“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written largely in his works.” — Virginia Woolf DAY 01: The month of May was good to me and my blog. I received a lot of good news from friends and family, I got so many engagements on … Continue reading The Introduction
The only mistake you can make is not asking for help. - Sandeep Jauhar Mayday is an emergency procedure word used internationally as a distress signal in voice procedure radio communications. It is used to signal a life-threatening emergency primarily by aviators and mariners. The "mayday" procedure word was originated in 1923, by a senior … Continue reading MayDay!
People who say small things don't bother them have never slept in a room with a mosquito. — Dennis Rainey Everyone has pet peeves — little things that makes your skin crawl or gets you really irritated or annoyed. It could be a sound, action or a bad habit you can't just put up with. … Continue reading Peevish Thursday
To all the girls who have a deeply hidden and inarticulate desire for something beyond the daily life. To all the girls who feel pressured to look and live a certain way. To all the girls who refuse to shrink themselves to gain validation and acceptance from society. To all the girls who are hell-bent … Continue reading Open Letter To All The Girls like Me.
I may be a beginner at some things, but I've got a black belt in enjoying a lazy day. - Me The network has been terrible around here these past few days. That aside, I am super glad to be back today. I have been seeing a lot of what's-in-my-bag post on several social media … Continue reading What’s In My Bag — Lazy day at school.
"Weak people avenge. Strong people forgive. Intelligent people ignore." Coming from a petty Betty like me seems hypocritical but trust me, I have been there and nothing beats going for the high road. I am one to never ever allow an intentional insult to my person slide just like that, I will hit below the … Continue reading Always Take The Highroad
If you learn from a defeat, you haven't really lost. - Zig Ziglar I haven't lived much on planet earth. I will be twenty-three by November this year but the truth is, it doesn't matter whether you a toddler, teen, young adult, middle-aged or a senior citizen, we all must experience our fair share of … Continue reading 10 Ways To Overcome an Epic Failure.
Weird huh? An anti-bucket list is a list of things you don't ever want to do or try or see till you die. I think I consider myself adventurous in a way, I mean I like to try new things, go to new places and do new stuff but trust me, there are some things … Continue reading My Anti-Bucket List
First of, I am not a professional in the education sector, to be honest, I don't even have a single educational certificate. What I am putting out here is just my experience and as such can be subject to criticism which is perfectly okay. Let me do a background story about my teaching experience. My … Continue reading Educating Struggling Kids 101:
How was today's message in your respective place of worship? and for those who are not into all that Sunday ish, what have you been up to? Well for me, I have been lazying around and looking up stories on Twitter. And guess what I found? The most absurd, disgusting sermon as narrated by Tomi. … Continue reading Twitter Stories 6