Monthly Archives: January 2016

Rosie Effect

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Rosie Effect is the second book for Rosie Project. I really liked the first book, so when Rosie Effect was released in paperback version, I immediate get it and started reading it.

However, it took me a while to finish this book comparing with the last.

The story picked up where it left off. Rosie and Don moved to New York where Rosie to continue the education and Don’s new adventure with the new position in Columbia University.

Don continued to be Don, but his life change when they were expecting to be parents.

Rosie and Don went through life just like most of us, but with Don’s “above average” personality, it created some exciting but amusing situations.

I thought the first half of the book was slightly hard to go through, but the second half went by really fast.

However, I still definitely recommend this book to read for pleasure. I still cannot get the images of Sheldon Cooper as being Don.

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Writing

Read -> Think -> Write

I started the Read part and I want to reach the Write part.

Writing requires thinking.

Let’s do more writing in 2016.

Hello, 2016

In 2015, I set 5 goals and I accomplished 4 of them. I will continue these 4 goals as I already created a habit of doing it, so on top of these 4 goals, it’s time to set goals for 2016.

  1. Nature exploring.
  2. Write a minimum of 1 blog post per month.
  3. Improve my handwriting by writing down my thought on the notebook.
  4. Avoid digital junks (News and social media non-sense).
  5. Control cell phone usage.