I am probably the worst when it comes to keeping documents. I am more used to keeping soft copies – save them in a storage device and just retrieve it anytime I need it. Even my Papa told me once that I should keep necessary documents like receipts for at least 5 years. Come one, how can I keep that in such a long time?
I do keep documents, but I don’t do them in a right way. Test papers, registration forms, receipts, and even scratch papers, name all kinds of documents, I keep them for at least one semester. All I do is stuck them in a book, an old magazine, in any random bag I see, sometimes under my pillow. Can you see how organized is that? Haha.
Now that I’ll be handling more documents, I decided to become more organized. To start that, I bought a clearbook where I could put all the necessary documents I have to keep.
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I have already applied for NBI clearance, an NSO authenticated birth certificate, Pag-IBIG, TIN and SSS.
It has been a long ang tiring week! Read my experience on my applications. The application for the NBI clearance is the worst!
My first Mogu Mogu experience :))
Look at the cute fonts and the cute bottle cap! :) I actually liked this Mogu Mogu Strawberry Juice. I am not into strawberry flavors, but this one’s good. And have I mentioned I like nata de coco so much? :)) I want to try the other flavors too, and this time, I’m gonna use my own money. Haha.
How about you, have you tried Mogu Mogu? What flavor do you like?
Cobo Milk Tea Experience :)
I ordered their best sellers, the original Cobo milk tea and the Honeydew Milk Tea.
Their classic milk teas are available in two sizes: 16oz (Php 49) and 22oz (Php 59). For me a milk tea isn’t complete with pearls so I added pearls for Php 10.
Graduation Preparation #2 : The Nails
Today, I went to school for the distribution of toga and graduation tickets. Know how my day went…
Graduation Preparation #1 : The Dress and the Shoes
Because my Papa is out of town for work, I accompanied my Mama for my brother’s Recognition Day. It is actually my first time to visit in their school.
I actually had a hard time taking pictures because we were seated behind. This is one of the times I am thankful of my camera’s zoom capability. But still, it was hard to capture because of the people in front, blocking my view.
I am so proud of my brother who’s very active not only in academics but also in extra curricular activities. He’s the 1st honor of their class, a class president, a CAT officer, and also a basketball varsity player. I wasn’t like him when I was in highschool. I wonder how he manages his time. Haha.
As part of another celebration of finally surviving the hell weeks, Tristan and I went to a milk tea shop to try another variant of our favorite drink.
This time, we tried Lai An Bubble Tea Hub located in Quezon City. The place is actually quiet for we were the only customers when we arrived. Later on, more people went. However, it can’t accommodate too many customers because the place is small. There’s also free Wi-Fi connection so I immediately posted a photo on my Instagram. :)
With all the stressful school stuff, I felt something wrong with my body. I feel sick and I feel like I just want to sleep all day. But after a few days of enduring it, another pain came and I am so worried that I just had to go to the UST Health Service for a checkup.
Today, we decided to see each other right after his interview since I don’t have any class anyway. While strolling, he noticed that my shoes are already worn out and he even told me I’ve been ranting about it but I don’t buy a new one, though he knows why. With that he said he’s going to buy shoes for me.
I was really surprised because he’s not that kind of person. I even kept on asking if he’s serious about it because he might just be joking and I’ll be expecting for nothing. Haha.
While searching, I passed through these shoes that I liked so much because, you know, they’re blue. I am so fascinated with it that he told me we should buy it. So instead of buying black shoes for school, we ended up with these shoes. Aren’t they cute? :)
And since it’s has a Buy 1 Take 1 promo, of course we took advantage of it. I got another pair! :)
I remembered this superstition that if someone gave you shoes, you should give back a coin so that you would end up angry with each other. It’s too late, since he’s already on his way back home. I didn’t tell him that because I know he’ll think it’s just one of my crazy thoughts. Anyway, I know we’ll be fine, and I hope so. :)
In one of our subjects which is Embedded Systems, we had to make a project to be presented in class. As suggested by one of my groupmates, we proposed the 3D LED cube for our project. I am actually excited for this but we just didn’t have the time to meet and create this project. Until finally, we were able to find time for this one since we only have one week left to do this.
With the help of my groupmate’s friend, who became my new found friend, eventually, we were able to do this project. This 3D LED cube is supposed to display different light patterns but we only did one pattern. Still, we were so amazed with the result. It’s so cool. :)
Tutubi: a prepaid rental bike system
Today, I am one of the UST students that are given the opportunity to try the latest innovation in the country. As part of the Engineering week, Tutubi is launched to UST for the students to try. Tutubi is a project of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), a bicycle-sharing scheme which will be tested in different cities.