I’m 23 years old, and this is the time where my Facebook timeline filled with my friends’ euro traveling stories, or my Instagram page filled with my friends’ five-star food. And here I am browsing the internet, feeling envy as I’m reflecting on my life.
WHAT AM I DOING RIGHT NOW? WHAT WILL I DO LATER?
If we are at the same page, then welcome to 20s life crisis club! *bromance hug*
Just a few months before we graduate from the college, we feel this disturbing feeling- What will I do after this? Have I been doing the right major after all? Man, after this I have to work 9-5 for the rest of my life.
Before you read this, warning: PDA alert!
Every couple have their own stories, favorite spots, peculiar habits, or even their own lingo. This is ours, in a typo poster.
I am so grateful that I could spend my college life in BNEC (Bina Nusantara English Club). It’s not a mere coincidence that I was trapped by my friend to be the member, LOL. Not just shaping me to lead teams, managing stuffs, but also letting me to explore my very passion: videos.
I think that’s one of the reason why BNEC differs from other clubs. We always encourage and give chances for people to explore their passions, aside from the club’s job desc. I still remember the first video I made for BNEC is a promotional for our national competition. Back then I hadn’t got any experience, I was just interested, that’s all. Yet, they always gave me chances, that pushed my curiosity, and shaped me to be what I am now. For 3 years, I’ve been telling stories about BNEC through the videos; about our activities, competitions, field trips, and more. I’ve created a video “culture” and standard for BNEC, and I am very happy.
Yes I’m missing the blog for weeks! Apparently I just got back from my vacation with my lovely one, wohooo! This time, she flew here to meet me. 4 months since we last met, and this meet up was very worth it.
For those who know us, we are a couple who loves to go places and fill up our tummies. We ate so much pork every day, no wonder I gain weight after this *sob*. We met a lot of people back there, and we’re really grateful: Tante Esther, Om Dhar, Dave, Ci Nana, Ko Adri, Lydia, Georgie, and more. Those warm greetings and treats we will never forget. Not to mention Thea’s Dad and Mom for the kindness!
Anyway, I’m very blessed to have her, flying here is such a big step. But all these big things that happened in our life start from the little things we did each other (which I will post it next time). And here is our trip video, enjoy!