My Life’s Sweetest SABLAY 🌻

It’s the busiest time ever so I can’t find the time to write a blog post regarding my college graduation. I’ll be putting here instead all the messages and posts that I have posted on my social media accounts (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).

The Most-Awaited SABLAY Picture and Obligatory Message
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DELA CRUZ, JELYNDA URBANO
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Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (Economics – Political Science)
University of the Philippines – Baguio
Cum Laude
Elected Member, Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society of Social Sciences
Elected Member, The International Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
UPB Economics Society, UP Subol Society Baguio Chapter
—————————————————–Puno man ng detours ang Road to Sablay ko, at least nakarating din ako sa patutunguhan ko kaya naman nais kong magpasalamat sa lahat ng taong naging parte ng paglalakbay na ito.

Sa mga magulang ko — Mama, Papa, maraming salamat sa lahat! Alam kong hindi sapat ang mga salitang ‘yan para sa lahat ng pagsasakripsyo ninyo para sa aming tatlo nina Jessa at Tristan (lalo na sa akin) kaya naman kahit na nakakatamad na madalas, pinagtiyagaan ko yung IBANG makakapal na readings (yung iba kasi tuluyan ko nang sinukuan at hinayaan lol) para mag-homerun para makasama ko kayo sa stage. Salamat sa pag-welcome sa akin sa bahay with open arms tuwing umuuwi ako kahit na alam kong minsan umay na kayo kasi weekly na lang akong bumaba.  Tapos pala, Ma, Pa, pag umuuwi ako minsan tapos sinasabi kong wala na akong class, ang totoo niyan umaabsent talaga ako. Minsan kasi nakakapagod na at gusto ko nalang talaga umuwi at huminga. Haha! Minsan din pala umaabsent talaga ako para matulog kasi “acads is life but sleep is lifer.”  Wala na hindi niyo na ako mapapagalitan kasi tapos na. Hahaha! Salamat hindi lang sa pagiging financier, pero sa lahat. Salamat sa pagtitiwala ninyo lagi sakin kahit minsan nakakapressure na kasi grabe tiwalang binibgay niyo (lol). Wala lahat ‘to kung wala kayo! Mahal ko kayo.  Two down. Si Tristan na lang! 

Salamat din sa mga kapatid kong (Jessa at Tristan) naging inspirasyon ko para makamit lahat ng ‘to. At kay Nanay Pat, sa mga pinsan, at sa mga tito at tita na naging katuwang ko at ng mga magulang ko para matapos ‘to, maraming salamat sainyong lahat! Hindi ko na kayo iisa-isahin kasi sobrang dami natin. Haha! I am so blessed for having all of you in my life. Salamat sa suporta ninyong lahat. I am sharing this achievement to all of you!

Sa mga kaibigan ko, lalo na dun sa mga totoong kaibigan ko talaga  (alam niyo na kung sinu-sino kayo), maraming salamat! Maraming salamat sa laging pagtitiwala at sa low-maintenanced na friendship, grade school friends! Kina Clyde at Rosalie na hindi nang-iwan nitong mga nakalipas na taon, thank you!  Sa college squad ko, Iris, Justine, Pia at Gleney, salamat kasi kayo yung naging karamay ko talaga sa loob ng apat na taon sa UP (at sa labas din haha). Kay Gino na naging karamay ko nitong nakaraang walong taon na, salamat dahil sa loob ng apat na taon sa Baguio, (hindi ka nang-iwan. Nagpaparinig ako Eyra at Eyna haha jk love you beshies!  Thank you din sainyo at kay Elaine kasi kayo kasama kong nag-adjust nung unang taon natin sa Baguio) nandyan ka para makakwentuhan at makausap lagi tungkol sa kahit na anong bagay o chika (mapa-Baguio o Pangasinan man ‘yan). Kay Melanie na first college friend ko at sa buong Econ Dos Bloc 2013, salamat sainyo! Ang saya niyo kasama! Mamimiss ko kayo!

Sa natatanging dalawang orgs ko, UPB Economics Society at UP Subol Society Baguio Chapter, maraming salamat sa oportunidad na ibinigay ninyo para makilala ko pa ang sarili ko. Ang saya maging parte ng pamilya niyo!

Sa mga naging propesor ko sa UP, lalong-lalo na sa mga propesor ng Soksay at Department of Economics and Political Science, maraming salamat po mga Ma’am at Sir! Iba kayo! Thank you for sharing your knowledge and life stories.

Sa lahat ng nagtiwala na kaya ko, maraming salamat sainyo!

Maraming salamat, UP!

At higit sa lahat, Papa God, sobrang thank You! Naging posible lahat ng to dahil Sa’yo! Indeed, To God Be All the Glory! 😇🙏💖
#HusayAtDangal 💖💖💖”

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To Econ Soc and Subol,
Maraming Salamat! 💙💙

 

SABLAY 2017 🌻: The Detours Brought Me Here
HIGHLIGHTS and MESSAGES

_DSC0376About My Graduation Look.
“Sabi ko nga, puno ng detours ang Road to Sablay ko. Ang hindi ko lang in-expect, sa mismong araw din pala ng pag-Sablay ko, may detour pa ring mangyayari. I wasn’t planning to wear this. I was going for a simple off-shoulder white dress but yea. Last minute changes happened. Another “detour” happened during my last day in college and once again, it turned out great! 🌻💕”

PS. Prepared ang beshy niyo pero na-late ako! As in legit na muntik na akong di gumraduate!!! Last day as a college student and i was still late as usual. Classic me! 😭🤣But to be fair, it wasn’t entirely my fault. The salon has to do with it too.

The Laude Dream. 


“Pag sinabi ko sigurong hindi ko naman talaga goal noon na gumraduate with Latin Honors, madaming hindi maniniwala. Madaming magsasabi na pa-humble pa ako, na ang dami kong arte, etc. But you know what? Wala na akong pake. Sabi nga ng kaibigan kong si Maegan, ‘…Pibabalik ed si ka da agda ak met kabat.’ Hindi naman talaga yan kasama sa goals ko. Pagkapasok ko ng UP apat na taon na ang nakakaraan, wala akong kaplano-plano. Sabi ko pa noon, I’ll just go with the flow. Gusto ko, tahimik lang buhay ko. Walang expectations. Walang pressure. Nadala na kasi ako sa nangyari sa akin noong hayskul. Nasaktan ako noon sa totoo lang. Nasaktan ako hindi dahil sa kahit na anong award na hindi ko nakuha. Nasaktan ako dahil alam kong na-disappoint ko ang mga magulang ko kahit hindi nila sinabi sa akin.

First sem, first year college. Hindi ako college/university scholar. Ni hindi ko nga alam na may ganun pala. Nagulat nalang ako nung second sem kasi first time ko yun. Dun ko lang din nalaman na may ganun pala. Umattend ako ng convocation nun kasama sina Iris at Michael. Ang saya pala nun. Na-enjoy ko yun kasi nagkaroon ako ng chance na makakamay sila Sir Nimreh (fangirl alert haha) at makapagselfie at picture kasama sina Ma’am Mendoza at Ma’am Mai (na favorite ko since Pol Sci 11 happened). Pero alam niyo ang pinakanakapagpasaya sa akin ng sobra? Birthday ko kasi kinabukasan nun kaya balak ko talagang umuwi ng araw din ng Convocation. Umuwi ako dala yung certificate na nakuha ko. Nagulat pa mga magulang ko nun kasi hindi naman nila alam na may awarding o certificate na ganun. Balak ko kasi talaga silang i-surprise. Yung reaction nila nun, yun yung reaksyon na hindi ko nakuha nung gumraduate ako nung hayskul. Yun yung reaksyon na matagal kong hinintay na makita ulit.

Na-receive ko yung pinakaunang certificate ko sa college pero no pressure pa rin. No expectations. Sige lang. Go lang. Tapos tuwing may Convocation na darating, lagi pa naming sinasabi ni Iris nun na a-attend kami kasi sayang tapos baka last na kasi namin yun haha.

Matapos ang ilang certificates at Convocations, hindi ko pa rin alam kung ano ba cut-off nung grades para mag-laude. Na-curious nalang din ako nung lagi na akong tinatanong ng ibang kakilala at blocmates kung laude standing daw ba ako. Lagi ko pang sagot noon, “Ay hindi ko alam. Paano ba malalaman?” Lol. Tapos ayun nga. Nalaman ko yung cut-off grade. 

Nitong fourth year ko rin talaga parang na-feel yung pressure. Na-motivate kasi talaga ako nung in-advice ako ni Sir Ruel (Caricativo) nun. I-homerun ko na raw kasi last year naman na. Kayang-kaya na raw. Tapos nalaman ko rin kasi na pag graduation, hindi pala makakaakyat ng stage yung mga magulang. Makakaakyat lang sila pag laude ka. Yun yung naging driving force ko talaga. Gusto ko kasing mapaakyat ng stage mga magulang ko. Alam ko kasing deserve nila yun. Deserving silang umakyat ng stage kasi pinaghirapan nila lahat ng to.

For the past years, lagi kong sinasabi sakanila na wag silang mag-expect. Nitong kalagitnaan ng last sem nalang din nila nalaman na laude standing ako. Wala akong nakuhang pressure mula sa kanila. Ako lang din namimressure sa sarili ko minsan sa totoo lang. 😅 Pero worth it naman. Worth it kasi kasama ko silang tumanggap nung diploma ko. Worth it kasi, nasusuotan ulit ako ng medalya ng Papa ko (peyborit niya kasi yun lol). Kaya naman, Mama at Papa, para sainyo talaga ‘to! Thank you for being my number 1 motivators and supporters! Mahal ko kayo! 💕”

IMG_1279The Squad That Sablays Together, Stays Forever.

When it was decided that I’ll attend UP Baguio for college, my original plan was to transfer to Diliman after year. But then, it’s really hard to give up things such as friendship. I got to know these four wonderful people and the rest is history. “This friendship is one of the reasons why I chose to stay.” To Iris, Justine, Pia, and Gleney, thank you for putting up with me and thanks for the four amazing years! Our friendship is one of the reasons why I had a blast this college!
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Justine.
“My thesis partner, partner in papers, reports, in everything. Sure thing, you’ve been a very responsible and reliable partner in acads. 😀 But the more important reason why I’d like to thank you is for being such a great friend these past four years. Mumshie, beshy, bro, brad, thank you for everything. You made my everyday in college easier and crazier. Kahit minsan nakakapagod na, nilulookforward ko na lang sa pagpasok e yung kadaldalan at harutan nating lima nila Iris, Pia at Gleney. Way to go, brotha. Galingan sa law school. IF EVER tuluyan ko nang talikuran ang pagla-law, ikaw nalang din tumupad nung plano ko noon para sa sarili kong yan. 😂 I know that you can do it. I am rooting for you. Make us, make me, even prouder of you. I’ll be waiting for that day that I could get to call you Atty. Justine Manuel! You go gurl! 😘”

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Iris.
“My homerun buddy. Thank you for the friendship and for listening every time I need someone to talk to. Maraming Salamat kasi naging karamay kita sa LAHAT. Totoo nga yung sinasabi nila na mas masaya yung “tagumpay” kung may kasama ka. Mas masaya yung makatanggap ng awards ng hindi nag-iisa. I am so happy that I experienced those victorious moments with you. Naging mas madali rin yung paghohomerun kasi nandyan ka na pwede kong makausap palagi. You were there to serve as both a reminder (lalo na every time ang tamad ko at panay pagbaba/uwi nalang nasa utak ko 😂) and a motivator. Thank you sa mga mababaw na usapan. Thank you sa pagdamay sa mga kaharutan at landi moments (this goes both sides 😂). Salamat dahil naging mabuti (at baliw) kang kaibigan. Yung sinasabi ko sayo ha. You choose and do what will make you happy. Fighting! 😘”
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Jessa.
“Thank you for all the love and support. Thank you for speaking up for me every time I cannot do it myself. I appreciate it every time you’re the one who breaks my problems to our parents. Thank you for being there always. I am sharing this achievement to you. Just like what I told you, always remember that no matter what happens, we are a team. There will always be those narrow-minded people, worse even our own relatives, who won’t stop comparing us. But mind you, I don’t care. I hope you won’t and don’t either. Continue chasing your dreams your own way. I’ll support you no matter what. Remember that. 💕”


And then, everything became Nayser

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When I got to know you.

“One of the unforgettable detours. Abalang ko binmato ak la. Andi ni manaya.” Tuloy Pa Rin pala. ❤️️

I wouldn’t change anything when it comes to the decisions that I have made (that concerns you). You definitely became a big part of my college life. You taught me things and you’ve proven me wrong. If I would be given the chance to turn back time, I’d choose to fall all over again. No regrets.
Thank you for the happy memories and life lessons. And thank you for making my heart beat that fast again. ❤️️

PS. Sorry for “snubbing” you the first time (I can’t still remember it tho 😂). But as what I’ve told you, I’m not really a snob! Hope I proved you wrong, too. 😉

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The End of My Road to Sablay.

Finally, after a couple of detours, I already reached the end of my Road to Sablay. I will surely come up with plans for my future, but I’d still be willing to take detours, for sure. 🌻💕
Maraming salamat, UP! 
To God Be All The Glory! 😇


Signing Off,

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What to Deal With This Sem Be Like

So classes have finally started and just got over with its first week yesterday. After the first meeting in each class, I sorta “contemplated” and enumerated some of the things that I gotta deal with and look forward to this coming four months.

Ontology of Social Science class. After the first meeting last Tuesday, what really concerned me was the seating arrangement. The squad isn’t in the class with me because they already took the class last sem plus, no bloc mates too aside from well, Lors. The majority of the class are junior students so I knew then that I was in trouble most especially because the only available seat when I arrived (suits me right for being late the first day! Lol) was between Norvy and Kuya Richard. And believe me, any talkative person like me wouldn’t want to sit between these two guys! Ha ha! I could even remember what I told my friends and housemates the night of that same day. I kept on telling them that I hate that seating arrangement and I don’t think I could survive the next four months or so seating between those two. Mapapanis ang laway ko bes! 😅 That is why during the next meeting, last Thursday, I already sat beside Gino.

Epistemology of Social Science class. I think I am gonna love and sort of hate this class at the same time. I am gonna love it obvi because of Doc J! Damn who wouldn’t love being in his class? Whenever I am in his class, I feel like I am in one of those classes I usually and only watch in movies. Lol! He’s such a genius that though it’s gonna be hard and nerve cracking the entire sem, I know it’ll be worth taking it still. I really looked forward attending one of his classes so I think it’s a good thing that before I leave uni, i got the chance to. The problem though is that I know that I gotta strive hard to pass this course. Haha! Damn, that moment he handed us our syllabus, me and my friends couldn’t stop looking at each other, exchanging glances. Syllabus at course outline palang nosebleed at pamatay na, how much more yung readings at classes, di ba?! Ito pa, according to Doc J, if we thought reading Anthony Giddens is hard, then we’re wrong. Kung sa listahan niya, pinakamadaling intindihin s Giddens, kamusta naman yung iba? Kamusta naman si Ricouer?! This class will definitely drive me crazy and I know it! Another thing that I gotta deal with is me being stunned every time he talks. Legit na napapatunganga ako tuwing nagsasalita siya. When he does his lecture, I don’t do anything but stare at him. I can’t stop it I always forget that I have to jot down notes. Haha! I love how he says those Greek and Latin words. The words theoria, knomos, and episteme keep on ringing in my head since day one, i cannot! 😍😂

Natural Science class. I love science since the day I knew about its existence but aside from the lessons that we’re gonna take up in this class, another thing that I really (and still) look forward to are my classmates. Poging classmate to be exact! Hahaha! Since this class is a GE, then there is this big possibility that I’ll see and meet new faces from the other colleges. That’s why Iwaited  for the class (Lol ang harot!). But I guess the time isn’t right yet for me, Pia and Iris to boy hunt (ano raw?! haha). Aside from dogsinupb.wordpress.com, I don’t know anything else yet about the class and the prof. I don’t even know if the prof is a he or a she! Damn. He/She didn’t meet us yet this week since he/she is in Cebu for a conference so he/she just asked us to go and visit his/her blog. Last Thursday though, we had the chance to meet and know some of our classmates for the supposed to be second meeting and we (Iris, Pia and I) can’t stop ourselves feeling a bit disappointed because there’s no one who caught our attention. We were surprised too that there’s just a few of us in the class. We expected it to be a big class. What we can just do as of now is to wait and hope that the “cute” guys were absent last Thursday and we’ll see them when the class actually starts next Tuesday. Can’t wait! Hihi. (DISCLAIMER: This is nothing serious. Pangkatuwaan lang yang paghahanap ng poging classmate para hindi boring yung class. Yung class hours kasi 1:30-3:00, nakakaantok! Lol).

PE (Frisbee) class. I don’t know what to expect or look forward to because honestly, i never get excited talking about PE. And also, until now i am still hesitant and am still questioning myself for enlisting FRISBEE FOR PE! Damn what I was even thinking?! Hadn’t have the chance to meet my classmates and prof just yet because there were no classes last Wednesday in Baguio for the Miss Universe candidates’ parade in the city. Hindi talaga ako nae-excite mag-PE! Sinong ma-e-excite gumising ng 7am aber? Worse, sinong ma-e-excite mag PE uniform every 7am in this kind of Baguio weather?! Tell meeeee!!!  Damn, i hope i could find something fun to enjoy this class this sem. Haha!

International Relations class. I know since this sem started that this is going to be my fave class this sem because obvi, aside from it is a Political Science class, it’s Ma’am Mai, one of my all-time faves, who’s teaching it! That’s why instead of getting bored and all that about school on Fridays, and instead of feeling lazy since it is the only class I have to take every Friday, I feel super excited and happy about it! Pol Sci is life! 

First week is over but to be honest, I haven’t set my mood and mindset for the fact that it’s already the time to get back to school just yet. It is so hard to let vacation goooo! But since I promised myself that I’ll put my shits together this weekend and try and DO my very best to pull my game face out once i get back to Baguio on Monday, then I’ll try. I’ll do that. Game on! 😉

Inch by inch we’re moving closer… vacay

The first thing I did the moment I woke up was to finish my last paper requirement for the sem. I finished writing my paper in my Political Philo class about Duterte being a Machiavellian (will surely post my paper here later on). After submitting it to Sir Ali through mail, I then started packing up my things because I am already going home tomorrow!!! Yeepee!

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After packing and organizing my stuff, I then started to prepare because Iris and I would meet to buy some bubble wrap and Christmas wrapper for our graduation photos. We actually thought of giving them as Christmas presents to our parents. 😊

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Christmas present for the parentals

We roamed around Session Road and ate luch at McDo then decided to go home first to wrap the photos before going to school for Pasik.

I went to school at around 4pm because iris already texted me. When I arrived and went to CSS to meet the squad, another good news was actually waiting for me! Our thesis’ already bound!!!

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Thesis Bound!!! #RoadToSablay2017

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Iris – Justine – Me

We took some photos first before going to the parking lot for the lantern parade.

Since this years’ Pasiklaban’s gonna be my last Pasik as a UP student *cross fingers to this* I really waited and looked forward to it.

Pasiklaban is annual celebration of the entire UP Baguio community every December. It is like a Christmas party celebration and a sem-ender party for all UPB students. It is also during Pasik that the students get the chance to watch their fave professors perform as each college needs to prepare a presentation for the program.

The program usually starts through a lantern parade. The students march along Session and Harrison Road chanting. This year, I have decided to join the squad in the EconSoc during the parade since I was with the Subolites the previous year.

After the parade, we proceeded to the Oblation Grounds for the program proper. Some of the highlights of the program include APO’s Oblation Run, the dacing glowng sticks (hehe), the intermission numbers coming from the performing orgs like TABAK, UPB Dance Troupe (which I should say was superb that I didn’t actually expect it to be that beautiful) and of course, Shadows. The UPB Obra also prepared a something for the event. And as what everyone’s expecting and looking forward to every Pasik, the instructors and professors from every college didn’t also fail us! Everyone’s performance and presentation were unforgettable and very entertaining. TEAM CSS SUPREME PA RIN PERO!!! #Biased haha! For every college’s performance, kindly check these links out: College of the Social Sciences and the Institute Management College of Science (i can’t find CAC’s huhu). And of course, one of my all-time faves during Pasiklaban, the fireworks display!

Merry Christmas, UP Baguio! 🎄

 

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Today’s also the scheduled Lighting Ceremony  in UP Baguio but since we were in La Union the whole day, we missed it and we weren’t able to actually see how they lit up the lights in the campus.

It was already late (around 8pm or so) when we arrived at Baguio and the moment I got off the bus, I saw how lit UP is. There are so many Christmas lights and the whole campus is very lit that I couldn’t help myself but to see the place first before going home. I entered uni and gahd, it felt so great. Christmas is really here! Seeing the Christmas tree and lights in the oblation ground was the best way to end this perfect day! Merry Christmas, UP Baguio! ❤

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HELL OH, DECEMBER!

Finally, it’s December!

Compared to past few years, I welcomed December today with a heavy heart. Not because I am not happy and excited but because of Finals week and the bunch of academic requirements and deadlines that I need to meet and accomplish. November ended so heavily and here comes December bombarding me with lots of report and paper deadlines AND THESIS!!! And also, not mentioning, I took my last exam for this sem today.

It was bittersweet starting this month with my final exam in the hardest course I have this semester, Econometrics (it could’ve been easier if i am only diligent in reading the assigned readings and lessons but no lol).

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Ang hirap mong mahalin at ipaglaban pero alam kong worth it naman kaya kakayanin ko hanggang sa huli #UP  #UPHugot #nux 

 

WANTED: THESIS PARTNER

So it’s the first day of classes for the second semester today. Everything turned out great actually. I had so much fun with all my classes and my professor in Social Science 199 (Methodological issues in social science research) is one of the main reasons why this day turned out as what and how it is.

Sir Ali just gave an overview of the course (as how first meetings usually go on). He shared some “inspiring” stories. Honestly, I found him very intimidating at first. Well, he still is but it changed a bit after our class this afternoon. While he was talking in front of the class, he really got all of our attention. I think it wasn’t just because of his inspiring words but also because of his sense of humor and wit. I found myself really paying attention on every word he was saying and while listening to him, I could feel myself wanting to think and look for a thesis topic already. That’s how inspiring he is! Haha.

He talked about TIME being a limited resource thus we need to maximize it. PINAMUKHA NIYA SA AMIN THAT STARTING TODAY, WE  HAVE 122 DAYS BEFORE WE SUBMIT OUR THESIS PROPOSAL SO WE SHOULDN’T WASTE OUR TIME! I panicked and am still panicking up to this moment ’cause i couldn’t think of a thesis topic yet! 😩

He also asked us if we can already see ourselves wearing our SABLAY and marching to get our diplomas on GRADUATION DAY. Graduating (on time) is a very sensitive and serious topic for all of us, I must say. It made us quiet for awhile and then laughed all of a sudden. It’s crazy how the topic makes us laugh and tensed at the same time. Lmao! He said that WE SHOULD picture ourselves on that very special day. I think it really is important picturing ourselves graduating ’cause personally, it inspires me. IT F-ing INSPIRES ME THAT I WANNA CRY AND FINISH ALL THIS UNI STUFF ONCE AND FOR ALL!

He also shared this story about him and his two other friends. The story was supposed to remind us (again) about EXPECTING THE UNEXPECTED AND… the WORST CASE SCENARIO. He told us how the three of them were sent to UP Diliman to take their masterals (him on Political Science, his one friend on Philosophy and the other friend on Economics). So according to him, his Econ friend who studies every night dropped his courses because he got envious of his other friends who already have jobs and are earning a lot of money. He chose to look for a job instead of finishing his masteral. His PolSci friend on the other hand, having 3 units left before finally finishing his masteral, wasn’t able to finish it because he chose to become a father. He focused on his paternal responsibilities. That left Sir Ali the only one who pursued and pushed through his masteral. He said that on the day that he needed to defense his thesis, he got emotional. He cried while holding his thesis paper because he knew by then that everything depended on it. He spent years of his life for that thesis. While his friends were already earning a lot of money and started to have and build their own families, he was there, left by his girlfriend who went to America, giving so much of his time and effort on his THESIS. Ganun daw talaga. YOU NEED TO KNOW YOUR PRIORITIES. And then he asked us, “Ano bang priority niyo? BOYFRIEND OR THESIS?”

Baka nga thesis na rin gawin kong boyfriend in my remaining years in college e. Kasi sabi rin ni sir, “ANG THESIS PARANG LOVE…

lagi mong iniisip… at nagsisimula sa magandang PROPOSAL.

And that is what this course is all about: THESIS PROPOSAL.
That’s why he gave us TIPS ON CHOOSING A THESIS PARTNER (my fave part of the discussion awhile ago haha!):

  1. Don’t make your boyfriend (or love interest) your thesis partner. Magbibreak kayo!!!
  2. Don’t make your best friend your thesis partner.Magf-FO (friendship over) kayo!!!
  3. At kung pipili ng thesis partner, dapat ay yung matalino, mayaman, mayroong maraming oras, at may MAGANDANG REPUTASYON. 

I know that for sure, this course could and would be so stressful, frustrating, and heartbreaking. It could be a bloody hell. But I’m still hoping that I could learn a lot from it, enjoy it, and most importantly (Lol! I’m just being realistic haha!), pass it!!! Fighting!

SOOOO. LA-LOVELIFE PA BA AKO SA LAGAY NA ‘TO? LOL 😅😅😅

 

Because… Econ Major

So this was what made me busy the whole weekend. For two days, i was pre-occupied of my paper on my International Economics (Econ 141) course. Due’s still on December 3 but i need to do it ahead of time because there are still a lot of school requirements that i need to attend to. Finally, i finished it tonight. And I must say, today’s the most productive day I’ve ever had the entire semester! Hahaha! 😂 Way to go, Hell week! I am so ready for you! Needa get over with you ASAP because Christmas break’s waiting for me! 😉 🎅 🎄