Let’s Deal With Disappointment, Shall We?

The tension in the room is palpable. Everyone in the class is eagerly waiting for the bell to ring. 5…4…3…2…1 *ringggg* Once the teacher leaves, we all rush to the nearest bulletin board on our floor. All of us want to know whether we cleared the test, or failed. No, we weren’t looking at the results of our final exams. We were looking at the … Continue reading Let’s Deal With Disappointment, Shall We?

On The Last Day of Summer

You know you’re cooked When school starts tomorrow And you still haven’t finished your homework That you had to finish a month ago But you know your procrastination Was for a good cause, Because the joy of completing homework Could never replace the joy of the memories you made. You remember Lazily strolling across the park And the early morning dew on the grass Gently … Continue reading On The Last Day of Summer

The Joy of Missing Out

Disclaimer: This post is not meant to offend phubbers of any kind. However, this post might change your view on phone usage (or maybe not). Please proceed with caution. Imagine this: You’re outside, without your phone. You have no access to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube. You have no idea what your friend is uploading on social media. Nor do you know if you’ve gotten … Continue reading The Joy of Missing Out

How to Steal Ideas

–Stolen from Austin Kleon. Nothing’s original. There is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9) Originality is undetected plagiarism. Nothing, absolutely nothing in this world is original. “Original” art is just connecting the same old dots in a different pattern. And the best way to get more of these dots into your life is to steal them. There are bajillions of things to steal in … Continue reading How to Steal Ideas