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My time at home is coming to an end. And with it a huge phase of my life. Before I faced this transition with a combination of fear and excitement, but now I
Title inspired by Jenn Im’s video Your job is to like yourself. Yesterday I talked about how we can dig ourselves out of holes, but that’s just the first step.
Recently, I’ve been waking up super anxious every morning. I don’t know if it’s from being at home for so long or that quarantine is finally getting to me - probably both. Either
My personal brand. What is it? Where am I going? Why? Questions, questions, and more questions.
Today, one of my friends sent me this blog post from Sam Altman discussing what he learned in his 20s. Even though I’m already 21, I really enjoyed this article and thought I
I may or may not have come up with this idea in the middle of an argument. But despite its origin story, since then, my affinity for this concept has only grown stronger…
This is more of a question than an answer because I’m pretty lost myself. But I’m hoping in 1000 words I’ll have some kind of answer.
Since writing my post on letting go of negative emotions, I’ve been thinking a lot more about letting go. There are a few more things I need to toss in the pile.
When I was a kid, every bad day was the end of the world. As I got older, I started recognizing that ups and downs were just a part of life. A part
I’ll start with the end: it doesn’t really matter. Nothing matters. But let me explain.
I’ve been thinking about forgiveness a lot recently, and in general, just letting go of negative emotions like anger, annoyance, anxiety, stress, etc. It’s not always easy though.
A couple days ago, I expressed the desire to be more concise in my work. But I wasn’t quite sure how I was going to do that. Here’s what I’m thinking…
Not in the rom-com kinda way. But the stuff that connects us all. I think love is so powerful. Love makes us all vulnerable, and being open to that kind of vulnerability shows
Ever since I started travelling a lot more in college, I’ve had insane wanderlust. There’s something so magical about being immersed in a new culture, in total novelty. But, the downside is, it’s
One of the underlying principles of my self-improvement journey is removing the negative and adding positivity in the resultant space. I especially love thinking about this principle with respect to energy. I’m a
I am currently watching Cars the movie with my twin younger brothers as I write these words. Would I ever be doing this on my own? Probably not. Am I enjoying myself? A
I’ve come to realize that one of my biggest fears is being myself. How inconvenient..
At least for me. At least for now. Ever since I read Linchpin last summer, I’ve been absolutely obsessed with this quote …
I don’t think I’ve ever come up with a good idea during a brainstorming session. I’ve known this for a while, but I still haven’t stopped trying. I think this issue is I
But maybe one day. Maybe soon. Hopefully. Because I’m working on it…
I’ve come to realize that I am afraid of a lot of things. A lot of ridiculous things. And I’m kind of here for it?
The day I turned in my thesis I told my dad I could finally relax. He told me he thought it would be good for me to take a few days off. I
At first glance, habits and routines may seem boring. In fact, I feel like a lot of people are turned off by the idea of a morning routine or a night routine because
We’re all in the midst of a huge transition right now and it’s hard to know what will happen next. On top of that, I’m on the verge of finishing college and finally
“A child can teach an adult three things: to be happy for no reason, to always be busy with something, and to know how to demand with all his might that which he
We all have so many things we would like to do, but for some reason actually doing things is hard.
A new year, a fresh start, the perfect chance to… fail??
I asked myself what made me happiest every single day for the past 200 days and I learned that I have no idea what actually makes me happy.
Sometimes all I want is for my brain to just stop thinking.
At my school, being busy is a point of pride. God forbid someone be happy, relaxed, and have free time.
And, no it’s not just an excuse to avoid all responsibilities.
I am a fundamentally lazy person…
Growing up, I had the attention span of a goldfish. I absolutely hated repetition. Doing the same thing over and over again? Boring.
While most people attending college are technically “adults”, the real world doesn’t really hit until post-graduation.
I remember reading about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs in one of my introductory psychology courses. It’s essentially a five-tier model of human needs, wherein the top levels can only be addressed after the
I don’t know how I feel about the whole New Year’s resolution business, but here’s what I’ve been thinking about for 2020.
I don’t remember exactly when the entrepreneurial bug bit me. It must have been in late high school or early college, but honestly becoming an entrepreneur is as trendy as Air Force 1’s
I was walking along the beach today when I noticed something strange.
On July 4, 2019, I suddenly realized that I want to be a writer.