There are so many things that I would like to do, but the problem is finding someone to do them with. Many times, I would wish I had a sister around the same age as me with the same interests and schedule as me. Oh the things we could do, the places we could see. … Continue reading Being Comfortable Alone
I was craving ramen noodles weeks ago and so drove by to the nearest Asian supermarket to buy my favourite noodles and satisfy my cravings. If you’ve never tried this, you are seriously missing out! As I was waiting in line to get my noodles cashed out, I happened to notice a Sri Lankan woman … Continue reading “… so why is she not married yet?”
“We often want it so badly that we ruin it before it begins. Overthinking. Fantasizing. Imagining. Expecting. Worrying. Doubting. Just let it naturally evolve.” -Unknown I have this tendency to think way into the future, which can be very frustrating. They say you should enjoy the moment / live in the present, which I do, … Continue reading Note to Self: Stop Getting Ahead of Yourself
The topic of minimalism has been brought to my attention this month, which I guess is not a surprise considering it’s the month of ‘New year, New me’. Many people want to get rid of things they don’t need because decluttering = simplicity = less stress and serenity. I’m definitely a believer of less is … Continue reading A Cheapskate or a Minimalist?
A quote that I like to use with people in my life when they begin to compare with others is “Comparison is the thief of joy”. I’ve heard about comparisons over a bunch of things: career, significant others, salary, etc. To be honest, they don’t have it so bad, but because they compare themselves with … Continue reading My Last ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ before turning Twenty Six?
“A condensed, comparative record for five years, for recording events most worthy of remembrance.” A few weeks ago, I came across this journal and found it to be such a cool idea. In a generation where people like things to be quick and simple, this journal is perfect. Basically, everyday, you write a line about … Continue reading One Line a Day: A 5 Year Memory Book