Monday, September 30, 2013

Review the Third Quarter

Did I fulfill my last quarter goals?

I did not make goals for the last quarter. I just wanted to do my best in my studies. I reached that goal because I attended all my classes and studied all provisions, cases, and readings.

What were the most important words the Lord gave to me this quarter?

I do not know the most important words the Lord gave to me this quarter. I just remember: "Seek first the Kingdom of God, and everything will be given to you."

What were my greatest blessings these past three months?

The greatest blessings I have received these past three months are my family, my friends, and my studies. I am a quiet person, and I like when my blessings also come quietly.

What are my most pressing needs for the next quarter?

My most pressing needs for the next quarter are my studies, my family, and my money.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Go to Katipunan

Today I did not recite in class. I went to Katipunan to buy a pen and eat chicken teriyaki. I finished reviewing agency and negotiable instruments. Tomorrow will be for trust.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Recitation day

Today we were able to move to my boarding house early. Then I was called to recite in election law and remedial law review. I finally finished the commentary on the general provisions on agency. Tomorrow I will read labor relations, finish agency, and review negotiable instruments.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Family day

First, I studied agency, public officers, and negotiable instruments. Second, we ate a family dinner at Amici. Third, we are safe in our home despite the strong rains.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Three Blessings

Today I write about three blessings I had for the day. Studies say that writing down blessings can boost one's health. First, I learned more about special proceedings in class, such as when to apply for judicial settlement and how to prevent escheat. Second, my family and I heard mass today and the priest was very lively in the homily about the wicked steward. Third, I got home safely even though it was raining very hard. Thank you, Lord!

Sunday, September 01, 2013

Cultivate daily habits

Today I started doing eight daily habits:
1. Wake up at 6 am.
2. Eat breakfast.
3. Study in the morning.
4. Draw from reality.
5. Read the Bible.
6. Review for the bar.
7. Exercise for 7 minutes.
8. Greet people.

I use a free app called Daily Goals to track them. I just do the bare minimum.
1. Wake up any time before 7 am is fine.
2. Eat food with carbs and protein before 11 am.
3. Study for at least one hour before noon.
4. Draw something that I see in front of me.
5. Read the gospel, psalm, and readings.
6. Read at least twenty provisions.
7. Do the 7 minute workout minus planks.
8. Greet people on their birthdays on Facebook.