The things I’ve been wanting to do in uni ranged from music to dentistry for the past 5 years. It was simple. I like drums, I enjoy studying pieces and making music, so let’s do music. After moving to Perth, though, I started doing way better in school. Engineering came to mind. I went for […]Read more "What to do in Uni: The Ultimate Debate"
Bookclubs are seen by the common man as a lame little club for nerds and housewives. Guess what? You’re probably right, but if you think about it, when you and your friends realise that you read the same book, you start this massive discussion and debate about the storyline, characters, or what’s to come at […]Read more "Not-intelligent Filmbook Club"
So this year I started (like everyone else) with a new clean slate, or at least that’s what I thought I did. I decided to take part in many co-curricular activities, and these include: Jazz band, Symphony Orchestra, play, drumline, picking up a new instrument (cello), continuing drum lessons, teaching drums, and last but not […]Read more "Worst idea ever"
Good Morning, 2016. It is the biggest year of my life (so far). My plans for this year is to try and make it the most fulfilling one thus far. I should be treating every year like this, so I guess now’s the time to start? Every year starts with something new. Or as all […]Read more "Year 12 2016"
Yay! Recently, I started a card-making movement called “Cards of Hope”. In conjunction with reddit’s /r/RandomActsofCards, I am able to find anyone everywhere in the world who need help with their emotional stress/ down times. The girls (10-18 yrs old) in the boarding house write nice, encouraging words and funny jokes is hopes of cheering […]Read more "Cards of Hope"
Disclaimer: Possible spoilers. I shall put it out there that I am neither for or against the LGBT movement. I have no bias opinion to this topic, taking into account that I have no intention of offending anyone at all. Ahh…. Cris Beam’s I am J. I got this book as a birthday present from my […]Read more "Let’s discuss: I am J by Cris Beam (Controversial topic)"
I love how constructive criticism helps you in many ways, and no matter how I see it as helpful and good for me, I can’t seem to take it in very well. It started tonight when I had a practice with my accompanists (bassist and guitarist). I’m going to perform Anthem by Canadian band Rush (as […]Read more "Accepting Constructive Criticism"