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R. Jane
03 May 2010 @ 08:12 pm
I've been such a jerk. I need to fix things. :(
R. Jane
07 February 2010 @ 05:46 pm
My last semester at CCSF. At last!! I'm actually taking it easy this semester. I'm taking 5 classes, 18 units and I still work part-time. Yes, that is what I consider a stress-free schedule because it has no science classes that have labs (aka chemistry). I will have to work hard next year though when I take organic chem and general bio at the same time. Hmm...

I just went shopping at Forever 21 and bought a sweater with studs on the shoulders. It looks really cute when worn, I swear. I also got a floral tank top. Very cute. It's got a ruffle running down the center which is good for camouflaging a tummy when you've eaten too much. I bought a black skirt at F21 yesterday too. And pink hot shorts. :D

I'm going to be going to New York City and Hawaii this summer so I've been trying really hard not to spend any more money than I have to. It's so hard! :( I love shopping.
music: Cataracs - "Baby Baby"
R. Jane
04 October 2009 @ 04:17 pm
My next chemistry test is on Friday. I am never 100% prepared for these chemistry tests. I can do as many book problems as I want but they don't really help when it comes to the test. The problems on the test are way different from the ones in the book. They are more difficult obviously. But aside from that, I have never encountered problems like these before. It's what makes them so damn hard.

My aunt from Illinois stopped by this week. She was telling me that my majoring in Nutrition isn't a good idea because I won't have a job after college. I know she means well, but still... =/

I am taking 3 classes this semester: general chem II, japanese I, and cultural anthropology. My favorite class is Japanese. It's so fun and I am, surprisingly, picking up the language really quickly! :D I am enjoying this language class more than I ever enjoyed Spanish in high school. I don't regret not taking Spanish in high school either. I can understand some words when I walk in the Mission these days. I can't form sentences these days aside from really basic ones, but hey, better than nothing.
R. Jane
14 September 2009 @ 10:48 pm
I got my first test back: 42%

How pathetic is that.

I am so lost in chemistry right now. I have no idea what I'm doing. I hate chemistry so much. I think my professors are great, but the subject itself is so incredibly dull. I don't give a damn as to how much energy you need to change the temperature of a gas at constant volume!! Thermodynamics is the worst topic of all.

I can't drop chem now. Last Friday was the deadline for dropping a class without receiving a mark on your transcript. I already signed a TAG for Davis. If I fuck up chemistry, I might as well kiss my TAG goodbye.

I feel burdened by chemistry. Why can't I be good at it?!
R. Jane
14 June 2009 @ 09:46 pm
Summer school starts tomorrow. My cumulative GPA after one year of college is 2.96. It's below 3.0 because general chemistry fucked me over and I ended up with a C in that class. I could never have predicted how time-consuming chemistry is. I have realized that I HATE CHEMISTRY. But I must still march on and continue the second half of general chem as well as dive into organic chem. I'm going to have a blast.

On the contrary, I must say that the chemistry department at CCSF is amazing. They know their stuff and I feel well-prepared. I understand their lectures and if I am confused on something, I can either ask them directly or ask a tutor. :)

Btw, I will be applying for transfer this fall!! So excited!! I think I will apply for these: UC Davis (Clinical Nutrition), UC Berkeley (Nutritional Science), SF State (Dietitics).

New boss, new rules. I will be outreaching in the Mission community this summer to urge people to go to college. I really like my job. It's a good cause and I get paid for it too.

I got a haircut at the Japan Center Beauty Clinic in Japantown. I got a layered cut which was really flattering on me when I got out of the salon. It made my face look slimmer. I paid $50 for it. At the time, it was (almost) worth it. The one thing I didn't like was the fact that the hair stylist managed to convince me to get straight bangs. Me, having a round face, should have known better. When I was a kid, I sported the typical straight Asian bangs that covered my forehead. I had that for many years. I should have known from experience that I looked awful with these types of bangs. So now I am growing out my hair so I can turn it into side bangs which flatters my my face more.

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music: SHINee - "누난 너무예뻐 (Replay)"