Embracing the unknown is the most beautiful form of living.

“Would you like a car or would you like to get to the American University?” “I would like a car, please. A VW Polo 2000, Blue” That was what my Dad questioned me after I finished high school with top marks; I had studied hard and cheated hard as well to get that Polo. AfterContinue reading “Embracing the unknown is the most beautiful form of living.”

The Good Life; Leaving London was tough.

I kept walking up and down the electrical walk way; the desire to forfeit my decision of leaving such a beautiful city behind was extremely high and confusing that I ended up walking in the opposite direction of the moving ground. I kept saying ‘I love you London’ while I was checking the various teddyContinue reading “The Good Life; Leaving London was tough.”

Live your life impressing yourself

I was consistent for more than 60 days. I would write first thing in the morning and it felt great finishing a piece which started out of nothing. Then I read that to be a good writer, you have to focus on quality not quantity; it didn’t resonate or sound right with me. Close peopleContinue reading “Live your life impressing yourself”

Sometimes failure, is just failure.

Yesterday I couldn’t find anyone to surround myself and have a nice conversation with, so I tuned in to an episode of Silicon Valley, E1 S3. Gavin Belson, Ceo of Hooli, made a statement which influenced me to write about in today’s post. He approached the podium, placed his arms, elbows straight, on the edge,Continue reading “Sometimes failure, is just failure.”

Don’t let the unexpected ruin your expected.

I have been following the direction of the wind of life since the beginning of time. I listened to my parents and went to school where I studied hard and got top grades. Then I joined what they have always mentioned “The best university in the region aka The American University” I failed the englishContinue reading “Don’t let the unexpected ruin your expected.”

You can not control change, you can only embrace it. 

A good friend of mine just got divorced a week ago. He called me in shock and said “I didn’t see this coming, as if she snapped her fingers out of loving me. Yesterday he texted “pray for me as hurricane Erma is approaching and I am fleeing Florida” One day he was happily married,Continue reading “You can not control change, you can only embrace it. “

Approaching my 35th, one thing I learned, It doesn’t really matter after all.

I just noticed that I have less hair on my left thumb than on my right, the ratio is 6:10 to be exact. A few years ago I also noticed that my right leg is a cm or two longer. Also my right ear seems to be poking out more than the left. What’s thatContinue reading “Approaching my 35th, one thing I learned, It doesn’t really matter after all.”

Dear life, I will be 35 soon; please no more surprises.

I know you’re tired of reading all about these self help blogs which end up doing you more harm than good. I know how hard it is to wake up every morning longing for a better day. I know how painful it feels worrying about the future you’re always afraid of. I know how yourContinue reading “Dear life, I will be 35 soon; please no more surprises.”

6 ways to fill the void when your daily needs aren’t met.

dayenjoyer 1- Work, forcefully so: “If it doesn’t suck, it’s not worth doing” -Benjamin P. Hardy  I feel bad on a daily basis, many times for no reason. How I feel affects my outlook on life but I will not let my feelings control my productivity levels. There’s work to be done every day. No excuses.Continue reading “6 ways to fill the void when your daily needs aren’t met.”

How I use social media to inspire myself and others. 

During the last few days, a fleeting thought has been visiting me. “How about quitting the internet for a while” After giving it some attention, I bullet pointed in my head what I gain from using social media: Facebook they say that a study has been carried and found out that people get depressed afterContinue reading “How I use social media to inspire myself and others. “