Memento Mori = "Remember you must die..." This podcast episode was quickly recorded the day Chadwick Boseman passed away. May he rest in eternal peace. Today we are reflecting on our mortality and the shortness and fragility of life; not so that we become depressed from that reality, but so that we can refocus on… Continue reading Memento Mori: Meditating on Death
We can't turn back the clock, and we shouldn't aim to. Living in the past or regretting the past does us no favours whatsoever. However, at the ripe old age of 25, I have been thinking over my past and who I am now and who I am becoming. Doing so sparked some ideas of… Continue reading Advice I’d Give to My Younger Self (podcast)
These days we are breaking our necks by looking over all the fences around us. Looking at his garden and her garden; at what they're doing compared to us. But all it causes is pain, confusion, dizziness and paralysis. Comparison and choice are sending us mad, but I have a simple tool for hopefully kicking… Continue reading The Dizziness of Choice and Comparison (podcast)
In this ever-changing modern world that we live in, we feel pulled and pushed in many directions all at once. Our attention has become divided. We face comparisons and the Fear of Missing Out on a regular basis. And of course, with all this, we find ourselves sprinting to keep up or to make it… Continue reading Stop Sprinting to the Finish Line (podcast)
People like to throw around the cliches that life is a masterpiece, or life is a book. And this masterpiece or book is solely yours to craft. You are the artist; you are the author of your life. But what if this idea sounds nice and all, but it's flawed? For me, thinking about my… Continue reading What if life isn’t a Masterpiece or a Book?
I feel like many of us, especially the strict, anal, or anxious ones among us, like to give ourselves timelines. "I'll be a graduate by X age. I'll be working a great job, making X money by X age. I'll be a published author in X years..." It's this idea that there's a certain amount… Continue reading The Problem with Self-Made Timelines
Why are so many of us so good at giving advice, but not taking it (from ourselves or others)? Why does some advice stick and others don't? What makes advice good or bad? I've been thinking about this, and so here are some of my ideas... Perspective Our beliefs, our views on life and… Continue reading The Advice Problem
I've been thinking lately about life and how some people are living such cool ones. I think we can get caught up being too strict and serious about life and our decisions, but by stepping back we can take it less seriously and actually enjoy it. Here are some ideas about how to make life… Continue reading How to Make Life Interesting (Podcast)
I used to think that I'd never experienced heartbreak because I'd never loved someone (as in romantically) and had my heart broken. When speaking about heartbreak, people usually mean romantically, after all. But only recently I realised this isn't the case. I have experienced heartbreak, and maybe you have too, so here are my thoughts… Continue reading What is the TRUE Meaning of Heartbreak?
Your thoughts and feelings come from your deep-rooted beliefs. Knowing what these beliefs are can change your life, for you are what you believe. You see through the lens of your beliefs about yourself, your life, and your world. Get some perspective and widen your view through a change in your beliefs. Here's how... … Continue reading Podcast: You Are What You Believe