LOL what a title.
Return of the #notsoserious posts.
Friends who have met me recently commented that I’ve turned into a total OL (Office Lady) and I can’t deny that I’ve been dressing and (pretending to?) acting like one. But come weekends and you will see me in t-shirt, shorts and my favourite sneakers and backpack. And uncombed hair.
1, Gmarketing for my OL life
So, to prepare myself to be a 稱職的 OL (woohoo I love codeswitching), I went to Gmarket the other day (yet again) to make full use of the 5,000won shipping deal (for selected countries) this month!
When I decided to get a neck strap card holder (whatever you call that), I was like OMG I’M REALLY TURNING INTO AN ADULT.
Okay, in any case, I decided that I really needed some place to keep my access card / name cards and woohoo found something even better than a card holder — a mini wallet with neck strap! 😀
They can keep quite a number of cards, together with cash and then there’s a zipped up portion for coins! (:
Buy it on Gmarket HERE.
Buying stuff online is always such a hit or miss. I’ve had my fair share of disappointments, so just wanna share a good quality product! (:
2. Time with friends are the best
I usually follow a very loserish daily routine where I would end work, zoom home after a quick dinner alone, and sleep by 1030pm. The only time I break that routine is probably on Friday nights and selected Saturdays. Sundays are definitely stay-home days, so if you manage to drag me out, you know you are pretty special HAHA.
I know I’ve been talking about wanting to be more productive and study languages / do something with my life, but errrr fatigue.
So I’m sorry that this blog is turning more lifestyle and personal (who wants to read my lack of lifestyle anyway -.-)….
Meet Diana, with the “I just lost $50” face.
I guess food makes everyone happier?
Diana is a pretty new friend but it’s kinda cool that I’ve known her via this blog online for quite a while! Finally met her early this year (:
Finally had a chance to bring my camera out again, although we were not doing much that evening.
That’s Diana’s Lime Sochu Highball and my…
Who goes into a bar and order apple juice. Me.
But if I never said anything, you wouldn’t have guessed right?!
Diana doesn’t think much of highball.
I miss my all-time favourite Yuzu Highball in Japan.
I love how learning Korean has brought so many new people into my lives (:
It’s always fun to swap stories and experiences and I usually just feel an instant bond with people who really love the language 😀
Or actually just serious language learners in general!
So Diana turned into my model for the day hahahahaha.
Ending the day with truffle fries and some more cider for Diana.