I woke up wildly unhappy this morning. My back was aching, the sound of my alarm felt like stabbing through my brain, and the sky was as grey as my hair will be after yet another long-as-hell day at work today. So, I decided to make myself my favourite curry for lunch. I made … Continue reading Bad Morning.
Writers have this tendency to begin stories, poems, songs, movies- any piece of art with waking up in the morning. Have you noticed that? As if that's the beginning of all time and nothing has happened before that moment but 8 hours of darkness. Which, fair, sleeping is not something we consciously experience - but … Continue reading So I woke up…
Disclaimer: This post is essentially a self-therapy session of me ranting about my problems and solutions. Please enjoy if you care to read. So, here's the thing. I've mentioned already that since being home I've been in this weird life limbo that's caused me to feel this sense of dullness and unfulfillment, which is obviously taking … Continue reading Psychological Control
So I started taking this art class (every Wednesday night for 4 weeks), and I thought I would do a mini-blog series about what I am learning. Obviously I won't really be sharing a lot of the actual technique, but rather sharing my experience. DAY ONE: July 5, 2017 Work was fairly busy today, and … Continue reading Art Class (Acrylics): Day One
Sometimes it's fun to just be outwardly kind to people for absolutely zero reason. I did that today, just now actually, and it was freakin' fun. They got so happy and flattered and if reality is anything like what my mind has imagined it to be, I predict they will now be a happier and … Continue reading Gratuitous Kindness
I am in life limbo. What do I mean by this? Well, essentially everything in my life right now is temporary - apart from some of the people. My job, my home, my routine, my work clothes, my bed, this town, my horrendously uninspiring cubicle. I've just graduated university and come back from travels, and … Continue reading In life limbo.
You speak in riddles, with wit and with care I respond with a grin, I respond with a prayer But my prayers have changed, now a tart goodbye So farewell, my love may you always be mine.
I think I would die without music. It's what keeps me sane along with these hours of sitting in a cubicle, staring at excel sheets and cleaning my teacup rings with 50 cent napkins. I'm working on a piece right now about a girl named Farah, who is deaf. For authenticity purposes, and to … Continue reading Ah, the Sound of Music.
There was a long period over the past year or two where I would experience very regular moments of bliss. The feeling almost became my norm- it was wonderful. But then things started to change; I left school, took off for travels and my life kind of took a 360. When I got back … Continue reading Moments of Bliss
Hello, hello. It's been a while. I have returned from my travels and am back to my dull cubicle life, for now at least. Some life updates (if you care): I've graduated uni - in psychology. I've just traveled 6 countries in Asia (post to come). I am working an office job, living with my … Continue reading I’m Back!