A while back, I watched Game Theory’s video on Among Us strategies because I realized I was a wayy too reckless imposter. At the end of the video, he mentioned that there will always be people in real life trying to sell us on something that they’re not. That stuck with me and got me thinking about “imposters” hiding in everyday life.Continue reading “Spotting imposters your everyday life”
I watched Paris Hilton’s documentary on trauma and I’ve been in this strange headspace. I won’t comment on the documentary itself because this post is not a review. I just find it so morbidly fascinating to analyze where our behavior stems from. We have to dig deep within ourselves to become more self-aware and accountable.Continue reading “How trauma affects us – let’s look at our behavior patterns”
Let’s talk about goals and visions. I’m sure we’ve all heard of the race between the turtle and the hare. “Slow and steady wins the race”, right? But here’s the thing- they both have their merits. Having the fervor of the hare and the consistency of the turtle is the best of both worlds.Continue reading “Leveling yourself up in life (and staying leveled up)”
You know those types of movies that you can watch multiple times without going “wow, this is actually not that good”? During this prime couch-potatoing season, I’ll be sharing some movies that I never get sick of.
Admittedly, I started blogging without any solid goals in mind. Aside from having something to show for myself, I didn’t know where I wanted to take this. And I’m still trying to figure a direction out. However, blogging has helped me in ways I didn’t expect.
We all need a little extra strength boost in these times.
Training montages have deceived us.
I’ve been gifted a book called Get Your Sh*t Together (gee bestie, thanks for the tough love), and wanted to share some musings. From one person trying to get their life together to another.
Packing your bags and getting away from everyone and everything can do you a lot of good!
Life gets better once you learn to give these four things wisely.