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Linguistics Student Indonesia Founded in April 2015, Linguistics Student Indonesia starts as a personal blog and continues its journey and has expanded its wings to several platforms such as Instagram, Youtube, Anchor, Facebook, ResearchGate, and LinkedIn. Linguistics Student Indonesia is currently non-profit and represents its founder's personal brand. The idea of creating Linguistics Student Indonesia emanates when Suci Wulan Lestary as a Founder of this blog encounters a lot of difficulties in learning Linguistics as her specialty in college. So, she started to build Linguistics Student Indonesia while hopes that this platform could help to spread her values as a passionate individual who is attracted to linguistics as she took Indonesian Linguistics specialty as her major in college. Besides linguistics, she would also love to share her meaningful life experience. That's why the tagline: makes little things matter by learning through experience. *** Current Interest


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A MESSAGE - Shout out to my brave friends out there! Please never stop just because sillypants86 leave a comment in your social media that you suck or you’re ugly. It’s good because actually everybody sucks at something. Everybody struggling in their actual house a.k.a their minds; they also figure out something every day! No one is perfect, but I believe that each of you has something that you’re good at. How to know that you’re good at something? Just ask yourself three simple questions: (1) what is the thing my friends frequently asked me? (2) what is the thing that you’d love to do it for free? (3) what is the thing that you think is easy while others think it’s hard?

To me, all that matters was consistency and practicality in doing something you love. No one is going to stop you when you love it. Let me tell you a story of mine. After finished high school, I was very brave to choose Indonesian literature as my major at uni, yet this is the best choice that I’ve ever take in my life because even if the stakes are high, the road’s rough, but I love this game. You know what? You are unbeatable when you love your game and your consistency will prove it to you.

I wasn’t a native speaker of English, but some people said I can speak and write English pretty well today because I didn’t stop practicing. I push myself every single day. I spent 3 years with bad grammar on Twitter during my high school life.

I also finished my bachelor thesis research in two years, somebody out there might see me as a loser, but I love losing in this game because actually, I knew where this will lead me to, and it is what makes me who I am.

Self-awareness is the key, I keep it in my head. It makes me remember the time where I scrolling through Instagram and saw many artists posting their drawings every day, but instead of complaining to myself like ‘why I am not good at drawing?’ I created this linguisticstudent blog instead and sharing my attraction to language and writing and the response was actually out of my mind. I’ve found a lot of new friends with the same interest as me, and it’s sparked joy in my soul.

To you who read this, make sure you love your game and you knew where the game will take you, what people think is their business, your consistency & practicality to the thing that you love is what matters most. Never look at other people’s process when it makes you forget about yours.

Never spend your precious time looking at what people do in their life!

Then you might say “But it makes me inspired!”

You are already inspired, stop scrolling, and stop seeing people’s posts on social media, post yours!
Stop seeing what others do, start acting on your plans!
It’s not going to be easy, but if you love the game, you’re going to win!

Because when you keep seeing others, your time will never coming back to you. You’d better spend it on trying/learning something you always want to try/learn instead of blaming and over judging yourself for being unproductive after school/work or on your day-off. 

Do what you love as long as it’s positive & causing no harm to others. Remember this too: you’re not going to meet the finish line, it’s a long journey. Even when you die, there will be life after death. Have your seat, enjoy the ride! Have a great day!

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