What is one, but a number if not surrounded by zeros and twos, What is positive, but a word without its negative, What is happy, but a meaningless emotion without sadness. When happiness is all we're looking for, but we neglect the disappointments, The blue no-coffee Mondays, The post-New Years first gym visit, The boyfriend's … Continue reading Life contrasted
When you feel out of balance, either mentally or physically, as if you’re about to be sick, what do you do? Most often than not, you seek the help or advice from a doctor. You have your concerns about several aspects about your health, so you try not to worry about it and simply … Continue reading Will you listen?
Life is all about learning: about yourself, others, your environment, and the world. You learn through experience, from the teaching of others, and school (if it applies to you). You learn good things and bad things, both being on a relative measure. When you learn of the bad things, and they affect you, what do … Continue reading Learning about yourself
Over the past few weeks, work has been slowly increasing. Whether that is personal or professionally, things have simply been stacking up. As we are slowly entering the second quarter of the year; what it is that we want to reach on New Years’ eve and how we want to reach it is slowly accumulating … Continue reading The millennial job portfolio: More work or less?
New situations can send people into a state of nervousness, others in a state of anxiety. It isn’t uncommon for people to feel either, but its severity may be the deciding factor for later reactions. Some people may be ready to accept new challenges despite their struggle, but other people may reach a point of … Continue reading Would you like it toasted?
For many of us, we grew up in a less than fortunate environment. Stuck in a single bedroom with your parents and another 1, maybe 2 siblings to boot, we grew up learning that things were not to be taken granted. We were to work hard for our future and do better than our very … Continue reading With great power comes great responsibilities
There are things every person will put effort in searching for. From choosing a school to go to (parents for their children, or high school graduates pursuing post-secondary education), what market they would like to frequent for food and supplies, what mall they want to spend their time in, all the way to figuring … Continue reading Luck of the Draw
It’s quite a common phrase, isn’t it? People say it for different reasons, but they often mean similar things. “Put in just a pinch of salt”, “It’ll be done in a pinch”, “Oh no, I’m in a bit of a pinch”-- something small occurs. The first two statements gives the sense that said pinch will … Continue reading It’s just a Pinch
The concept of renting a house can be simple. You look for a place that you feel comfortable paying for and move your belongings across town in several boxes. You unpack your boxes, clean the place, buy your groceries and necessities and enjoy your first night at the new place. The first night, is perfect. … Continue reading Renting a house like you own it
Post-Graduate Stress Syndrome In the past several years, it has become a common phenomenon for students to study a course they believe would lead them to a wonderful career, only to find out that once they graduated, it was very much unlike what they thought it should’ve gone. Students either find out that they had … Continue reading Post-Graduate Stress Syndrome