University is challenging. Studying in a different country is EXTRA challenging (but I’m not going to talk about it here) AND running a business on top of uni is EXTRA EXTRA challenging. You have all the tests and assignments and projects and deadlines and midterms and you also have to develop products and write blog posts and post on Instagram regularly and (!) don’t forget the laundry, cleaning up your room every week routine and occasional cooking because you just can’t stand the food in the cafeteria. BUT WAIT you still have to socialise, hang out with people and get enough sleep!
Can’t believe that it’s almost October already! It feels like I’ve just started uni *facepalm* and now
I’ve been hand lettering for more than 2 years now, and I’ve tried out a couple of different pens. There’s obviously no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ pens for lettering – different pens give you different style and to find your go-to brush pens is to find the one that best suits your style of writing.
I’ve been here for a month already (WHAT)!!! Time flies, especially after school has started *facepalm*. Anyway, during my time in Montreal I managed to travel to some of the “touristy” site – namely Old Port, China Town and Botanical Garden #iamstillatourist
1. Lightening feet
Hong Kongers are famous for their walking speed. Try taking the MTR during rush hour (especially when people are getting late for work) and you’ll see.
I’m 18 years old right now, which means that I’ve been through 16 years of education. From my experience, school is tough, especially when you’re struggling to stay organised (me right now lol because I’ve just started uni). So in order to help y’all students out there, I’ve created a bunch of printable planners! Obviously, it’s not a must to use my printable – you can use your bullet journal, a random paper or a plain notebook to stay organised. I just designed the printables according to what works for me and I hope that this post will help some of you guys out ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I’ve recently made my 10th sale on Etsy!!! (internally screaming eeeeeek). My Etsy shop was launched about 2 months ago and although 10 sales is not that much, it still means the world to me!
Here are 10 things I’ve learnt after making 10 sales on Etsy:
It’s my second week of living alone in Canada now, and although the semester has just started, I do have a few tips on how to survive your first week of studying abroad:
To be honest I didn’t want my first every blog post to be about freebies – I planned to publish something constructive and helpful (kind of); in fact I’ve written the post, but it was so crappy that I just couldn’t bring myself to hit the publish button. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯