And yet another week has passed and nothing much has changed. I think it would be a great idea if I put up my absent tallies. This is not to say that I’m proud of them — far from it — but I would like to empathize with students like me who are struggling with academics yet, ironically, loves studying.
It has been my personal belief that loving studying does not always equate to acquiring high grades. I don’t know about you but I’ve met a couple of people who, dare I say, are intelligent, more intelligent that their academically achieving peers, yet frequently flunk their subject or barely pass their courses.

This is the frustration I face whenever I think of school/university. I badly want to be a good a student. I want to have better grades. Somehow, I almost always end up fighting for my “right” to get that lowest passing grade.

It’s a shame, really. I’m not proud of that but I know that I’m  not alone. At least, I hope I’m not. This is the reason why, even if I barely update this blog, I want to keep it running. I want to dedicate this studyblr to those who can’t sort their minds properly, who can’t get enough motivation to get up in the mornings, who have to drag themselves over to the bathroom just to get ready to attend class.

It’s hard. I understand the struggle. This blog is for you… let’s procrastinate our way through the sem TOGETHER!

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