Feeling Impatient is Wasted Energy

Even while writing this post, I feel impatient. How do I get writer’s block the moment I sit down to write? As always my post is centred around a specific quote or concept that seems to help me unwind some of my own anxieties or troubles from the past. This post is like the nitty-gritty, […]

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On New Beginnings

On New Beginnings: “To Begin Is Enough – There Is A Boldness In Beginning” Before I start this post, let me be so clear in saying that even if you aren’t trying new things or picking up new skills during this pandemic does not mean you’ve fallen behind or are not doing something good for […]

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“You Don’t Have To Be Fine, But You Have To Be Trying”

“You Don’t Have To Be Fine, But You Have To Be Trying” I’m a person who has struggled with anxiety for a little more than a decade. In that decade I have analysed my triggers, my mistakes, what helps, what doesn’t a thousand times over. I’ve learned to cope with it and have had my […]

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On Growing & Grieving

On Growing & Grieving It’s a really weird feeling…trying to work on yourself while also grieving. I want to scream and cry and punch pillows – but the other side of me wants to be calm, cool and collected. I want to be stronger for my mother who lost her soul mate just after I […]

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Believing In Spite Of Circumstances

“Believing In Spite Of Circumstances” Hope is something that I personally have struggled with a lot in the past year. A few years ago I felt like I had got ahold of my anxiety for the most part. I knew my triggers, I knew what to do, how to react and how to help myself […]

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You Don’t Have To Get Worse To Get Better

You Don’t Have To Get Worse To Get Better My wellness journey is dedicated to resetting. The past couple of months in particular have been hard. Gut-wrenching even. I allowed myself to fall apart and crumble. I wasn’t taking care of myself. And how can I be there for the people I love if I’m […]

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“Tomorrow Is Not Promised”

“Tomorrow Is Not Promised” Often used as my mother’s response to my saying I’ll wash the floors tomorrow, but none the less, the concept is the same. As this is my first post let’s start off with the life lesson that was drilled into my head from the beginning. Coming from a family of immigrants […]

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