Tag: quarter life crisis

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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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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Out of Your Comfort [+What’s Happening Lately]

When we are about to try something new, we feel two things- excitement and fear. The thrill of doing something introductory to us sends some patronus of electrifying rush but the little anxiety of what we’ll face sends shivers down our spines. It’s both a good and a bad thing. Out of your box. Out of your

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DAILY: Competence Anxiety

Ever experienced coming across a great opportunity but somehow you question if you can actually manage? If you can pull it off? If you can face it with a head up with no hesitation? If you can be strong while you’re vulnerable? That’s how I feel right now…

DAILY: Plan B

I’ve been using Wordpress since 2013, and I only knew about daily prompts just now. Shame on me, I know. Then I thought, I’m gonna try and give it a shot to write daily posts using the prompts on their list. Right now, it’s 12mn my place, but since WordPress is under Eastern Time (or am I wrong) I

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