Since I’ve plucked the courage to finally start freelance writing, I’ve gone through a rollercoaster of emotions. One moment I’m rubbing my hands together ready to get started, and the next I’m strewn across my bed wondering, what did I get myself into? These feelings have been bottled up in me since I’ve chosen to … Continue reading On Freelancing
The other day I decided to finally take the reigns in my life and take care of my finances. So I asked my financial advisor to sort my problems out (Literally, implored him to do what he felt best for myself). And there were lots of problems. Like being billed $75 monthly from a gym … Continue reading Funny Things About Stress
My most dreaded question. Still, lots of recruiters ask this. And for good reason, I guess. I imagine the reactions I would have received had I answered honestly. Personally, I’m not a very good liar. Not for virtuous reasons. Mostly because I’m just terrible at acting. My face, my stammer and shifty eyes are … Continue reading Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?
Here are some of my personal favourite quotes on love. What are yours? “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” --Lao Tzu “Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” --William Shakespeare “There is always something left to love. And if you ain't learned that, you ain't … Continue reading 10 Wise Quotes on Love
Though I couldn't afford to be picky, I felt apprehensive looking for a job central downtown mostly because I hate public transportation. A two-hour long commute being cramped in the subway, stuck in a warrior pose trying to maintain my balance, drove me to reason: I like my car and I especially like my space. … Continue reading On Commuting to the City
With all the recent articles on toxic friendships (8 Signs of a Toxic Friendship, 23 Warning Signs of a Toxic Friend, etc.), I realized that while it becomes easier to detect which relationships are unhealthy for us, we fail to acknowledge that cutting your ties probably meant you were doing the other person a favour too. … Continue reading An Add-On to Articles on Toxic Friends
I know it isn't unheard of being 25 and moving out of the nest, but try being 25, barely making minimum wage and spending your entire life hardly ever having to make a decision for yourself. Ah - And here you thought I were about to go on some tangent about being a female raised … Continue reading On Moving Out