‘I’m going home, home.’ This is a line in ‘La La Land’ when Emma Stone felt humiliated after a poor received play and decided to retreat back to her parents’ home. I felt it. That was my life too. Back home, I told family and
Matt looked at his dish intensely and choked up. ‘I can’t believe how far I’ve come,’ he said. This is a scene from Australia Masterchef 2016 finale when the judges asked Matt, the finalist, how he felt about his dish. I choked up too. I
Like it or not, life is a game. Whoever denies the truth, refuses to play, gets left on the side line. – Phil Knight, Shoe Dog I was mesmerised by how life unfolds itself and presents us with its treasure. I swiped someone right on
I came to Chiang Mai with the purpose of breaking free from an environment where I couldn’t find my way out from thinking about what to do next. If we know how to live everyday like our last day on earth, are we going to
They squashed my confidence, my self esteem, my belief; made me feel so small and question what the hell am I doing. I was broken badly. I didn’t have clarity to back myself up. I was intimidated by the fact that they are more experienced
I’ve always thought that coffee is love of my life, until all hell broke loose one day. The moment of truth struck during my first coaching session when I was required to write down the ‘why’ behind my ‘wants’. I wrote: I want to help
I’ve never thought that life would turn out this way. Past the quarter life quadrant, I changed my mind and turned my life upside down. I went through struggle that lead me to break things in life piece by piece – security, pride, and beliefs.
I met up with my ex best friend. It was everything but scary. It felt good, weird, intimate and warm. I’d let fear hold me back for 9 years before reaching out. The lost years ‘Hey,’ I said to her. I didn’t know what else
I started writing because I had a vain thought, what good will ideas do if they only live in my head? Then I wrote a post about sperms. I am still amused whenever I look back at my first article. 2 years later, writing becomes
When was the last time you cried because you tried so hard to do something and you finally made it? I did recently when I completed a full marathon. In the last 3km, I was at the brink of melt down with pain in every
I was watching Jason Bourne with my boyfriend in the cinema. Head on his chest, our fingers wrapped around each other, I felt deeply connected with him in one moment. My heart was filled with surge of love and gratitude; tears gathered in my eyes
I am scared of life. ‘The further out we go, the more I find myself wondering what it is we are trying to accomplish. But if this universe is truly endless, then we are striving for something forever out of reach’. Captain Kirk, Star Trek.