Saving money, saving time.
Posted by Paurong sa Huwebes, Pebrero 1, 2007
There will be twenty-eight days to finish before turning the next page of the calendar for March. I am thinking of accomplishing the things which I was too frail to do so for the past weeks. Within this short span of time (which is—sad to say—the second to the last month of being a senior high school student), I shall encourage myself to be thrifty, perseverant and deferential.
I am proud to say that I have already saved P434 within a week. It would have been a higher amount if I didn’t spend so much lately. I really don’t know how to save money yet this pursuit is becoming more intense. Since childhood, I don’t care about keeping certain amounts of money for me to spend in the future. Also, budgeting is not along my line. I am getting used on controlling myself when it comes to buying this and that, though.
In addition, I am planning to start reading a novel for the second time this year. I realized that I really yearn to read again. I missed reading so much. I missed being drawn by remarkable leaves filtering my inner senses with different emotions. If only my mind is freer, I would have sat all day reading books.
Last Saturday, when my friends and I went to National Library to research for our English project, I was so psyched on perusing every interesting books’ highlights. I even promised myself to go back during the upcoming vacation to spend whole days on reading books there.
I am eyeing on spending more time on sleeping at night instead of the forty winks I savor on break times in school. And of course, I want to indulge myself on the remaining days of my high school life. Although I still have relationships that seem to be lucidly incorrigible, I still have to face what I have already gone through. Four years have already passed and I am purportedly losing my mind already.
Lastly, I would like to wish my friend Kristine Bernadette N. Ponciano a happy birthday. May she be complacent with grueling situations that are repeatedly transpiring in her life.