What exactly are you fighting for? A question I often ask myself when I’d gone down the drain and when doubt would cloud my judgement on what is the reality and what is so far from it. A question that I ask myself now on the reason why I had done this “challenge” in the … Continue reading What exactly are you fighting for?
I‘ve always considered myself more logical than creative because evidently in school I was drawn more towards science stream subjects than that of art. Perhaps I never really thought what I wanted to do because I went with the flow—I stayed doing what I was good at. When you have worked with facts and data … Continue reading Why I’ve stopped expecting but started hoping
November has been a slow writing month for me. I think it’s a lot to do with a few changes in my life including me finally getting a job. I got a job. Can you believe it? And believe it or not, it was only after getting this job that I started getting calls for … Continue reading Unplanned string of events on why I can’t stop writing.
Some days I still struggle to get through the day. It would either be because I have to many unattended—not quite necessary—ideas or because I feel dry—as dry as the desert. Just because I have settled on having my own personal project(s), it doesn’t mean that I have everything figured out. As someone who overthinks, … Continue reading Basic tips to ease thought process and find creative inspiration
When I told the wrong people about my goals, it didn’t work out for me because I expected an external source of change when I actually needed to work on my intrinsic values as well as what I can realistically do now.