It’s Cramming Time!

It’s ironic how I hate the word “cramming” yet I have embraced the bad practice of cramming through the years. Back in college, I would always cram whenever exam period was fast-approaching. At work, I still cram in finishing some of my monthly tasks, albeit discreetly. Haha.

My wedding is happening very soon. I still have a few things to do and as much as I don’t want to cram, I feel like I’m cramming already. I know I should be taking my beauty rest now (I’m the bride, after all) but I can’t just do that at this point. I cannot afford to mess up on my wedding day. I’m so glad I made a wedding checklist which, so far, has been keeping me sane with all the last-minute wedding details that I need to attend to. Oh my, wait a sec, I just remember my florist told me to get some gift baskets for the styling of the reception venue.*cramming starts here*

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Disappointed

When you have high expectations on something, the chance that you’d get disappointed is also high. Through the years, I’ve learned not to put high expectations on anything or anybody. I don’t exactly believe in “lasting first impressions.” Most of the time, the humble ones produce the best output and shine the brightest. Erhm, make that all the time.

Same thing with services. When you are paying for services, the cheap ones are usually substandard and good only for a single use. In this case, the chance to be disappointed is high as well. But I don’t want to generalize. I’ve seen and dealt with several service providers who came cheap but delivered on their promises. It’s a matter of luck, I guess. Oh and, online reviews are a good gauge when it comes to these service providers.

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