I turned 24. When I was young, I didn't know what I wanted to do when I grow up. Whenever grown-ups asked me this question, I'd always feel so embarrassed to answer it, because I'd know I'm lying to myself and to them, whenever I say "I want to become a doctor", or "I want … Continue reading About figuring yourself-out.
I’m a young woman, in my early twenties, and for a long time, I have felt like I’ve been trying all the wrong ways possible to feel alive and to reach inner peace. I am struggling to find the right way to live life, and to give just one less f*** about things that do … Continue reading Dear human, time is your currency.
I'm a self-proclaimed Potter-Head, always been and always will be. Always. I remember spending entire weekends devouring Harry Potter books, barely moving from the couch, until having back pain at age 14. My mom would be so mad at me for not helping around, but I'll be completely oblivious to what she's saying, because I … Continue reading 10 things I learned from Harry Potter
Have you ever wondered how your life looks like in weeks? It definitely puts some perspective into how you manage your weeks to make a life out of them. I remember once someone told me that how we spend our days, ultimately defines how we go through about our lives. We all wish to live … Continue reading Creator Vs. Manager : How to manage your time?
You finally hear your name after long hours of waiting in the crowds. You see your parents’ eyes watering and feel proud already. You have spent way too many nights working for this moment. You are being called to the stage, and what a glorious moment it is. You receive that piece of paper and … Continue reading Being a straight-A student
Hey there! I know… long time no see. I’ll talk about where all of that 2015 writing adrenaline dissipated in another entry, but for now, let me tell you all about waking up at 6h00. The alarm goes off and I’m still immersed in a dream. I open my eyes, turn on the lights and … Continue reading Rise and Shine
As humans, we tend to intuitively drift to the options that seem emotionally easy and bearable. This means that we’re wired to want to settle for less, as long as it feels comfortable. It could range from choosing a take-out for dinner to settling for a lousy job. Just because it feels comfortable. We seek … Continue reading Wired?
December is upon us. This is probably the time when most of us will start listing new resolutions for the upcoming year. Oh well, I decided to start an early-on resolution, something I’ve been postponing for almost 3 years. I created a blog. I did it on December and I couldn’t wait until January to make … Continue reading 2015: Teach me, master.