I’ve been writing this post since the start of December. Since December 02nd I’ve been drafting the first bits in my mind and on the 04th I took it to paper/screen. Every blog post that I take 800 days to churn now becomes a work in progress. It no longer is an affair of sitting down and writing a post at a time. It takes … Continue reading 28 Ways to Make 2019 Great
It has been a long time and a lot has happened, duh. But let’s not try to get too ambitious and call this a weekly practice, but a frequent practice of being thankful to what’s around me. Continue reading Week Thirty-Five: Giving Thanks
This was supposed to come in as a birthday post but that didn’t happen. New Year’s resolutions aren’t really my thing but most of 2017 has been spent a lot with a good deal of self reflection that has obviously resulted in the following. Here’s how I intend to make 2018 the Year of “Now”. Continue reading 27 Ways to Make 2018 Great
See I’m a closed up person. I’m not the book type where the more you get to read, the more I open up. In fact, I feel as though you are the wrong type of reader or you just don’t spend enough time in a library, you will be getting to read a different book. Actually, for every reader that gets the right book, every … Continue reading Let’s Talk about Personal Space
Oh hello to you too! I have a list of thankfuls for today because it seems like one of those days to be thankful for because it seems to be the only thing that makes sense just about now: Taking notes! A weird thing to be thankful for but the past few days have been really crazy and thanks to the 800 notes I have … Continue reading Week Thirty-Four: Giving Thanks
This week in Giving Thanks. Continue reading Week Thirty-Three: Giving Thanks
It’s a topic I’ve been wanting to speak on for a long time, but haven’t for the usual reasons, i.e.- procrastination and then for the more diplomatic reasons on whether we should speak about it at all. Because I mean after all, these sort of topics are saved for after marriage and I’m not married noh. If you do want to know more about sex … Continue reading Let’s (try to) Talk about Sex Education?
For the record, I’m neither gay nor am I married. Second, I add the phrase “gay marriage” in inverted commas because I don’t even see how a “gay” marriage is any different to a “regular” marriage between two “heterosexual” people. As far as I know, marriage is a union of love, gay or otherwise. Or one of convenience, if Jane Austen was bae. Third, I’m … Continue reading Let’s Talk about “Gay Marriage”