Hey,

As you might or might not know, I’m Tracy, turning 25 this September. I’m now at my last semester of my Master Program at Grad School of Economics, Nagoya University, Japan, majoring in Economics & Business Administration.

Me, a true stubborn. Need proof? I ran my first Marathon 2 months ago. Just kidding, it’s just I purely love running and am obsessed with achieving goals. Besides, I’m a day-dreamer, often have my head in the clouds. Want to know more about me? Read this blog and try follow what I read. If we do meet, go run with me!

About this Blog: 

This Blog serves 2 main goals (see, I’m really obsessed with goals).

  • Mines:

First of all, this is where I pour my thoughts out. Why, cuz I’m always wondering in my head. That’s not healthy I know. Plus I haven’t been interacting much with human so this blog will somehow makes me feel like talking to someone, hopefully, get me off my head for sometimes. 

  • Yours:

Of course, for my beloved readers and friends, I can’t just expect from you without giving out anything. Here, you’ll get a sense of the life I’m leaving, the experience I had and the knowledge I attained. Or we simply share our favorite movies lol. Thanks for dropping by anw. 😘😘

My Blogging Schedule

For the time being, I’m planning to have 2 entries published per week on Tuesday and Friday’s nights but but but most of my posts are in Vietnamese though. Occasionally I would write some English posts upon on my mood. Stay tuned!

Yours,

Tracy

 

4 Replies to “About Me and this Blog

  1. Wow,awesome blog structure! How lengthy
    have you ever been running a blog for? you made blogging look easy.
    The entire look of your website is excellent, let alone the content material!

    1. Hey thanks. I’ve been working on this blog for roughly a month now. Start with a simple theme. After all, it’s the content that matters.

  2. I’m happy to see your blog. I will also try to write English blogs and want to be able to understand your Vietnamese blog even though the words I know in Vietnamese is only mệt mỏi, xin chào and cảm ơn bạn.
    I hope you to come to my blog, though it’s only Japanese. I’ll try to write English version.

    1. Hi Ito san,

      Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes I’ve read some of your posts and tried as much as possible to understand them, the one that you mentioned that I mistook nabe with shabushabu.

      Look forwards to your English version. I’ll try to write more in English as I put more time on this. 🙂

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