Updates on Life

Greetings to all of you. May you have a nice day ahead. So, it has been a while since my last post that I did wrote containing about my ...

Greetings to all of you. May you have a nice day ahead. So, it has been a while since my last post that I did wrote containing about my life as a fresher a month ago. Now as I look into it, it has been a month already that I am starting my life as a degree student here. Time sure flies fast. This post has been in the draft for quite some time, as I am procrastinating all the time and being a slob like I am, this might take forever to be done. Fret not, I am glad that I could be able to write a thing or two about my life over the past few weeks. No other words needed for this, I am loving my life here. I have been surrounded by good people and I am thankful for that.

An update about my current life, right now I am enjoying a one week mid-semester break and I came back home. It seems like after all, family is all we got. I want to savor the moment that I have with my family and living it to the fullest. But here is the thing - I only had a few days to spend time with them and I will be coming back to Kedah on Friday. Talking about priorities and works, they wont leave me alone in peace.

Over the past few weeks, I really had fun spending my time with my precious ones, my friends or could I call them, my close friends that I have found. These past weeks back at the university,  I spent a lot time trying to get myself motivated, listening to good music and reading articles on law-related stuffs. But I actually spent very little time being motivated and working hard. I didnt want to start studying or doing homework until I felt fully inspired. Which meant that very little work actually got done. I learned that you just have to dive right into working hard.

Here is the thing - right now, the campus wont feel so familiar to you. You will get loads of assignments projects but you have to work better on your time management skills. It takes some time to get adjusted, but do not worry about too much things. The first semester is a struggle, but a worthwhile that teaches you a whole lot about yourself - quoted by a good friend of mine. You will find a group of friends who you can really talk and not stress about fitting it in with. You will hate the thought of being away from college and its endless opportunities and freedom. I have found the precious ones, whom I called my dear friends, that I love to spend my time with. 

Oh the great thing is - I have been selected to be in the Legal Research Team for the Moot Committee 2017/2018 tenure! It was one of my biggest dream to be part of the Moot Committee as I slowly taking my baby steps venturing into this kind of thing. I also signed up myself to a few of organisational clubs so that I can get active and participate in their events.

A cool aspect of university life that I had not previously considered is the opportunities it presents you to meet and mix with a diverse range of people of different ages and backgrounds. Something very different from the school classroom, because of this you can find yourself working with a whole group of people you might not normally consider socialising with. I want to expand my social cycle better and keep my network relationships strong. 

The most enjoyable and rewarding part over the past few weeks that I went through was making new friendships to share experiences with. I have found a new group of friends in my first semester, and I realized that I will be spending most of my time with them. I have no doubt that the future of my four years journey will be more enjoyable and memorable because of them. Whether it be stressing over an assignment that neither of us quite understood about it,  or rants about life problems, it is all so much better when you have someone to share the roller-coaster of your emotions with. I am looking forward to create memories with them in the future.

It is an experience that valuable to me that I would not trade it for anything. But you know, everyone has a different adjustment to college. So, even if you feel like you are not getting what you want out of university life, just make sure to live to the fullest and make it precious. Just realize that it is an experience for you to learn and grow from, because this is just the beginning. That is it, enough of my useless rants and I am signing off for the day. Stay tuned for the next post in which make take forever to be done. 

Love, Syfka