My phone came in today! Surprisingly, the set up took no time at all, even with my hundreds of photos to move over. The camera is definitely better, although I do have some learning to do yet as there's a lot of new features on the #galaxyA8 that my grand prime didn't have. My favourite is to be the fingerprint recognition. At first I didn't like the placement but after using it today I see exactly why it is the way it is.
#phoneupgrade#samsung # greatday
Suka takjub sama teknologi jaman sekarang yang makin canggih, secanggih mode live focus mode #GalaxyA8 , hasil kameranya waw outstanding! bisa langsung bedain mana yang focus, dan mana yang blur..peka banget..gak kaya dia, yang udah dikodein tapi masih aja gak sadar, ehhhh ups! 🙊
Hey, hello🖖🎉 so this little muffin did something a bit different. It didn’t come out exactly like it looked in my head but the apps I used to make it crashed way too many times for me to do anything better. I did my best-ish. Anyway, sometimes I feel like the books we read are bigger than we are like the subjects they tackle are massive. Some talk about aspects of life that we tend to hide under the carpet and I feel that, that’s one thing that books really bring into a society where we like to only show the pretty parts of life especially of social media where everything feels perfect and cozy all the time. I for one feel like sometimes my life isn’t as Instagramable as others and that’s totally normal. I love it when an account just posts raw pictures from their life, not edited or with the perfect setting. Or even the edited ones when they send a strong message. What I’m trying to say is that sometimes people can make a true change with sending a big message in in this cyber space using their platform and that’s something really awesome about these times that we live in right now. This subject is a bit weird to discuss as it can feel a bit rambly from how I exposed it but you get it!
QoTD: What book do you feel speaks levels about a subject we don’t usually talk about❓❓❓