Late Bloomer’s Anthem: That Girl In The Corner

The mind never sleeps.

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the pros and cons of being a people pleaser

People often say that being selfless is good, as long as you’re not being taken advantage of. Most times, people are grateful and that’s all fine and dandy for the majority. But soon enough, you start to see a pattern of change in the ones who have become quite accustomed to the idea of you…

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Facing Your Fears

Dentist appointment in two hours. I’m relieved, but also eager to get it over with. No matter how many times I go there, it still manages to bring out my nervous side. But like people say, if you don’t face your fears, you’ll never get over them. At least I hope it does.

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window of opportunity

Created my first CV today, and it’s a bittersweet feeling because 1. I don’t like the fact that I’m getting older, although the freedom and independence is of course delightful, and 2. because I don’t have a long employment history due to me helping my family out a lot. It’s not that I’m lacking the skills,…

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save your pennies, girl!

January is the buzz-kill season of all months… Christmas is over and done with, you’re paying the price for the aftermath and that leaves you in a bit of a messy situation, money wise. The bills are stacking up and it leaves you thinking “can I even afford this coffee?” It’s a self-made problem, but I’m trying to curb…

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words and more words

Don’t know what is worse, emotional pain, verbal or physical? They’re all pretty disheartening for a person to bear, let alone feel. At some points, it feels like it will never go away and other times, you think you’re getting better but it’s all an illusion of sorts.

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ego’s in the sand

Two blog posts in a short time, never thought it would happen in 2016 but hello.

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a poem for the soul

I’ve always written about my emotions and how they are part of what makes me human. Life brings a lot of surprises, twists and turns. I am now grateful for that broken path, because it made me stronger.

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