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
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
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been struggling to manage myself—my thoughts especially— because I haven’t had the time to pause outside of prayer times. I’ve been forgetful and I’ve set a record of losing my only prescribed glasses at home. Most probably misplaced but as I’ve been looking for it since early morning, … Continue reading A brief story of self-management and finding time to “pause”
Even if you don’t want to have a prim and proper way to do it—just for a moment—start engaging with things around you organically. I mean, don’t even take a photo of the sunset or the beautiful bright fullmoon. Or whatever it is that you enjoy doing.
We can’t relate to all successful people because some of us have forgotten how human they are. Before they’ve reached where they are, they struggled. Just like you and me, but in our own little ways.