Midterm week took an immense toll on me emotionally and psychologically. As hard as I studied, I didn’t do too well on all of my midterms so far according to the results. There is so much I can do about it now besides work hard for the rest of the semester and make sure that the rest of my coursework is close to perfection. Long story short; midterms really stressed me out. I am disappointed about how things turned out.. But hey, things happen and life goes on. This reminds me of the a memorial that I attended last year where one of the speakers who attended a prestigious university talked about how they always get drunk the night before their finals because, “in 60 years, we’re not going to remember about the time we had to pull an all-nighter before finals.” … Except I won’t be doing that anytime soon.
With being an 18 year old United States citizen, I am exercising my right to vote on the November 6 election. Something that I learned from Political Science is that politics can be pretty intense. At least I am informed about what goes on within politics. It is one of the main reasons why I don’t both stating who and what I am voting for because I rather avoid possible conflicts with others.
Last month, I mentioned about participating in this month’s Cyber Quest. With me being an 18 year old female who doesn’t have prior knowledge about digital forensics, I believe I did a pretty good job. I manage to score 83.33 points out of 100; a lot better than the Cyber Quest I participated back in April. I’m not participating for the prize- it’s all for the experience.
Towards the end of my weekdays, I hung out with a couple of my friends yesterday and hung out with my boyfriend today. Overall, I enjoyed the quality time that was spent. :)
With October wrapping up, I can’t believe November is just around the corner. It’s finally the holiday season!