Ever since I discovered Kendra and her awesome project, I have been challenging myself. It has only been a few weeks, but since then, I told strangers on Facebook about my childhood fear started conquering said fear when I visited my granny in the hospital today went on a spontaneous roadtrip just to go to…… Continue reading Miss Second-in-Command
I recently did this challenge with a friend of mine, where we wake up at 6 am everyday, sleeping in is permitted on the weekends, but regardless if I have to work on Mon-Fri or not, I have to get up. This has been working surprisingly well for me, I was very focused in the…… Continue reading What Really Counts.
Disclaimer: As someone who has dealt with depression and suicidal thoughts at a very young age, I am absolutely for medical advice. You don’t choose your depression, you don’t choose to be sad or angry. I am not a psychiatrist and if you feel off or know someone who could be dealing with a mental…… Continue reading I Choose To Be Happy.
or I Am The Most Defensive Person In Every Room How do you react when someone you are close to criticises your behaviour? How do you react if you know that the criticism is valid? How do you react to jokes? Are you cynical? I have realized that being cynical doesn’t make me a good…… Continue reading Walls Up – War of Thoughts
Who was the biggest influence in your life in the last year? My parents. I am still not over the fact that they broke something in me when they separated. With every fight, every word uttered through clenched teeth, every snarky remark about each other. They showed my that trust is a house of cards,…… Continue reading Questions.
We all have this type of shoe, unless you are one of those people living in a hot, humid climate wearing sandals 24/7 – the black ankle boot. Mine weren’t particularly beautiful, particularly cheap – and particularly high-quality. I wore them for almost a year before they completely fell apart at the soles, which…… Continue reading I Threw Out A Pair Of Shoes And It Made My Day
Remember the last time you met a good friend, say at a café or restaurant. A seriously attractive woman walks in: Red lipsticks, heels. She turns heads, and with a mixture of admiration and doubt you say: “Wow, I wish I could pull that off.” Your friend wants to be a good friend, of…… Continue reading Why You Need to Delete “That’s Not Me” From Your Vocabulary