WHAT'S UP NOVEMBER

November 30, 2015




I guess this month counts as one of the busiest month for architecture students, especially for us arki council officers. It's the beginning of the second semester and the preparation for the National Architecture Week (NAW) celebration. We have to multi-task and manage our time wisely to get all the work done on time. We know we'll be getting busier as each day will pass and our time will mostly be  for our school works and NAW preparation . 

And to somehow relax our minds a bit from all the things going on,  during one of our lunch break we the took the chance to go somewhere far from the city, to eat. haha and so we went to Sulu Garden in Miag-ao haha I don't know, It was actually an impulsive decision but we went for it anyways and It was actually one of the best decisions we've made. Since picking where to eat is always a problem. I know most of you would understand this especially when you're with your barkada. 

We ate lunch and went back on the road since we still have class after. But we had stop by in Tigbauan to take pictures, para Squad Goals daw. Only then we realized that we were already late for our planning class and so by the time we got to school we just decided not to go (note: do not follow haha). 

The trip was really spontaneous and I didn't expect that 
it would be so much fun. All I could say now is that it was worth it. sa uulitin ! :)

P.S I'll be posting our "Squad Goals" pictures next :)



DAILY DOSE # 1

November 8, 2015






Don't let not knowing how it'll end keep you from beginning. Uncertainty chases us out in to
the open where life's true magic is waiting.

FINALLY

November 5, 2015

Finally done with the first semester and today I just got officially enrolled for the second sem.
That means I am half way through my third year as an architecture student, and I should tell you that
it's not getting any easier. I've heard and read from various sources that this is actually the busiest (hardest?) time in this 5 year course. And so far, I've experienced sleep deprivation for more than 24 hours. so yes! I heard the truth and I've actually accepted this ever since. 
I've put in a lot of time and effort since day 1, and I just can't give up that easy. I've always had my mind set that we should always be on the positive side, even if its you against the world. Nothing and no one can stop you from reaching your goals especially when you're so close to finding out what's on the other side of the rainbow. All you need is to set aside all the negativity and have the right attitude, and you'll be on the right path.  ;)

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