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?
Today is supposed to be my 30th post for the month but I came short by 10. Consistency is one thing that I am trying to achieve and I believe it’s hard to get things done when you’re not hold accountable. While I’ve always believed myself to be internally motivated, there are days when I … Continue reading You can’t do everything alone
I was anxious about something today. It’s a normal kind of nervousness but as I tucked myself in bed, the anxiety magnified. So, I flipped through the pages my journal to express my worries. In the midst of writing my thoughts down, I heard a ding from my phone. “Maybe it’s a reminder from an … Continue reading “I don’t believe in myself anymore”
One of the difficult things about adulting is honestly how we’d maintain a friendship when they’re no longer a daily part of you lives—when you don’t see each other as often as before. I was just watching a video about ambivalent relationships. These are relationships that you don’t understand your position with the person currently. … Continue reading Friendship while adulting
Nobody likes uncertainties. Fear of the unknown they say. It’s only fair when we don’t feel the urgency to change because we fear of uncertainties. We create narratives and ideals in our heads but we are not willing to work for it. It’s because we’re lacking of a mission—a sense of direction of where we’re … Continue reading Why we fear uncertainties