Tag Archives: self reflection
A farewell letter to the stranger inside of me.
On homesickness, finding my feet in Bangkok, and living fully.
on self-compassion, mindfulness and being a good communicator
So, it’s been a while, a long while. It’s rather difficult to start writing again once you’ve stopped – there’s just so many things one could write about; and it’s always the case that I want my posts to be perfectly balanced – a little truth, a little fiction, with a pinch of unsolicited wisdom. Perhaps […]
I feel a little bit guilty posting because I should be sleeping, or studying or preparing for Auckland, but I think I might implode if I don’t write something. My summer has been rather disappointing to be honest. Perhaps disappointing isn’t the word, but I don’t feel as though I’ve really enjoyed my holidays. It […]
How does one change themselves without losing themselves in the process? I just finished writing a rather unstructured letter to a close friend of mine and I found myself writing about what I might somewhat melodramatically dub “my quarter life identity crisis.” It happened so gradually and subconsciously that I didn’t notice it at all. […]