Sad, somber, melancholy, sorrowful, low, emotional, pensive. Who wants to be sad? No one, surely. Why would anyone want to feel sad? Doesn't that usually mean that something bad has happened? That someone has wronged you, hurt you, disappointed you? Well, quite often yes. We are socialized to ‘just get through things’ or ‘toughen up’... Continue Reading →
When we live in a world where perfect is perceived as the norm through the likes of social media and advertising, it can be immensely triggering for some people.
It's no secret that we are in an epidemic of screen addiction. If it isn't a computer, it's a TV. If it's not a TV, it's a tablet; and almost always it is a phone screen. And with all the things our phones can do these days its no wonder we are constantly glued to... Continue Reading →
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 →
You wake up, grab your phone, start scrolling through Instagram and Facebook and what do you see? Friends travelling the world, others getting married, some buying their first house and others posting gym selfies. Everyone else seems to have much more exciting things going on in their lives than you, right? I mean, you gotta... Continue Reading →