So got to know from @tokyolightss this morning that Dayre was going to close down soon. Thought that it’s just another “rumor” circulating around saying that the socmed platform is closing down but when actually they’re just hoax. True enough, after reading the CEO’s message and stuff, it finally sank in me that yeah; Dayre is really closing down.
Well technically i got introduced to Dayre by Esther during our uni days and even now I got to know that it’s closing down from her as well LOL
Even though i don’t really post often but I’ve kinda gotten attached to Dayre while struggling to keep myself sane in Uni. I relied on Dayre a lot during my whole two years – coming up with things to post, taking photos to upload and doing everything to keep me distracted while studying for exams and doing assignments.
Man, I’m so going to miss writing and stuff because honestly Dayre is the only platform i feel most comfortable to rant cos I don’t use my IG/Twitter/Wordpress that often.
And even though i don’t post anything much these days because i’m always so tired after work every day to even write anything, I’m still really sad that this little platform where i can literally post anything is going to be gone, in less than a month 😢
Okay i’m a dramatic overly attached lady okay
So that aside, ended my friday well when I spontaneously decided to pick up an Ofo Bike and rode to the next MRT station before eventually taking the train home.
Had a lot on my mind lately, with work and interviews and a hell lot of shit lately that I just needed to do something to get my mind off it. Things have been occupying my head for the past few weeks and it’s really annoying because my brain wouldn’t stop thinking even when it’s time to sleep.
And so while enjoying the breeze and the fast speed, it felt like my head was slowly getting filled with fresh air and for a moment then, I felt so free.
The skies were turning orange as I cycled through the trees and streams of people knocking off from work and it made me appreciate the beauty of the things around me that existed if I let go of my worries and begin to look at my surroundings.
Spent my Saturday at a talk about the 4 Wonderful Women in the history of Islam conducted by this wonderful teacher. She is really inspirational and it made me wonder, what have I achieved in my life at the age of 24? She’s only 25 with 3 kids and she’s already so successful- giving talks to youths and inspiring people.
Masya Allah. At this age of mine, what did i ever accomplished?