This may seem like a little bit of a weird question to ask oneself early in the morning but weird has surely never stopped me in the past 😉… I obviously know what my name is and all the other basics of who I am, but who am I really? I sometimes wonder how many … Continue reading Who Am I?
When I woke up this morning, something just didn’t feel right. I was hurting and sad and I didn’t quite know why. Right before waking up, I had a dream in which I heard my toaster beep (I have one of those super fancy toasters that don’t scare the hell out of you by catapulting … Continue reading Blast From the Past
Today’s Monday. Like a tremendous number of other people (and Garfield), I don’t like Mondays. It’s not even a regular Monday, it’s actually a day off. A bank holiday, as the British would call it. But still, I feel tired. To be fair, I didn’t get as much sleep over the weekend as I’d have … Continue reading Monday Struggles
Communication is important. Without proper communication, everything is sh*t. Be it at work or outside of work, if you can’t communicate what you want / need to say, the result won’t be satisfactory and you might end up somewhere you never wanted to be in the first place. I’m much better at communicating in writing … Continue reading Lessons I’ve Learned / Notes to Self [Edited]
*wobble* It is I, the queen of Wobble City! Let me tell you a little bit about myself. Generally speaking, I know exactly what I want. I know what I believe in, I know where my boundaries are and I know why I live my life the way I do. UNLESS something makes me wobble. … Continue reading Welcome to Wobble City
Before I share my latest ramblings with you, I’d like to give you a little update on how I’m doing. I’m really happy that the number of people who read my posts is increasing (yaaaaay!), but some of my readers expressed their concerns about my well-being, given that the things I write about are usually … Continue reading Scrambled Thoughts
I’m tired. So darn tired..! I’ve been eating my veggies, drinking enough water, getting enough sleep and working out consistently, not overburdening myself with an excruciating number of social after-work activities and I still just want to go home and sleep for 48 uninterrupted hours. (Before any of my relatives and/or close friends jump to … Continue reading The Exhaustion Amplification (AKA Lack of Gratitude)