Everyday Is Growth Day: Just Don’t Stop

We all want to be a better person—we just don’t know how to fix ourselves. Putting it simply and putting it honestly, we aren’t the best person to fix other people. All we can offer is support, motivation and help. I consider myself lucky—while there are many departments that I’m lacking—I was able to hit milestones some people would find it hard to reach. Doesn’t mean … Continue reading Everyday Is Growth Day: Just Don’t Stop

TGIF Oct 19th: Labels are for the Obsessed

I despise label for one thing—because I don’t fit in any. I grew up in everything universal. I listen to as much mainstream music as much as alternative indies. I read Young Adults along with biographies, fantasy fictions along with magical realism. I love learning science as much as I appreciate making music. Some days I feel like t-shirt and jeans, other days I feel … Continue reading TGIF Oct 19th: Labels are for the Obsessed

TGIF Oct 13th: Midi Keyboard & Self Motivation

Remember when I said this blog is getting more personal come every post? We’ve come to this now, TGIF, Thank God It’s Friday. It’s going to be a weekly section where I just cram thoughts of the week into one short Friday posts and see if I can expand these thoughts into longer, better articles. I have a lot of thoughts, everyday. My brain never stops. … Continue reading TGIF Oct 13th: Midi Keyboard & Self Motivation

Live a mindbodygreen life with Pinterest aesthetics

This morning, I made myself a glass of chocolate Anlene, read The Silver Linings Playbook for 30 minutes, did a full body stretch for 15 minutes, showered, get dressed, and attend work. I consider this a good change. I’ve been neglecting self-care for a really long time. Ever since I tried to push myself forward to get better and be better, to redeem and make up … Continue reading Live a mindbodygreen life with Pinterest aesthetics

One Book At A Time

A short trip to MPH Vivacity after a post-hiking late lunch last Sunday made me left the premise with a book called ‘Lelaki Yang Tak Punya Apa-Apa Untuk Dipersia’ (translation: A Man Who Had Nothing To Lose), written by Hasrul Rizwan, who is definitely, I daresay, one of the bestselling authors in Malaysia’s local publishing scene. At night, after our visit to the hospital, I … Continue reading One Book At A Time

Wild Things Happens Below The Surface

When I didn’t understand something, I gathered up the words scattered at my feet, and lined them up into sentences. If that didn’t help, I’d scatter them again, rearrange them In a different order. Repeat that a number of times, and I was able to think about things like most people. Writing for me was never difficult. Other children gathered pretty stones or acorns, and … Continue reading Wild Things Happens Below The Surface

Ten Bloody Kilometres and Personal Growth

How does ten kilometre sounds like when you’re not a marathon runner, you barely slept as you have a dinner function the night prior, you’ve never finished ten kilometres in one go before, your only energy supply is a bar of Snickers, you’ve barely trained for the past five months prior to your run? Sounds like I’m signing up for larian neraka, but at the … Continue reading Ten Bloody Kilometres and Personal Growth