The Lessons I Learnt in 2019

Goodbye, 2019, you ruthless little bugger. You've been a year filled with a lot of lessons learnt the hard way. Lessons that came as the result of a lot of pain, grief, anxiety and isolation. Lessons I plan to take into 2020 to make it a better one. I could write an entire book on what 2019 taught me, but I've narrowed it down to these four lessons.

Social Media Detox – By Tom Watson

I recently wrote a post for Tom Watson's website, Get a Grip on the importance of connectivity and Tom very kindly offered a piece to me to publish on my blog. A candid documentation of his social media detox, something I found very admirable of him for doing and documenting. See his fascinating observations taken... Continue Reading →

Rip off the labels & embrace your grey area

We humans enjoy a good stereotype. The cliques formed in school show this perfectly. There's the jocks, popular kids, nerds, drama geeks, goths, hipsters etc. As a society, if there is one thing we have in abundance its sub-cultures. Hippies, yogis, yuppies, gamers, bikers, punks, artists, all the way to liberals, feminists and fascists. It... Continue Reading →

Overloaded in a Modern World

My Netflix watchlist is constantly growing and I never seem to get through it. The number of podcasts that I'm subscribed to is far more than I will ever have time for. I have downloaded so many albums and playlists on Apple Music - trying to enjoy what I know I enjoy as well as keep up with the new stuff. Almost everyday I hear of a new book I want to read, as well as some new app that is supposed to change my life that I want to try.

This is My New Reality

This is my new reality.  Let those words sink in. Repeat them to yourself. We all go through changes in our lives. A change in career, a change in home, a change in routine. As the old cliche goes, change is life's only constant. But we all deal with change differently. Some of us take... Continue Reading →

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