Shifting the Narrative

Why is it so easy to focus on the bad things that happened or can happen as opposed to looking at the one good thing that resulted? Are we inherently hardwired to focus on the bad? With the current situation, we think about how we can't pay our bills or go outside, but we don't … Continue reading Shifting the Narrative

Day of Creativity (Part II)

I committed myself to having a monthly "day of creativity". A day where I would disconnect all devices, be in tuned with nature and release all the words that have been forcefully oppressed. I didn't know what day I would choose; I thought about the same day each month, but that felt too predictable, and … Continue reading Day of Creativity (Part II)

Day of Creativity (Part I)

At the beginning of the year, I made a vow that I would take the time to "go off the grid" to reset and realign focus on the things that are important to me. I heard of this idea when I went to a workshop last year. "It sparked creativity," she said, and it was … Continue reading Day of Creativity (Part I)

(When you know) It’s time to let go: a jobuationship

I recently started a new job; aside from being in the honeymoon phase, I feel the stark difference in motivation to power through my day. When I started my first job in the UK, I was quite intrigued as I was about to immerse myself in an entirely new culture. It was quite easy as … Continue reading (When you know) It’s time to let go: a jobuationship

I think It’s Time (The Epilogue to The Act of Calling out)

I usually write about whatever pops into my head. There is an element of randomness I appreciate; I think it's because I'm so spontaneous. About a week ago, I posted "I think it's time" because it felt right. Then after posting "the art of calling out" I thought that I should repost "I think it's … Continue reading I think It’s Time (The Epilogue to The Act of Calling out)

I think It’s Time

I love you so I think you need to hear this: I’m tired of giving so much of myself with little to no appreciation. I’m tired of having to constantly listen without you acknowledging the impact of your negativity. There comes a time in your life when you need to realise that your choices not … Continue reading I think It’s Time

What I learnt When Dating Myself…

One of the very first dates I had I took the time to get to know the "me" that has been tucked away so long behind all the fear, regrets and negativity. I wanna showcase the beauty of myself, when I finally decide to pay attention. My list will continuously grow as the dating process … Continue reading What I learnt When Dating Myself…

Relatability…

Being human, you realise that you have a connectivity with the world.

When you know (To Have The Talk)

There is a point in your life when you need to have an earnest conversation with yourself about your life. It becomes evident that you need to do it as everything becomes a bit disoriented, and you need to make sense of what's going on. I had that conversation around 25; it was just around … Continue reading When you know (To Have The Talk)