Month: February 2021

My Bad Place

You’re locked in a room with your greatest fear. Describe what’s in the room. I had to think long and hard about what my greatest fear is. But looking back into things that affected me the most and the longest, I would say it’s being abandoned. I shared part of my depression story, Nietzsche’s right,

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12 miles apart

What’s the most time you’ve ever spent apart from your favorite person? Tell us about it. All of the world was and is affected by the Covid-19 global health crisis— stringent caution for basically everything, change in lifestyle, job retrenchments, loved ones loss, among many others. It’s almost a year since the government where I

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Nietzsche’s right (TW)

“Don’t you think you’re pushing people away so that if they leave, you can say you were right all along?“ I shared in a previous post that I’m almost finished with my MA degree. As good as that sounds, it’s not as exciting, yet. I have pending comprehensive exams prior to the degree and I

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Check your privilege

Have you ever made a New Year’s Resolution that you kept? I started making New Year’s Resolutions when I was in college. After about 3 years of not sticking by it, I never made any New Year’s Resolution again. I thought to myself, do I really need a new year to start to stick by

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27 and Nothing

I stopped blogging between May 2019 until Jan 2021, almost 2 years. I have a number of excuses to enumerate, but if I need to be honest, it was mostly because I was demotivated. So here. Another attempt to do it again consistently, even though it’s a bad idea to. Why? Because I should be

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