Since lockdown started, I have massively gotten into self-improvement podcasts. Here are a few of my favourites to get your journey started! Continue reading Grow on the go: my 7 favourite podcasts!
And if I sing of home, I dream of mountains not yet climbed, I let the birds travel through my voice And twist my vocal chords into a nest Large enough to house a lonely traveller. And if I sing … Continue reading Night falls, I call #poem
To stay the same While leaves play dress up in the mind What a shame To choose cornfields over winter beach sanding What a waste When one is standing where no one can find. Continue reading Mind’s seasoning #poem
“A person who is nice to you, but rude to the waiter, is not a nice person.” – Dave Barry I am a stubborn gal. Blame it on me being a taurus, but I hold grudges. Treat me badly and show the slightest … Continue reading Judge people by how they act to people apologising to them
Stretching my toes onto cold wooden floor My fingers undo whatever i wore Poking at buttons i got from a store My belly deletes all of your wars Sand without beach carried within Sadness only hides in my grin Screams … Continue reading Sand in my belly button #poem
red and blue and yet and you andfind me something that won’t leave thensick as dogs as slick as yourslose that smile and then my warswink of an eye blink and then crysink before you say goodbye your words pile … Continue reading Other guys #poem
Sharing welcome information certainly is, and I hope not to sound too judgy here. If a thought can be a sin, surely we’re all sinners. and isn’t writing using repetitive hand movements to facilitate my thought process (at least here)? … Continue reading Is sharing caring?
Most people today know that they are worth shit. There are more minorities than majorities, and the former are invariably told from birth that they will have to try harder. Children of immigrants learn not to become a bother, women … Continue reading The Beauty of Oppression
I spend 6 months last year backpacking. I am 26 years old, so that’s a tiny part of my live, around 1/52. Yet, since I came back in February, I have itchy feet. There’s definitely a lesson in staying still … Continue reading Breaking promises and disappointments
If the impossible knows a limit, it certainly is not in the brain. A Washington University paper confirms one of the predictions in favour of criticality maximising information processing in neural networks. “We were surprised to find that, in our … Continue reading Sub 2-hour marathons and critical chaos