I want to throw my hands up in surrender, to the pointlessness of it all, to the words I seem to think might change someone’s life forever – change my life forever. I want to give up and escape the frustration of fully understanding and knowing the impact you want to leave and not having one clue as to how to begin.
If anyone ever asks me where my favourite place to work and relax in is. It’s wherever I can work and relax on a train, on a plane, in an airport maybe or at the bus station.
But I think the reason behind it is that I like working knowing that something else is progressing around me – either in sight or running in the background. I think it’s because I really don’t want to waste time.Read more "In Transit – Vol. 1"
..when your back’s pushed against the wall. ..when all your bright ideas have gone dim. ..when the only emotion left is apathy. ..when you miss out on even the most obvious answers. ..when you feel heavy and burdened. ..when you run out of answers and solutions. ..when you run out of thoughts to overthink. ..when […]Read more "You’re In A Rut"
Stop pretending. Enjoy the silence. Consider critique only from your family and friends. Not everything needs to be captured. Your reply can wait. Just because they did doesn’t mean you should. Write with a pen. Be intentional. Love your reflection. Confidently wear your glasses. Speak with authority. Plans need to fall apart. Express grace. The […]Read more "Remind Yourself"
1. Check Facebook and Instagram twice a day only. 2. Don’t avoid talking to people, especially when He tells you to pray for other people or when He gives you opportunities to share. 3. Listen to listen, not to respond. 4. Finish your workouts strong. 5. Always choose the healthiest and drink lots of water. […]Read more "Now or Never"
No one knows that you were trying your hardest to hold your tongue. No one knows the real motivation behind why you do what you do. No one knows that you’re having a pretty shitty day. No one knows that you know something they don’t. No one knows how you truly feel. No one knows […]Read more "What You Know"
I wasn’t really fond of hard work. Hard work is like a not-so-close cousin you grew up with and eventually had to deal with at every family gathering. He’s part of your life and you can’t escape him when he’s around. You get along with him well but you’re not entirely excited nor do you […]Read more "Hard Work"