A Change in the Weather

A change in the weather also means a change in lifestyle for most of us. We go from enjoying our summer break back to school. Maybe we go back to the same school and see our old friends, or we might go to a completely new school, in a new city, where we don't know anybody. We might even be moving out for the first time and live without our families. 

No matter the situation, things could get tough. I know it was for me. In the first month, I felt so overwhelmed by all the changes in my life. For example, chemistry, a subject that I never really had any trouble with, suddenly became super difficult, and I found that I was no longer "good" at it anymore. Which, you know, triggered a "WHAT IS LIFE" moment for me for quite a while, haha.

But, I knew that I could not feel that way forever, so I did something that knew would get me out of that rut. I had to quit complaining, and quit feeling crap about myself. (what a surprise, eh?) It seems like common sense, but I feel like so many of my peers don't know that. I did whatever was necessary to get to where I wanted to be, asked the necessary questions, and didn't let the stress get to me.

I guess my point to all this is that change will come. And at first, you will probably have moments where you hate it, but in the end, the only thing that will make the situation better, is if you accept it. When you learn to accept the new "normal" and adapt, that's when you grow.

Taken with the iPhone 6s by him
Taken with the iPhone 6s by him
Hope you liked these photos that didn't really have anything to do with what I wrote, other than the title, LOL :)


Sight-seeing Around the Uni

Ugh. I feel like I'm going to have to apologize every single time I write a blogpost now... but well... Yeah sorry, midterms have rolled around and I seem to have been wiped off the face of my blog.

But here are a couple of photos I took around the university. I wanted to take some photos of the inside of buildings too, but I didn't really get a chance to do that, as I would have needed to take pictures when people weren't around (and people are always around). Maybe that'll be a different blog post... We'll see :)

Honestly, I'm so blessed to live in such a beautiful environment, with so much greenery (although it won't be green for long!) And I just wanted to share it with you all.
Is this not the cutest place ever?
There's this awesome trail on the outskirts of the campus.

Woke up one day and it was super foggy!
On our campus, there are many deer.
They just casually rule our world :P
I just love how modern some of the buildings look.

I might do a few more nature-y shots once all the leaves turn an awesome colour, it'll be sooo beautiful!

Thanks for reading,


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