So yes, a series of blog posts I am writing many weeks after. Writing has been difficult, to say the least. But here we are catching up, piecing together life, little by little. Continue reading Quarantine Diaries: Hi, how are you doing?
If this is the first time that you are WFH, it can be daunting. Here is a little something I hope that would help, some of these still stand true from my first post back in 2015 but think of them as perhaps, updated versions of the same, a new, advanced version from Seni in 2020. Continue reading Quarantine Diaries: Let’s Talk about Working from Home
I have so many thoughts on COVID-19. The past few days (it hasn’t even been a week) has opened a plethora of observations to see how people react to what’s happening, overreact to it, find humour in the situation and also, most importantly, help us identify how stupid us humans can be. Continue reading Everything that’s on my mind about the Coronavirus
Last night, I drove back home, my first lonely drive back home for the year. Continue reading Feeling feelings
Stream of consciousness musings on holidays, loneliness and the self. Continue reading Yesterday’s ramblings
The end of the year is always a good time to think, reflect and, be sad. Continue reading So sometimes, the holidays actually suck
General anxieties on life and the sorts have been at an all-time high too and last night, I thought about the first few times I made silly attempts at suicide. Continue reading My ‘Live’ Story
If you ask all the kids of my generation and maybe the ones before or after, they’ve all probably either contemplated suicide or even attempted at it. I mean, does writing ‘farewell notes’ before an attempt and then waking up the next morning only to realise that the attempt was not successful sounds familiar to you? Continue reading Let’s Talk about Suicide in Urban Areas