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I've Got All This Ringing In My Head

..and even some on my fingers.. haha, this is all that I have ever been doing these school holidays

distract myself from homework.. oh, and the other ways to do it is by watching some Olympics, updating my friendster profile and..blogging

However, I daresay that for me, Rock and Maths go very well together. Plugging Fall Out Boy in my ears helped me 'get in rhythm' to get on moving.

It was a different story with Add Maths, was Jojo that worked.

Ahahah, don't tell me I'm music-dependent to get my homework on the move? well, at least, I'm s-l-o-w-l-y making progress, am I not?

Steven Covey (oh, he's Faisal's favorite author who wrote 8 Habits of Highly effective People that counselors also love so much to lecture the students with!) said that proactive people are those who find the initiative from within and do not depend on the conditioning of their surroundings.

which means that, I don't actually need a conducive environment for studying. I can actually study anywhere,as long as I put my mind to it. Alright, maybe a more organized table would make it easier to find my studying materials. okay, easier said than done.

Muse is coming up in my playlist, gotta get my Maths on the move on now..

our time is running out~


When I read this...I remember sumtin'......guess what????

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