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Alright, it's another brand new year! This year I'm going to turn 18, "legal" Hahaha like finally... though I'm turning 18 in about 8 more days, I'm still going to miss my 17 year old moments. Haha I don't wanna grow old... it was like yesterday I was only 14 and forever deciding what am I going to do in the future. I'm a person that will think a lot, like in 10 years time, what will I become, am I going to find a stable job or will I even get married? So in the end I'm still fearful about my future! But God know's there are more exciting moments that will come into my life right? :)

My Tapei Day 2 blogpost will be published latest by next week! Haha

2013 Resolutions/ What I wanna achieve this year

  1. Lose weight
  2. Good health
  3. Get my driving license
  4. Convince myself to take O levels. 
  5. Maintain my 4.0 GPA ( Do well in studies )
  6. Blog more often at least 5 blogpost per month.
  7. Visit Taiwan/Hong Kong again
  8. Probably pick up another language, Japanese? 
  9. Find the right person
  10. More money

Quite simple right. Hahaaha ignore the 9th one... doubt it will come so soon.

more great things to come! HUAT AHH!!! 


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