Weekly Photo Challenge: Resolved

Normally I’m not the ‘resolutions-type’ but this year I’ve made one – and a half.
My picture shows both of them, first of all my postaday 2013 – which is the one – and my Korean studies – which is only a half because I already knew that I would join the next class long before New Years Eve.

So… I killed two birds with one stone^^


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