Let’s Talk about Suicide in Urban Areas

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

Non-Motivation Tuesday

It’s raining and I’m miserable. I wanted to Give Thanks later today but with yesterday’s remnants of awful rains and this morning’s gloomy skies, trust me, I feel grateful to no one. I know I sound wretchedly insane to be saying what I am saying given the continuous weeks of mad heat but I was (am) one of those silent warriors that advocated for preferred warm … Continue reading Non-Motivation Tuesday

On Productivity

Two things work through my mind as I start typing this out: On how pretentious a productive person I might sound (loving the alliteration though, can’t help it, slurp); IT’S BEEN THE SECOND DAY IN A ROW SINCE I WROTE SLASHED BLOGGED. GAH. YAY. OHMYGOSHImuststopbeingasdramatic. Jokes aside though, I have some productive tendencies. It all comes down to how productive I genuinely want to be. … Continue reading On Productivity

What They Don’t Tell You about Working from Home

For most of (what I will reveal through this post) the part, I work from home. Or not “home” in its traditional sense, but let’s just reword it to, “alternate workspace”, because I more often than not sit occasionally at “workspaces” mercilessly hogging their wifi or grace a series of coffee shops. Very rarely do I now work from “home” as we know it, as there are one too many meetings happening in the “City” #SuburbanGirl and the house was in need of a chauffeur. I volunteered for the latter as this not only helped me cut down my travel costs but also helped me ensure the money saved was spent on exorbitantly priced coffee. Continue reading What They Don’t Tell You about Working from Home