Making notes in life

People make notes all the time. They make notes on their handphones of their schedules, take down notes during lectures, put up a note on the fridge to remind their family member to buy some milk because there’s no more left, and the list goes on. I, for one, am a frantic note-taker. I practically love taking notes. It not only serves as a memory-refresher later on, but it makes me feel that i have at least tried to participate and understand the lesson. Note that although i mentioned note-taking can exist in so many forms at the start, i end off the paragraph by saying i only take notes during classes.

How ironic. I need to learn how to take notes in life too. Taking note of people’s behaviour around me, what i’ve done right and wrong during the day, and taking note of how my friends are doing.

There are too many notes to be taken in life (I’m doing up notes for my Chem Olympiads and im dying from the colossally huge amount of content that is to be studied). But at least if you’ve tried, they remind you of what you’ve done, what kind of life you’ve led, and what imprints you’ve left behind.

Take notes diligently!! ^^


About Kimono Party Girl

I was born and bred in Singapore for the first 20 years of my life, and then I decided that even after flying all over the world as a flight attendant, life is still too boring. So, in search of more adventure and add spice to my life, I quit my job, packed up, and left for Japan - which is, to me, the promised land. I've always been fascinated with Japan ever since I was 8, thanks to Ayumi Hamasaki, aka the Britney Spears of Japan. She's the first J-pop singer that I have been obsessed with, and my first contact with the Japanese language was through her lyrics. Yup, I first learned my Hiragana from her song 'I am'. But what really sealed the deal was my first trip to Japan in 2010. The fresh air, the beautiful cherry blossoms, the endless fast fashion trends and the awesome food was what made Japan the land of my dreams, and it had since become my goal to one day live, work and party in Japan. So after working like a horse as a flight attendant for 2 years and saving up a decent amount, I made a big leap of faith and moved to the land of the rising sun. I have studied one year of Japanese and two years of graphic design. Currently, I'm in the midst of shukatsu (就活 - job hunting). Wish me luck!
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