Mind still on break.



Jeez, someone needs to clean this blog up, it’s full of dust and cobwebs everywhere. Sheesh. Whoever owns this blog seriously needs to get their shit down.

Oh, wait, that’s me.

I’m sorry (not), again. My winter break was, well, a break, so obviously I wanted to use it to get over the horrible horrible horrible semester of classes last semester and travel with family and friends, so pardon me for not writing anything at all for the past two months or so.


Just a short update before I head to bed (I’ll do a more detailed post, or a series of posts, later if I feel like doing it). Spring 2016 semester has started last Tuesday. It’s my 6th semester of university, meaning that in 1.5 year(s? I never actually know if it’s 1.5 years or year tbh), I’ll be graduating from my first (and possibly last) undergraduate degree.

Time flies past so fast. God I’m getting old.

I was Facetime-ing with an ‘old’ friend of me (Fairuz), and I was telling him how I could have actually graduate this upcoming December if I wanted to (I decided against it, ’cause graduating in December is not fun). When I was telling him that, I was like, “Dang. I’m almost a senior already.” [Well, technically, I’m a senior standing right now but you get what I mean].

And yet, here I am, contemplating on what I want to do in life, what career I want to pursue, and whether or not I want to continue to graduate school or anything.

Yep. I’m still that indecisive.

But oh well. We’ll just see how things roll out to be in the future, eh? For now, I just have to focus on bringing my GPA up again after that horrendous results last semester. And hopefully my mind & focus come back soon, I think I’m still mentally on break now.

Until next time, whenever it is, stay awesome!


  • Hey syaza! i was just browsing around and stumbled across your blog (translation = i have work to do but decide to procrastinate instead). Anyway, don’t fret about getting a career now or wondering what you’ll do after you graduate. it’s good to have a vague idea of where you want to go after this, but don’t worry too much on the details. Insyallah the right rezeki will come when Allah wants you to embrace the opportunity.

    Like my supervisor (who’s really great with students) said: “You can’t possibly know what to do at this early age!”

    P/S: I still have no idea which line to go into after I graduate insyallah >< it's scary, no? But hey, you're not alone. A bunch of clueless folks like us are out there, but I'm confident we'll find a way to make things work 😉

    • Ahahahahaha. Thanks Kak Shahirah! 🙂 It’s just a bit intimidating here, UW-Madison business students are like super competitive and everyone’s like, “Oh, where are you interning this summer?” or “Did you get a job already? Where are you working after graduation?” and stuff like that. And I’m like, “Errr, why do you have to rush life so fast?” xD

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