People said: Live every single moment as it comes.
But for me, I COULDN’T.
My life was just so simple and easy back on the days I lived in Vietnam, I thought I did enjoyed, but I didn’t. There were so much troubles came to me. It was so funny that, I even thought, I was so lucky when those troubles, they didn’t come at the same time, so that I have time to deal one by one cases. But once, when everything happened ( expected and unexpected way), all overlapped, the studies, the teachers, school rules, family, friends and such. I felt like s.h.t!
And it still happens now. Sometimes. I don’t know why do I have to enjoy every single day, when it is just a boring days with undefined future and such. For the last 3 years, I have been thinking a lot about: What do I want to do and What kind of person I would like to be in the future. That were, I think, the most popular for persons no matter what age they are. But you know what, I was stressed about that. I think I am the kind of person who can get worried, anxious and nervous easily …
I couldn’t live EVERY SINGLE SECOND FOR MYSELF, truly.
I am trying to live, as its the last day of my life.
(Suomenlinna – Finland)
And I found out, that those troubles when I was in Vietnam – mostly they were high school’s troubles – the troubles that can easily get in high school systems. I could have been happier, if I don’t care about them too much, and think more wider and wiser.
And now, the easiest way to answer for those questions up there, is that, I should try out everything, to see what suits me best. That is the reason why I am here, writing blog. I wanted to try, to keep , and to share my everyday’s thoughts, experiences and opinions about life. And hopefully, someday, I will get the satisfied answers 🙂
And This is Me – Tammi – Tammy – or Huyen Vu, 21 years old Vienamese girl, moving to Finland 3 years ago, studying International Business in Vaasa, learning Korean, Finnish, and Swedish. At the moment, living in Helsinki, working as an au pair with 2 little crazy funny kids, slowly experiencing and enjoying moments, and writing blogs.