Yes Days Off

It’s no secret that our generation is hungrier than it’s ever been. Everyone is on their #workflow and taking #nodaysoff. We’ve glamourized and glorified overworking at the dangerous expense of self-care. For many of us, myself included, overworking begins in university. With strict deadlines, late nights and copious amounts of coffee, overworking is an unspoken

Don’t Forgive Me

Last week my Mom and I were driving down from my auntie’s place when a conversation about forgiveness came up. We came to a unanimous opinion- many people think forgiving someone means leaving an issue unresolved, when in fact resolution is necessary for forgiveness. I witnessed a very interesting situation early this month where a

Vision 2015

Happy 2015! I trust you are all well and hope you had a lovely Christmas break. I must say, I’m still on holiday! For the past couple of years, my December has been marked by endless, stifling revision. This one has been different. As I am now part of the workforce, I’ve had the opportunity

Birthday Behaviour

December 13th is my date of birth. I remember in my younger years, I would wait with great anticipation for my birthday morning. Birthdays were exciting because my family would wake me up with their croaky morning voices singing ‘Happy birthday‘, my Mom would make me a yummy big breakfast and later I’d meet my

Lollipop Moments

About 2 months ago I watched this very eye-opening TED talk. Lollipop moments. We create them. We are part of them, everyday. Something that may seem so meaningless to you could mean the entire world to someone else. During my students’ union elections I was on the receiving end of various lollipop moments. When I decided