I just finished watching K-Drama Good Manager (Chief Kim). I was addicted to the series because it was really good. It’s not your everyday romance drama and it has its own uniqueness. And of course, it really inspired me to become a good manager in future. I have always dream to become a chief, or a manager at least. I know I’m far enough from being able to be in such position, but it’s always nice to keep something in your mind, right?
After watching the final episode, here I am, back to reality. This month is also going to be a hectic month. There are 2 programs going to be held in Kuala Lumpur in this month. And some assignments that I need to submit. You can also never forget about the mid-term tests. At the same time, I will also busy preparing for a project in August, which I am really looking forward to. Yup, there’s a lot of tasks to be done but I’m still sitting in front of this laptop and posting a new entry.
I also have some plans to make a giveaway in this month and please look forward to that. There were so many things and programs held in March but I don’t have the time to update all of them, and I’m sorry for that. But I would upload some photos of my updates in my Facebook, so you can go there and take a look if you’re interested.
In this entry I’m just going to share a slice of life thought. At first, it was really difficult for me to adapt with the situation in university. Mainly because of the course I’m pursuing right now. And it still does give me difficulties until today. I don’t know how many time I’ve already tell you this, but Management is really tough for me. There were times when I thought of changing courses and there were times when I felt like quitting. I thought it was a big mistake of pursuing Management when I’m only good in Sastera. But life made me think things through and Allah helped me in so many ways. He made the impossible becomes possible. I can’t say how much I’m grateful for His blessings.
So many unbelievable things happened to me in a year. Most of them were because I joined MPD (Majlis Penghuni Desasiswa). I was assigned with insane tasks which I’ve never done before. I complained to my mum and she said something that goes like this, “In order to achieve something, sacrifices must be made.” I felt relieved when she said that. From now, I will just view things from a positive side.
I do think my life is going well. I made new good friends, I learn new things and I get new experiences. I just need to focus a little bit more to my studies.
I think everything depends on your positivity. Some people complained a lot in their life. I, myself also complained a lot. We were too blinded with those hardships and obstacles happening around in our life. Try to put those things aside and see what’s beyond. Try to realize the good things happening in your life.
The people that loves you and will always be with you. Your parents that will cover you with a blanket when you’re asleep. The luckiest moments in your life. The feeling of being appreciated by others. The smile you shared with others. The rain drops that brings the breeze through your window. The sunny weather and when you don’t have to bring an umbrella outside. The feeling of eating a good ice-cream. The feeling when you’re watching your favourite shows. Everything. Every moment in your life is actually a good thing. It depends on how wide your eyes are open to see that.
Making things short, I just want to say that I’m feeling loved and blessed. Alhamdulillah. I hope others too are aware of how lucky you are to be able to live right now. Just put the negative things aside and see from the bright side. InsyaAllah, all is well.
Love, Nurina Izzati.