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[1: 1,613 of 10,000] The Car In Front Of Me

In Article on October 8, 2015 at 11:59 PM

Research project Traffic Jam and Queuing Assistant - deactivation signal because of missing road markings (10/2010)

I feel comfort when the car ahead of me is small (I prefer driving easily-parkable-cars like Mini Cooper or Ford Figo) rather than big vehicles but then it causes me anxiety when I’m following a 4×4 or trucks because I wanted to see what the driver exactly in front of me sees.

Was that the control freak inside of me? Don’t I trust the judgment of the man in front of me? Am I mere obsessing to see what’s ahead? Or would I like to be the second eye for my safety and of the cars around me? The answer is a little bit of all.

I could really sense my worry when a big car is in front of me and I couldn’t see what’s going on. I get annoyed when the car ahead hits the break in an instant halt all the time without giving enough room to break smoothly, which then causes me to abruptly stop that causes inconvenience to the car behind me (then domino effect); in a way too it reflects my bad judgment and I don’t like to go there.

With this post alone, I could reflect that I have to go back in relaxing. Not to mind what others think of me as long as I make sure I drive safely for everyone’s benefit. I have to not succumb to road rage. But if there one thing I mutter religiously when the panic starts, “Archangel Michael please keep us all motorists safe and enjoy the journey.”

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In Journal on November 16, 2013 at 9:56 PM

I am currently securing a Dubai driving license and I’ve passed 2 tests today and 2 more to officially receive a driving license.

It is a sacrifice completing all the lectures and driving lessons during weekends (the only time I am supposed to be off from work); but it is worth it when sissy and I drive our Mini Cooper and no need to always rely on lift or taxi.

We will definitely go for a road trip pretty soon!!! Go somewhere near the beach, check in a gorgeous hotel, and spend the day enjoying the view and thankful of a beautiful life. Imagining the life of Lauren Conrad (obsessed of her chic #instagram) happy sitting on the sand…

Lauren Conrad Instagram

[1: 1,186 of 10,000] Learning to STOP!

In Article on October 25, 2013 at 11:56 PM



I have a habit of making things run smoothly… so I am blinded to believe or chaotically masking that it does anyway. At my ongoing driving lessons, I was pressing “hazard” button only to still keep driving the car little by little. It is crazy but my teachers specifically told me that I just have to simply STOP, the right thing to do because it is the safe decision.

I understand STOP and yet I was thinking that if I could still keep the car running I would be all right and everyone else. I’ve calculated the speed of my car and everyone else that we are all be all right. I was thinking that I am in control. Is that so wrong? I know it is an irresponsible act and it does reflect how I do things at work, at life.

I was obsessed with accomplishing million things at once. Juggling like a lunatic even if I am not a juggler. I need to listen and I just got to pause and then just STOP.