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10 April 2010 @ 11:01 pm
I've got an exam in three weeks, but I'm procrastinating.

I'm trying out online dating (RSVP, eHarmony) but keep on getting rejected. Maybe it's because I'm Asian. Yes, it makes me feel like shit. I feel like nobody cares that I even exist sometimes. 

I've been told that I'm a decent/good person, yet I've never been in a relationship and haven't dated in many years. I think I have issues. 

I need to think before I say things sometimes as it's going to get me into trouble.
30 September 2009 @ 07:26 am

I lost my USB flash drive. Had some important work docs on it :(


Any tips to try and find it?? 

16 May 2009 @ 05:10 pm
I love how Coke comes in those glass bottles again. It tastes exactly like it did when I was a child.

Mmmm.. Coke.

I was bored so decided to give my car interior a clean. I think it turned out alright.

13 February 2009 @ 09:36 pm
I feel so lonely. :(
11 February 2009 @ 11:16 pm
I want a new hairstyle. Maybe a 'white' persons style this time. I am sick of spiky Asian styles.

Should I go completely brown?
11 February 2009 @ 07:38 pm
There's a singles party on this Saturday night. I kinda want to go. However, I don't want to go alone. :(
05 February 2009 @ 05:58 pm
I have just finished the second day of my training and I've realised that I need to make some changes or set some goals in order to achieve happiness in my life.

After having some chats or doing some group work with some of the other graduates, the following has become clear to me:

* Most of them have their interests/social lives/friendships all sorted out
* Most are interested in networking and building new friendships
* Most are VERY confident and good at presenting to an audience
* Most are well-rounded people who dress well, and would fall under the 'cool' category
* Most are still living at home, but like myself are saving up for a deposit on a home

These are some goals I wish to set myself for the remainder of the year, after my experience over the past two days:

* Not be afraid to put my views forward among a group of other professionals - I am a bit apprehensive sometimes because I 'fear' that they will be judging me (silly, because I have higher qualifications and a higher position than a lot of them)
* Be more active in approaching others - Today we were to select a partner to share some of our goals with, and I was eyeing this girl who was also looking for a partner, but I ended up with the guy next to me because I have spoken to him a fair bit and he asked and it would've felt rude if I said no. I've been wanting to approach her for the past two days but I've been too shy. I also think that she is shy as well because she is rather quiet. I hope that she will come along to the pub meet that is going to be happening soon. I will make sure to speak to her then. I find her to be totally cute, and she has braces *blush*. I don't expect anything, but it would be nice to be able to approach a girl that I find attractive.
* Keep up to date with general events and sports - This is so that I can have a chat with anybody about any topic
* Start doing some more activities - Losing my second job means that I now have time to pursue new classes/courses
* Continue to build up relationships with any acquaintances that I may have - ie. I'm going out dancing with a couple of girls from my dancing class on the weekend.
* Ask a girl out on a date - This is very nerve racking but I have been single my whole life and would like to experience going on a proper date, and potentially find somebody special. I am a hopeless romantic at heart.
* Possibly do Toastmasters or some other public speaking course - I want to become good at presenting ideas to an audience. There's a guy that I spoke to yesterday who is very good at this, and this is who I wish to be like.
04 February 2009 @ 08:54 pm
I think that I'm ashamed of my geeky hobbies.

I had my first training session as part of the Department of Treasury & Finance (DTF) Graduate Program. At the start of the session, we had to introduce ourselves and say one interesting thing about ourselves.

I guess one interesting thing is that I collect old computers and enjoy vintage arcade games. I did not say this though. I just said 'I've never been overseas' - which is true, and something I wish to do a lot of. Regardless, most of the others didn't say anything exciting - ie. 'I like sports'.

I try not to talk about my geeky hobbies. I guess I am self-conscious of people lumping me into the category of being a geek. I probably don't fall into any real specific category. I enjoy trying to look good and spending money on clothes that look good.

I know that it's silly, but I think that the kind of girls that I am attracted to personally/physically wouldn't be interested in someone that is into geeky hobbies.

I tend to keep my mouth shut a lot due to not wanting to say something stupid around others. I know that it's something that I should stop doing. I can't help it though. I hate it when guys start talking about Cricket - I have NFI of what's going on.
02 February 2009 @ 08:11 pm
My second job has ended.

Why? Volumes have been reduced and they don't need additional temps anymore. Not surprising given that the other temp left a week ago.

I had a love/hate relationship with this job anyway. The money wasn't bad - equivalent hourly rate as my full-time job; but I just got frustrated at how boring the work was.

I'm looking for any part-time evening or weekend work. Any suggestions?

in other news, I bought two dozen donuts for the people on my floor. There were 5 left, so I don't think everybody was very appreciative of it. Oh well, shit happens.
01 February 2009 @ 10:31 pm
Should I dye my hair brown possibly with some blonde highlights?

I currently have brown highlights and it looks okay.