Everything that you do consumes you. So try to concern yourself with only good things.
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 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
I don't know where to begin. Ever since I was young (all relative!), I have been obsessed with Cowboy Bebop. The obsession comes and goes, as with all things (I live my life in a series of obsessions and it's exhausting but it's the only way I know how to be), but it's remained a … Continue reading see you, space cowboy.