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Hello to the bloggie-world!
There are related words like blog, blogging, blogosphere and bloggers, but I wonder what do they call the blogging world?

Anyways,

Woke up really early this morning for Karate Grading.
My juniors were taking the exam, not me. I was just the "pemandu" and "penunjuk-jalan".

It's funny to see how fast time has flown by. About five years ago, we had 20 peeps of the same batch, who committed themselves to Karate trainings. Now, it left only 3.
It takes a lot of discipline and passion to stay hold in such activities.
I'm proud> I'm still there, but, time has come for me to decide. Black belt is just 2 months away, but as usual, with its terms and conditions. Even if I pass or fail, I'll have to stay and train for a year or two after the black belt grading to obtain my final official certificate, which I believe I can't if I'm pursuing my dreams of becoming a pilot.
At the moment, I really can't decide.


After grading, Michael and I went for a game of DOTA at the cybercafe.
Yes, I know I should've stopped, but.. I need some entertainment to relieve my stress also right? Wait, I think I went last night too.
Oops.. *blush*

I slept my afternoon through because I was really tired. Woke up and had dinner right after.


After dinner, I spent 3 hours (with catching CSI:NY in between) working on my official study schedule for SPM. I used back the same technique and format from the schedule I made for PMR, which surprisingly got me a straight line of A's.

^ There! I pasted the printed schedule on the wall in front of the computer table. Wanna know how my schedule is like? MSN me. ;)


Jimmy Eat World, 3 Doors Down, and Lifehouse's albums are constantly playing in my Winamp's playlist for the last couple of days. They're so sentimental and full of emotions, which brought me thinking into a lot of things lately.
Especially about people around me.

Comments

-akxj- said…
hmm its okay playing during ur rest time..as long as you study..play at the weekends okay one la..=) you and mic?1 on 1?
ryn said…
why never share your pmr schedule secret with me la!

i've been listening to 3 doors down if i could be like that over and over. haha. vincent feeling sentimental these days?
-akxj- said…
ryn>
ahahahah =) ..i got 6 oni for my pmr..vincent is always sentimental..
-akxj- said…
vpws>ooo you winning him?cool..my name wrong spelling =) he bd ar?marah him la =)
vpws said…
-akxj-:
nah i'm trying to stop liaoz..
yep.. was owning n killin him.. i didn't know we're playing all three lanes.. so i had terrible time defending.. worst thing, mike made quite a few BD attempts.. =.= *smack head*


ryn:
haha, wat for?! u wouldn't it anyway! =P dat schedule was specially made for a "21 days hardcore from scratch"..

haha u like 3DD also huh? yeah they're good.. hav been listening to their albums since da 1st song i heard Be Like That when i was form 1.. haha.. which makes u standard 5 at dat time.. =P

wat's wrong wif me being sentimental? lolz~ do u know i'm making sentimental influences to ppl around? hehe!
vpws said…
-akxj-:
yeah sorry realised that.. edited a new reply by forgot to delete.. lolz~

anyway, i screwed him a little n u know wat he said?
"eh?? serious?? i didn't know kenot bd 1! summore no choice mar u too keng liaoz! kenot kill u also have to bd lor.."

hahaha~
Kirstin said…
aiseeh man. I'm not one of the 3 regulars for Karate. Die. I ponteng so much this year aiyor!!!
thecw said…
THREE ONLYY? WHAHAHHA! dammmmm farnee
vpws said…
kirstin:
haha.. i was talking about my batch.. lolz~ but den, u skipped quite alot of classes dis year! haha~ =P after we're gone, make sure u all take over da club properly k? =P


thecw:
haha wat so funny?! dun forget u're one of da kids who pulled out ok? lolz!
-akxj- said…
ahaha sad sad sad...michael =) okay i am off to study now..later..
vpws said…
-akxj-:
yala sad for me lar.. =.=
okok gudluck~ numb3rs tonite! haha~
-akxj- said…
yea i am watching the repeat..its on what channel ar..?if it is on channel 17..the repeat shld be..at..2..like house 2molo =)
vpws said…
-akxj-:
haha sad.. btw da show not bad.. but very dizzy watching da show, coz very messy.. =S
Kirstin said…
hahaha i try la. ya i knoe i ponteng alot this year. damn scared of coach la!
vpws said…
kirstin:
huh? y scared of him? haha.. he's very nice 1 ler.. but u know lar wat a man gotta do is wat a man gotta do..
juz like a prefect, u gotta b stern n strict to make sure da discipline standard of ur students is at par..
dun let his "strict" face deceive u, he's actually soft n funny in the inside.. i've been there all 5 years to b able to see that.. =)
Kirstin said…
its amazing how u jus associated bein a prefect with karate! lol. this year i seriously feel lyk i betrayed karate. aiseeh. arite la i try to go bak afta my exams are over. i need to have sum 'fun'.

yep its true he's gotta do wad he's gotta do.
vpws said…
kirstin:
haha wat do u find funny in there?! lolx~
nah, it's normal.. i stopped half a year in form3 also to concentrate in my PMR.. =P den i got back the motivation n drive to continue training.. afterall, do u wanna waste all the effort put in since a year ago? at least u BENEFIT from it rite? haha!

damn right.. =)
Kirstin Wong said…
hahaha true also la wad u say. dunno i need motivation to go. sumthing i dont have. bleargh. lol
vpws said…
Unidentified Inside:
haha u know what is my motivation? my FRIENDS in karate.. =)
Designing said…
HELLO vpws

Teaching

I like to leave little "helps" after reading a good blog, or going over the blog comments, just to start people thinking about, well, everything.

2006 is just around the corner.

Thought about what you would like to achieve next year?

Did you do all you wanted to do this year, personally, professionally and perhaps spiritually?

My guess is; probably not. Most people don't know how to set workable goals and if they do, the don't know how to manage them.

When is the last time you actually took time to write down all you would like to do and accomplish in life? Or even a few of the small things you would like to do but didn't think would be possible?

We all have the potential to get almost anything we want out of life. It just takes a little work, thinking and action.

The first step is knowing how to set effective goals and then of course, how to follow up on them. That's the hard part. Following up.

How would you like to actually make this years New Years Resolution come true? Of course it would have to be attainable, and possible, but you could do it if you knew how.

Curious?

Use the FREE information @ How To Set Goals and have a really GREAT NEW YEAR.

All the BEST!
Achievements said…
I like to leave a little “wisdom” to jolt your into thinking about goals you may have set over the past few years, months and days, after a good blog read.

Not earth shattering by any means, and probably know this, but have you actually practiced it lately?

You know – gnitteS laoG

Jot down a few new ones today or visit a few old ones that would make you a better person, better business person or a better provider or some you haven't been able to keep for some reason or other.

Today’s tidbit…

There is a difference in setting your goals and setting them effectively. Anyone can set a goal, but doing it effectively means that it will actually get done.

There are so many things that you can do to better your life, but if you don't know how to go about it you are stuck.

The following guidelines will help you to set effective goals and help you manage your time in an efficient manner that will cause those goals to become reality.

State each goal as a positive statement

Express your goals in a positive way. That is a key component to setting goals that you can attain.

How often have you been excited to accomplish a goal that didn't even sound good when you brought it up? If you are not comfortable or happy with the goals that you have set, the likelihood of you succeeding is pretty low.

If you want to express your goals in a positive way, you simply have to first think of a goal that puts a smile on your face when you imagine it completed. Why would you want to set a goal that made you frown, cringe or cry?

When you are beginning to set your goals it helps when you are talking about them to others in a manner that states your actions as positives because it will have others seeing it as a positive as well.

That will garner you a great deal more support. In the end, don't we all need a little support when we are trying to do something positive in our lives?

Be precise

Set a precise goal that includes starting dates, times and amounts so that you can properly measure your achievement.

If you do this, you will know exactly when you have achieved the goal, and can take complete satisfaction from having achieved it.

Being precise in setting your goals is no more than setting them with exact details. It is easier this way because then you can follow a step-by-step format. That's all there is to it.

Set priorities

When you have several goals, give each a specific priority. This helps you to avoid feeling overwhelmed by too many goals, and helps to direct your attention to the most important ones and follow each in succession. Setting priorities will force you into the step-by-step format above.

By doing the most important first and moving to the least important in succession, you are enabling each task to be easier than the last. It causes the accomplishment of each task to get easier and easier which will encourage you to complete your goal.

There’s a few more “tidbits” for you at Lifetime Goals

Don't worry, they're FREE!

Enjoy your day – And have a GREAT one!

By the way, learn how to Make New Years Resolutions you can keep there also.
Designing said…
Thanks for a good read on your blog.

I’m leaving a little “teaser” for you here to start you thinking about something you may have disregarded for awhile.

Perhaps it will make a difference in your day, month or year. Who knows, it could change your life!

I hope this is of great benefit to you, and maybe you can pass it on…

How to Begin to Achieve Your Goals

Once you have set your lifetime goals, the best thing that you can do is set a 25 year plan of smaller goals that you should complete if you are to reach your lifetime plan.
From there you can just shorten your overall goal spans for example, you set a 5 year plan, 1 year plan, 6 month plan, and 1 month plan of progressively smaller goals that you should reach to achieve your lifetime goals.

Each of these should be based on the previous plan. It is the best way to begin to achieve a lifetime that is filled with and results in a life without any failed wishes. It results in a life without regret.

You see, by starting out slowly, you are giving yourself the chance to realize and work on achieving the goals that you set out to.

Nobody ever succeeds at attaining a goal that was forced through. Those that tried never really got what they were hoping for. In rushing through and trying to achieve your goals quickly you will likely miss a few key aspects that can really change your outcome.

Think of it this way; if you were to run a 10K marathon and decided to take a cab for half of the journey; have you really achieved that goal? Would you be satisfied when you crossed the finish line?

It would be a hollow victory that could only provide a moments happiness.

Finally set a daily to do list of the things that you should do today to work towards your lifetime goals.

At an early stage these goals may be to read books and gather information on the achievement of your goals. This will help you to improve the quality and realism of your goal setting and in effect; make it easier to achieve them.

You also have to review your plans, and make sure that they fit the way in which you want to live your life.

Once you have decided what your first set of plans will be, keep the process going by reviewing and updating your to-do list on a daily basis.

You have to periodically review the longer term plans, and change them to reflect your changing priorities and experiences in your life.

Have a GREAT day, and set a few new goals while you’re at it!

You can find more "tidbits" on goal setting at Reachable Goals.

PS. If this was helpful to you and you think someone else might be able to use it please pass it on. You never know, you could change someones life with this simple information!
Designing said…
I like to leave a little “wisdom” to jolt your into thinking about goals you may have set over the past few years, months and days, after a good blog read.

Not earth shattering by any means, and probably know this, but have you actually practiced it lately?

You know – gnitteS laoG

Jot down a few new ones today or visit a few old ones that would make you a better person, better business person or a better provider or some you haven't been able to keep for some reason or other.

Today’s tidbit…

There is a difference in setting your goals and setting them effectively. Anyone can set a goal, but doing it effectively means that it will actually get done.

There are so many things that you can do to better your life, but if you don't know how to go about it you are stuck.

The following guidelines will help you to set effective goals and help you manage your time in an efficient manner that will cause those goals to become reality.

State each goal as a positive statement

Express your goals in a positive way. That is a key component to setting goals that you can attain.

How often have you been excited to accomplish a goal that didn't even sound good when you brought it up? If you are not comfortable or happy with the goals that you have set, the likelihood of you succeeding is pretty low.

If you want to express your goals in a positive way, you simply have to first think of a goal that puts a smile on your face when you imagine it completed. Why would you want to set a goal that made you frown, cringe or cry?

When you are beginning to set your goals it helps when you are talking about them to others in a manner that states your actions as positives because it will have others seeing it as a positive as well.

That will garner you a great deal more support. In the end, don't we all need a little support when we are trying to do something positive in our lives?

Be precise

Set a precise goal that includes starting dates, times and amounts so that you can properly measure your achievement.

If you do this, you will know exactly when you have achieved the goal, and can take complete satisfaction from having achieved it.

Being precise in setting your goals is no more than setting them with exact details. It is easier this way because then you can follow a step-by-step format. That's all there is to it.

Set priorities

When you have several goals, give each a specific priority. This helps you to avoid feeling overwhelmed by too many goals, and helps to direct your attention to the most important ones and follow each in succession. Setting priorities will force you into the step-by-step format above.

By doing the most important first and moving to the least important in succession, you are enabling each task to be easier than the last. It causes the accomplishment of each task to get easier and easier which will encourage you to complete your goal.

There’s a few more “tidbits” for you at Lifetime Goals

Don't worry, they're FREE!

Enjoy your day – And have a GREAT one!

By the way, learn how to Make New Years Resolutions you can keep there also.
Home school said…
Teaching

Hello vpws

Thanks for leaving your blog open to comments.

I always like to live a little "tidbit" of information, hopefully helpful and hopefully something that will make you think - and act.

This one is short and sweet, and I'll bet you haven't done (or done recently ), but after looking at your blog I'm pretty sure you will at least take some action, because you seem like a smart person.

Set New Goals.

Do you have any old ones written down? Have you set life goals?

Most people don't.

You will if you use some of the FREE information at Lifetime Goals

Have A Happy New Year!
Achievements said…
Designing

Hello vpws

Thanks for leaving your blog open to comments.

I always like to live a little "tidbit" of information, hopefully helpful and hopefully something that will make you think - and act.

This one is short and sweet, and I'll bet you haven't done (or done recently ), but after looking at your blog I'm pretty sure you will at least take some action, because you seem like a smart person.

Set New Goals.

Do you have any old ones written down? Have you set life goals?

Most people don't.

You will if you use some of the FREE information at Lifetime Goals

Have A Happy New Year!

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