the boyfriend was also ill the week before so whilst I probably got it myself from the change in… Continue reading Sniffles, sore throat and a sprain.
That’s what I tell myself I have to be everyday. Why? Well, why not? Sometimes life throws you curve balls, you could be smiling and happy one day, then confused and frustrated the next. I’ve been like this recently- there have been things on my mind, uni stuff, research stuff, personal stuff, relationship stuff. I’m… Continue reading Positive Positive Positive
Hong Kong is one of the busiest places I have ever been to and it’s a place I absolutely love for the night life. It’s a non-stop city, always bustling, full of people and there is always this amazing buzzing atmosphere no matter what time of the day it is. If anything, I think it… Continue reading HK needs more than 24 hours!
Yo! It’s been a while since my last post unfortunately! >_< Something I have noticed in HK and from speaking to my seniors at Uni, is the very obvious hierarchy system that occurs in HK. In the UK, the line between a junior member of staff and a higher level one is sometimes very blurred.… Continue reading Seniors and hierarchy in HK