If you’ve ever felt like you need to justify yourself when you’d need to be away or when you just need some space to bounce back, I’m with you. Just 2 to 3 weeks ago, I had a major breakdown. The difficult part about this was that I didn’t know what triggered me to feel … Continue reading 2 simple things to do when you can’t take it anymore
I decluttered during the weekend just because I’ve been so frustrated with how many things I’ve accumulated and how they actually have become a burden to me. Not just a burden to my space but to my mind. My closet in particular had always been the place where I’d dread to declutter because I know … Continue reading What I’ve learned from decluttering my space
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
I wrote a long post about how much I feared “putting myself out there” because I would then be exposed to a lot of things. I was actually prepared to receive critiques but I’ve been the one who never knew how to receive compliments gracefully. Maybe I could take it if it was indirectly about … Continue reading Don’t know how to take a compliment? Read this.