As the years go by, I actively and consciously learn more and more about myself, specifically the way I work. Years back I used to write monthly todo lists, I didn't realise it at the time but I was mimicking things I'd seen other people do. Sort of like people that are organised and productive … Continue reading Why I started writing daily todo lists?
I committed myself to writing and sharing it on this blog over 3 years ago. Sometimes it's easy but other times it feels difficult to do. Sometimes I want to write about the world or social media and other times I want to share what I've learnt about myself through self-exploration. The personal posts come … Continue reading What’s it like?
There is this idea about writers, infact it applies to creatives in general. The idea is that our best work comes from a place of negative experience that serves as the poker that stokes our flames of creativity. I enjoy writing about being a writer, mainly because it's a title I struggle to attach to … Continue reading Debunking myths about writers
How do you come up with something to write about every single day? Write about your interests and write about your experiences. The origin of this blog was about picking a small moment of each day and writing about the lesson I took from it. The small moment could be watching a film I loved … Continue reading Why I’ll never run out of ideas
I think that this matters and I think I think that this is important. If you had a conversation with a lot of companies, particularly since this covid pandemic, they would have something to say about the importance of wellbeing. We're all aware that peoples mental health and general wellbeing has been impacted by the … Continue reading Wellbeing in the workplace
If you've been a regular reader for more than a few months, you'll have noticed that I stopped blogging for about 6 weeks. There were a few posts here and there but it was far from my usual daily blogging. However, over the past few days I've been getting my ducks in a row and … Continue reading Catching up and clearing out
Often when it comes to periods where I'm less inspired to write, the problem has nothing to do with writing. For example, if you're busy and overwhelmed throughout the day, when it comes to sitting down to write in the evening it's difficult. It's not that you're not inspired but instead that your mind is … Continue reading Why you’re not inspired to write
You know the feeling you get when you read something that resonates. You feel seen, you feel heard and you feel connected, often to a complete stranger. But this person was able to form something that encapsulates a feeling or a moment from your life. It can often serve as a reminder that we're not … Continue reading I wrote this for you
When it comes to this blog, I'm in charge of the writing process and you are in charge of the rest. That includes the views, likes, comments and how popular each post gets. As the creator, as much as you might want to be, you can't be in control of the numbers and of how … Continue reading The role of the creator
As a writer, when it comes to the written word I think it holds a lot of value. However, I have to admit that when it comes to communication, the written word doesn't always come out on top. In a back and forth exchange, it's easy to miss the tone or intention of the words … Continue reading The power of words