In summary of the capsule building: • Got rid of clothes that are beyond repair (from 100+ pieces) • Took photos of what I have left • Got some new ones to incorporate with the base numbers • Organized into palettes • And digitalized wardrobe for ready access Previously on episode one, I addressed a […]Read more "Project Reset: Re-pivoting for 2019 – Wardrobe Overhaul Part 2"
The past month was a little slow for me trying to reset some things. I can say I’ll be taking it even slower till the year ends. But, I wanted to make a pace change for this channel, doing this a lil’ faster for some things that I wanted to share. All in the name […]Read more "Project Reset 2018-2019"
I invite you, to come along with me and try different ways to find or create a workable set of activities that you can do to alleviate or replace overthinking, restlessness or just grasping that tiny little period of productivity. And sustain it. If you are into the arts, that’s perfect. If you are in […]Read more "An Invitation"
Title: Headspace Author: Andy Puddicombe Main Plot or Message: Headspace, like its application name, is a book that started the modern meditation movement. Headspace as popularly known is a term as mental state combining words “head” and “space” Headspace is described by Puddicombe as “lying sense of peace, a feeling of fulfillment or unshakeable contentment, […]Read more "Book Review: Headspace by Andy Puddicombe "
How do you turn to self-compassion? How much is too much of self-criticism?Read more "There is nothing grand about self-love"
When do you know you are falling prey to your own procrastination?Read more "Discovering the Indulgent Loop"
What Does the future hold? and What Is being DoneRead more "Where is the better future?"
What makes or causes big changes in life? How do you recognise unhealthy/destructive cycles and how to overcome them?Read more "The cost and causes of coming out of the dark"
Do you catch the definitive moments of serenity? The sort that keeps your senses heightened for longer or activates an awareness of the present. I don’t. It probably happens sporadically but I’m pretty sure I have dismissed it as a “respite”, a “pause” or even a plain instance of “boredom”. Equally bored with etymologies as […]Read more "A Big Yet Blurry Picture"