1. Pauline
    May 12, 2018 @ 12:30 am

    I think I only got to Day 30ish on the 100 Days of Code challenge, I found it difficult to commit to because of my busy schedule. Also during the time, I was on my placement year where I was on the computer from 9 – 5 so more time on the computer after work was not what I wanted to do. I will try and do it again soon!

    Good luck with yours! I think pairing it with another #100Daysof… is helpful. Hiro does this super well. ;)

    I definitely prefer Twitter, I reach more people and people tend to have more interesting conversations as opposed to Facebook IMO.

    I’m so sorry to hear about your eyes. :( Coming from a BMS background, I can just emphasise the importance and power of lifestyle changes – it can honestly heal you naturally. :) Sending you positive vibes!


    • Adri
      May 13, 2018 @ 11:57 am

      I think the last time I was on #100DaysOfCode last year was day 51 or 52 and then life happened. But it’s definitely helping me keep up with the challenge this year when I paired it with another #100DaysOf… (Japanese). I’ve been doing both on Twitter simultaneously even if I haven’t been tagging much and it’s been very fulfilling.

      I have to admit that I regret not spending too much time on Twitter then, how powerful this microblogging platform may be. To be able to reach out to so many people of all different places and backgrounds, even the people you’ve never imagined or expected to meet, even if it’s just the internet, is still amazing and rewarding. Aside from keeping in touch with irl friends I do go on Facebook, but there’s just way too much drama and stuff going on on my wall that I couldn’t even remove them from my Friends list that I decided to stray away from there haha!

      And, regarding my eyes, no worries. It turns out that the “blood clot” my optometrist saw was just pigment, and it’s considered normal for younger-aged people (I’m in my early 40s so I guess that’s still young lol). Still, she gave me a grid guide that I’m supposed to stare for a few seconds about 14 inches from my eyes to see if there were any changes. If it was the other way around, I’d have to start wearing sunglasses. Still, I’m definitely going to do a lot of lifestyle changes soon. It’s difficult but I’ll definitely commit to it. Maybe that should be a #100DaysOf… challenge to add haha. 😄


  2. Megan
    May 13, 2018 @ 3:46 pm

    Its so sweet how you want to help them and the fanbase! I would never think to do that.

    Good luck with your challenges!


    • Adri
      May 13, 2018 @ 6:12 pm

      I’ve helped other artists before from several years ago, but MADKID is a lot different. How is it can you be just a fan while you get to talk/hang with them online via livestream at the same time? If you think about it, if you do end up talking to them and then not do anything for them in return, how would that feel? Anyway.

      I’m slow but study with the challenges, but I’m getting there. 😊


  3. Claudine
    May 19, 2018 @ 5:53 am

    OMG I totally love this #100DaysOf idea! I might do this with my Chinese since I feel like I’ve been taking my language learning for granted lately, to the point that I’m already falling behind because I’ve been paying too little attention. Maybe this challenge will help me get back on track! :D


    • Adri
      May 20, 2018 @ 10:27 pm

      Yup, try it! It doesn’t have to be every day, but it really helps! :D

      I feel like talking to people is the best way to learn so far. It helps for me because the people I talk to want to learn English as well. ^^


  4. Sakura
    May 20, 2018 @ 12:12 am

    I hope you will be fine. Maybe you can consider using Crizel Xperio sun lenses? That’s what I am using and it is one of the highest sun protection in the market currently.


    • Adri
      May 21, 2018 @ 12:24 am

      Well, it turns out that it wasn’t cataracts or hemorrhage, but some pigment that’s normal for “young people.” I’m not quite sensitive to sunlight just yet. But I’ll check out those sun lenses as a future reference. 😊


  5. Mikari
    June 28, 2018 @ 11:43 am

    Life has been crazy busy and I’m just now catching up with everything. I hope the sunglasses help keep your eyes as healthy as possible. I don’t have diabetes but I’m very near sighted so I can relate to your worries. Have fun with MADKID!


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