I’ve been feeling off lately. It seemed like a funk and I waited for it to pass. My energy is higher, and my days have been brighter, but something still feels missing.
I'm in that phase where a lot of things are happening, and nothing is happening at the same time. Have you ever felt this way?
Every night, when I'm going over the day's events, questions I have unanswered pop up in my head, and I try to answer them. Sometimes, I fall asleep while trying to, and
I was having a conversation with my friend the other day about how the first quarter went. It was an interesting one because it was the first time we ever dissected a whole quarter's rudiments
If we were having tea, I’d choose a seat in the private part of the café and stare into your eyes for about ten minutes before placing my order.
I don’t care what anyone says because I know no amount of preparation, planning or time can make grief and losing a loved one easy. There are a whole lot of easy tasks but grieving isn’t one of them.
July went by in a flash and I didn't get to accomplish all the tasks on my to-do list before it ended. As usual with every month, there were highs and lows I had to deal with and I got reminded that adulting is a forever scam.
If we were having tea, I'd be so happy to see you. I'd give you a big hug and linger for about a minute or two. I'd finally take a seat and ask you what it's like up there with a big smile on my face.
How are you? This is the most asked question in the world and more often than not, our answer is always a lie. My answer to every "how are you" question is a default "I'm good" because I know most people don't expect otherwise.
We want so many things.
Every day we wake up, there's an addition to the list of the things we want and desire. Our wants always surpass our needs and we can't help it because that's just the way we are wired.
I don’t even know where to begin!!! I started the new year on a high. I had my whole family with me and though I had lost my voice, I was happy. Gradually, everyone started returning to their normal lives and reality set in. Back to work week was hell and when I say hell,... Continue Reading →