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

#faves: TED talks

There’s nothing that quite compares to watching a captivating, thought-provoking TED talk. For today’s #faves post, I’ve compiled a list of my most favourite episodes. Brene Brown’s vulnerability I watched this TED talk on recommendation from a good friend of mine. She knew I needed to watch it at that point in my life because

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