Every one of us is made up of different characteristics that make us who we are. These characteristics form our personality and this personality is our identity. So, how well do you know and understand yourself to have this distinct identity that you have? What is your personality? What are your characteristics? Why do you do a certain thing? Who are you?

I know, so many questions but only one answer– 16 personalities. Recently, me and Fiona from the blog Questions From A Teenager wanted to do a collaboration and out of so many ideas that she had given, taking a personality test appealed to me the most. It’s quite interesting to take such test and the test quite impressed me. Honestly, it’s a bit accurate for me.Read More »


Last Friday, me and my best friend went to visit one of our closest friend to make up for the time we didn’t go to her birthday party and also to just hang out and catch up, that’s what we always do anyway.

We talked about boys, our– their love life (I don’t have that lol), school, work and life. Sparing you all the juicy details but we ended up talking about life and the complications we face towards it. The feeling of loneliness, feeling of being lost and feeling of not feeling, these are some of the things we deal with. Our conversation about the topic became pretty “dramatic” and “therapeutic” in some way, like the three of us are in some sort of group counselling session, sharing stories about the emotional difficulties we face regarding our lives, ending with deep sighs and telling ourselves that maybe that’s really how it’s supposed to be in our age. At this point in our lives maybe that’s normal and we just have to hope for the best.

I used to think that when you reach your 20s, it’s the time when you’re supposed to be having fun and doing all the things you wanted to do when you were younger but in reality, it’s more about having breakdowns, worrying about the future and overthinking of what you should do with your life (am I having a shitty life?). I guess the ideal way of living in your 20s is being lost but at the same time enjoying your time in the forest, it’s also having breakdowns but learning to get back up and keep going, it’s about having fun but also knowing your responsibilities. It’s all about balancing life which I totally lack of doing lol.

Life is really complicated but I’m thankful to the friends I have, we all deal with different kinds of problems but we have each other, even if we don’t have solutions for all of it just knowing that we’re not alone makes it bearable and with a few good laughs about it, reassures us that we’re going to be fine. 


Some of us are held back on doing things that we want to do because of our fear of failure but if for a day you knew that you couldn’t fail, what would you do?

Another question, another thing to ponder about. 

Maybe answering thing question may lead to knowing your passion. 

Do not be afraid to go after what you want. 😊

This is the first question in this series that I have an answer for… (but I’m going to keep it to myself). 😉


I’m a huge fan of F.R.I.E.N.D.S and there are moments where out of nowhere a certain scene or phrase from the show suddenly pops into my head like recently when we were in a hotel room I suddenly remember the time Ross and Chandler stayed at a hotel and took every possible hotel amenities they could get lol well it also happens in random shows/movies/songs/memories like I’ll just remember a random memory from the past for no reason and lately a specific scene from F.R.I.E.N.D.S got stuck in my head, it was the one where Chandler quitted his job that he hated and he sort of pointed out that everybody hates their jobs then everybody disagreed and said that they love their jobs. Got me thinking what percentage of people actually love what they’re doing and actually enjoy their jobs? 

It is a norm in this society to get a job to be able to provide the needs and wants for one’s self or in short we work for money and most people follow the path where it can give them more money but do they love what they do? I contemplate a lot about this and about getting a job because I’m entering the “real world” and I don’t want to be stuck in doing something that I don’t like, I know money is important but I don’t want to be one of those people who surrender their whole life just by earning money, I know you have to pay bills and other stuff and it may be irrational or unreasonable to say that I don’t care how much I make as long as I’m doing what I love and what I’m passionate about. I’m a dreamer I know, I should slap myself and just wake up but I don’t want to sacrifice my entire life and happiness to doing something meaningless. 

Well, that’s what’s bugging me for tonight. Good night.