Sunday, 6 November 2011


I realized that this is my last blog post for Media Studies 3 for the year and felt a sense of relief…but then I asked myself…will I ever blog again? The answer is not yet clear to me but I probably will. Not as often as we had to though.

So I just want to give a shout out to the #Smed11 group. Well done guys, we are basically there!! Thought the time will never come but we worked hard, made good friends and made even better memories. What an awesome year this was, will never forget all the moans and groans and extension requests, or the jokes and stories and the ‘getting out of work’ schemes. Hahaha lovit! What a privilege it was experiencing my final year of study with a group like you.

Now!!! Let’s go get our party and our holiday OOON!!! :D

Of all the forms of courage, the ability to laugh is the most profoundly…

Of all the forms of courage, the ability to laugh is the most profoundly therapeutic. Yes, things can go wrong in life. Yes, there are issues and problems to solve. But we have a choice. We can choose to become pessimistic and not see the value in what we experience, or we can choose to laugh as an admission to the fact we are not perfect and life can get the best of us at times. What a relief to know that no matter how bad things may look, a smile or a rift of laughter can begin to make the circumstances feel better.” – Dr. Gordon Livingston

Definitely!! I live on laughter and positive vibes (with good music playing in the background of course), as this makes everything seem so much easier and worth your while…and more fun. So laugh your ass off whenever and wherever you can. Most importantly, learn to laugh at yourself as well!!