Nara K

is moving to New York.



I'm doing 29 things
 

Nara K's Life List

  1. 1. love and be loved
    2,628 people
  2. 2. write a novel
    11,480 people
  3. 3. live simply
    3,247 people
  4. 4. smile more
    3,622 people
  5. 5. Allow myself to only be treated well by the people I choose to have friendships and relationships with. If they do not, I need to find the courage to move on without them.
    268 people
  6. 6. Get a PhD
    2,977 people
  7. 7. get a Master's degree
    3,014 people
  8. 8. become fluent in Mandarin Chinese
    33 people
  9. 9. pay off my student loans
    1 cheer
    3,012 people
  10. 10. get married, stay married, and live happily ever after
    1,901 people
  11. 11. adopt a child
    1,780 people
  12. 12. hug a penguin
    139 people
  13. 13. buy my mother a new oven
    1 cheer
    1 person
  14. 14. visit China
    880 people
  15. 15. Go back to Morocco
    6 people
  16. 16. climb Mt. Fuji
    162 people
  17. 17. learn Korean
    1,390 people
  18. 18. see the northern lights
    19,131 people
  19. 19. visit Egypt
    1,070 people
  20. 20. Do NaNoWriMo
    694 people
  21. 21. learn arabic
    2,364 people
  22. 22. learn ballroom dancing
    405 people
  23. 23. design my own tattoo
    5,048 people
  24. 24. Improve my posture
    2,729 people
  25. 25. see Daft Punk in concert
    7 people
  26. 26. see The Prodigy in concert
    1 person
  27. 27. see DJ Tiesto LIVE
    4 people
  28. 28. see U2 in concert
    225 people
  29. 29. see Tool in concert
    31 people
Recent entries
study abroad in japan
2 more weeks!

Just two weeks left before I leave for an 8-week summer program in Tokyo. I’m so excited!



Dye my hair green
I enjoyed it.

I did this for the first time about ~4 months ago, and I had a lot of fun with it. The wide range of people’s reactions were very amusing, too. (I hadn’t told anyone that I was planning to do this.) Probably my favorite comment was from a professor who said, “You know, if I didn’t know that people aren’t supposed to have green hair, I’d say that it looks completely natural on you.”

It was definitely a worthwhile experience, but on the other hand, I’m not sure if I’d ever do it again. The dark green shade faded very quickly into this muddy green-brown color, and I had to redye it every 3-4 weeks to go back to the shade I really wanted. Also, the dye stains everything, even weeks later. My pillow covers will probably never look the same again.




 

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