I very often get FOMO -- fear of missing out. Actually, let me rephrase that: I used to very often get FOMO. It's not as frequent, but when it does come up, it's like a tornado ripping through all my solid, mental and emotional work. It unhinges my root chakra (that I've worked s o hard to … Continue reading staying in multiple lanes.
Friends are a wonderful invention. To think you can meet people who like you enough without obligation is really cool. They're not related to you, so it's a special kind of relation. They don't have to be around you, but they choose to. Or, I think that's what friendship should be like, in an ideal … Continue reading if you don’t have a good reason why, then why not?
I'm always proud of the two major takeaways from my elementary school career. The first is what empathy is. My music teacher in grade five was tired of some kids being disruptive, so he told our homeroom teacher and she sat us down one day and wrote the word EMPATHY on the chalkboard. "Does anyone … Continue reading a fair test.
I mentioned in an earlier post that I have an obsessive personality. I can feel myself at the tail end of an obsession, so I wanted to write this quickly while I still understood what the feeling was like. I try very hard to have healthy relationships with things, but it can be hard for … Continue reading phases.
I am very confusing. I wanted to start off by saying "Sometimes, it's hard for me to understand what it is that I like", but that wouldn't be 100% true. Then I wanted to say "I know what I want most of the time", but I'm not sure how true that is, either. The truth … Continue reading indecisiveness is — uh, I don’t know.
I made the decision to go back to school and apply for my Masters in the past few months, and I've told maybe a handful of people. I can't say why I'm not so keen on telling anyone. My cultural upbringing tells me that evil eye is a real thing and witches are everywhere waiting … Continue reading a writer’s block.
I'm trying to get into the habit of disappointing people. I take pride on my reliability. I like to think that if someone needs something, then I can always be counted on to provide whatever it is. I lend my time, my space, my energy, my money. My ears, my lips, my hands. I'm detachable … Continue reading lean elsewhere