There’s no good excuse for not writing anything for a month, except I had nothing good to say and I suppose I’ve been busy. I still don’t have anything good to say but sometimes writing nothing at all helps your brain to think of more things to write, so let’s hope for that. I want…… Continue reading Excuse
I say ‘sitting, looking at a blank page and waiting for inspiration doesn’t work’. And I believe it, even though I still do it. You just have to get something, anything, down. The first thing that comes to mind. That’s what I’m doing. I probably don’t need to explain myself every time. People know what’s…… Continue reading Not a Business Person
1. Better late than never. If your assignment’s 3 days late, still do it. If the soccer match started 5 minutes ago and you’re just pulling up, play extra hard. If you’re 20 minutes late to brunch- thanks your friend for waiting. Actually, just try to stop doing that last one. 2. How to pour…… Continue reading 16 Things 2016 Taught Me
I can’t really form one solid opinion on New Year’s Resolutions. On one hand, I firmly believe that if you need or want to change, do it now. Don’t wait for tomorrow or Monday or the new year. Do it now. Don’t start your changes and goals upon an excuse. However, I also think if…… Continue reading Resolution and Evolution
I have a mental bucket list, scrawled down somewhere in the back of my mind. A bucket list’s greatest shortcoming is that there’s no known time frame; you can put off each item to ‘another year’, and you never really know when your opportunities will end. So 20 things to do before 20 is a…… Continue reading To Do: Bucket Edition
Every decision we make shapes and reflects the people that we are, and that we’re becoming. So as we pass through each day’s triumphs and struggles, we’re all eventually pretty sure of who we are. Take a moment to describe yourself, but consider your answer without your name, appearance, friends, experiences or job. So stripping…… Continue reading Who Are You?
In motivation, my mum once said to me, “Eventually, you’ll figure out that nothing reeeeally matters.” Take it with a grain of salt. When faced with a decision, there’s immediately a form of inherent pressure to make the right decision. Asking for somebody else’s advice passes away a little bit of responsibility from ourselves. It…… Continue reading Advice: The Good and The Bad