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This Is The New Year, A New Beginning

It's rather shocking to believe that it is already 2014 and scary that the number is increasing every year, it's somehow like yesterday was only 2008 when I first started this blog as a personal diary. In a blink of an eye, it's already freaking SIX YEARS that passed by. Moreover, I'm becoming more practical now in doing work, because every time is about contributing your own efforts and achieving your dreams. For this 2014, I'm going to be just a little low down compared to last year because this year is rather a intense year compared to last year. My work is going to be doubled and I need to get the hang of the new changes. I also realized that I have been delaying my weight management for YEARS, and My initial plan for now is to lose weight before I enlist into the army and not after. I need to pick up a more healthy and dieting lifestyle from this year before I really break the record for exceeding the scale.  Furthermore, I do wish that I will continue to strive for excellent grades and it is really very hard for me to maintain because it's like sending yourself to war and you are shielding yourself until the war ends.

My 2014 Resolutions:
  1. To lose 20KG by end of this year! (I'm actually not going to focus on dieting because I'm still a foodie and I want to continue blogging about food, so it's gonna be intense exercising for me.)
  2. To get the driving license! (Update: I passed my BTT lol! Going to apply for FTT soon)
  3. Maintain my grades! 
  4. Be more committed to church activities 
  5. Stay healthy, advocate a more healthy living lifestyle
  6. To cut down on dyeing chemical stuff onto my hair (I've had enough of it for the entire year previously) 
  7. Hopefully to be able to explore and meet new friends! (You also know that friends come and go, and always uncertain who is going to break off your friendship with you.) 
  8. Lastly, to stay happy! 

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