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.Read More
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?Read More
I’m not fine
I’m far from fine
I need a break
I need change
I always look forward to Ramadan every year. It is the month in which the holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W) and all Muslims are expected to fast throughout the month.Read More
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 rudimentsRead More
It’s hard to remember the last time I worked on anything without a plan or list. Every activity I embark on has been planned out somewhat in my head, on my notes app, or in my notebook.Read More
Since the first day of the month of October, my energy level has been on a high. October is my favourite month of the year because it’s my birth month.Read More
2020 has been the year of unexpected changes for us all because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, the unexpected changes that 2020 has brought my way haven’t been as difficult as these changes that I still sometimes struggle with every day.Read More
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.Read More
So far, 2020 has been the year of difficult changes for everyone because of the coronavirus pandemic. There are a lot of things we thought we couldn’t live without that we’ve been able to live without.Read More
There may be a lot of things that I’m not but let’s talk about the things that I am;
I am a doer.
I am a fighter.
I am a helper.
I hate that you never let things go.
I hate that you always had to have the last say.
I hate that you were always serious every damn time.
I hate that you didn’t read or believe that reading matters.