I was writing on my journal early this morning and asking myself all sorts of deep philosophical question about myself and life. Just like one would go and about reminiscing life now that it has come to the very last day of 2018.
I wrote: “Where I am at now compared to where I want to be or should be?”
I wrote: “What have I achieved in my life this far?”
I wrote: “What do I really want in life?”
I wrote: “What do I really need in life?
I wrote: “What are my resolutions for next year?”
Yeah, that all sorts of question.
Amidst writing, a sudden realisation came through to me, that the one question I should be asking myself is, “How am I doing?”
Continue reading “I’m Doing OK”
Tonight I want to talk about ‘Love’. The weather is tad cold and I have my Spotify playing mellow songs at low volume. It’s a perfect time to be melancholic, don’t you think? So, here it is.
The main idea of this post comes from C.S. Lewis’s quote I read on Brené Brown’s book, Rising Strong (it’s a great book, you guys!) It says: Continue reading “To Love is To Be Brave”
Ever since I was introduced to the Law of Attraction and the benefit of positive affirmation, I have been paying attention to the words that come to my attention at any given time and situation. This time it is “I am enough.”
In relation to the previous post, where I wrote about the need to be more, do more and have more, the aforementioned word of affirmation seems like a light at the end of a tunnel. Well, almost. Because I haven’t fully grasped it and am still rumbling on the meaning of it.
So I turned to Google and began my research. Within half an hour I read probably a dozen interesting articles written by bloggers about “I am enough” and their personal experience of it, and what it is and what it is not. Continue reading “I am Enough”
Have you ever been in a situation where you’re on holidays yet you struggle to enjoy it? Holly molly, I can vouch that the struggle is real.
For months I’ve been looking forward to my holidays. A bunch of holiday plans were made while I was counting the day until it comes. Going to places I’ve never been and have always wanted to go but always got no time, trying new baking recipes that I’ve never had the chance to get around, doing more yoga and meditation, write more, and catching up with friends were a few to name.
But they are more likely to be remained plans.
Continue reading “The Holiday Struggle”
Randomly scrolling photos to delete on my phone to clear up some space, I found a photo of me that was taken in January 2016.
At that time, I was a Uni fresh-grad graduated from a two-year postgraduate course. And, I must say this, I may also graduated from pulling all-nighters to cram for study and eating whatever-food-I-can-grab-which-mostly-junk-food days. Not to mention I lived off 7/11’’s $1 coffee. No wonder I looked like that. And by that I mean I looked unhealthy, unfit and out of shape. (The photo was taken at the top of the Shrine of Remembrance and I was completely out of breath climbing the stairs.) Continue reading “Two Years Into Fitness Journey”
When I woke up this morning, I certainly did not think that I would get a tattoo. I mean, yes, I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo since at least two years ago and although I’ve only known not long ago what it would be, I’ve always wanted to do it. But I just never did. Well, until today.
Little did I know, the Universe has set up the perfect timing and picked the right place, and I came home with one. Continue reading “First Tattoo”
Dear lovely souls,
It’s coming to the end of 2017 and we’re excited about 2018, aren’t we?!
Looking back at 2017 and recalling every moment, the ups and downs, I can’t help but feeling grateful as everything that I’ve experienced for the past year has helped me grow. I am now ready to close the book of 2017, taking with me every lesson that I have learned or have not yet come to understanding and looking ahead to what the Universe has in store for me in 2018.
As I’m sitting under the sunlight, basking in the beautiful city and Yarra River view, I happen to contemplate of what I would hope for in 2018. There are many hopes but one thing for sure, I’m hoping for a joyful and prosperous year for me, my family and everyone else.
I wish everyone a very happy new year!