If you are an avid fan of reading blogs, Im sure that there’s a point in your life whereby you must have come across the ever popular blog – Post Secret (180 million hits & counting). So, anyway the founder of the PostSecret project – Frank Warren- will be heading over to UB for a talk on the 9th Oct to share his story and all the touching & inspirational stories that he had received with students. In case if you have no idea what Im talking about, Post Secret is a highly successful blog which started a phenomenon that allows people from all around the globe to post secrets via creative postcards about their most embarrassing moments which they rather hide from the others. http://postsecret.blogspot.com/
Want to know what stinks? I have my PR class on that day 😦 Yes, 3 night classes on consecutive days! But you know, Im contemplating skipping class just for this special talk.
Examples of Post Secret postcards (all pics credited to the site):
A heartbreak on its way?
An ingenius idea to ask for bigger boobs!
I thought I was in the exact same position once too.
A scenario that I hope that I would never have to face.
Since we’re on the topic of blogs, here’s another love of mine: http://stickgal.blogspot.com/
I love how she’s able to produce such hand-drawn graphics to convey meanings and stories which we can relate to. Simple illustrations but nevertheless, a great example of using solely graphics to convey humour and wits! Always a reading pleasure for a tired soul at the end of the day.
(all following pics & story credited to stick girl)
Here’s a story about a girl and her love for designer bags. Who doesn’t anyway? Still a dream of mine to purchase a Balenciaga bag!
Im beginning to enjoy school alot, definitely a decision that I never regret. A million activities and events. Free health & wellness ( yoga, pilates, muay thai kickboxing *baby!* , and many more ) programmes. International diversity. Seriously, what’s there not to love? And yea somewhere along the excitement of having such a bustling university lifestyle made me forget the main priority – which is to score excellent grades!