The other day I was scrolling on Instagram and I came across the quote: Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something we love is called passion. My first initial reaction was “Wow, That’s very true!” Most of us can relate to that. Anyone who is NOT working … More Working Hard? Stress vs Passion!
The other night I was thinking about the time when I was made peace about giving up on my degree. At that time most of my fellow classmates had already graduated a year or two before I hit the wall. I felt so behind. My loans could no longer cover my tuition and all … More When You Think It’s Over . . . and then the shift happens!
Last month I officially finished my free HarvardX course on edX. It’s been a few years now since I finished grad school and I just wanted to see how it felt to be in class again. Someone told me about the free classes that was going on during this time, and I thought why … More I Completed a Free Harvard Course. (My thoughts)
I’m finally reading an old book that I have had on my shelf for a very long time. I’ve been meaning to read it, but I always end up either reading something else, or just being busy doing something else. The book is Your Best Life Now: 7 steps to living at your full … More Being True to You and Celebrating your Uniqueness
Lately I’ve been in my head a lot. I don’t know why, but it feels like I constantly compare myself to others. In a previous post I’ve wrote about comparing ourselves and how we shouldn’t do it. I understand that our journey is our own. It’s unique to us. I get that and understand it, … More We are all in Our Own Lanes. (Our Journey is Unique)
The last few months I really been trying to figure out which route I want to take in life (in terms of business). For a while now, I have mentioned how there are so many projects that I’ve been getting into and instead of giving one thing my all I’m actually spreading myself too thin. … More Figuring Out the Path
Today I had a lot on my mind. I was thinking a lot about grad school. A lot of my work consist of interviews. As an introvert who is also awkward and a little shy, I was always afraid to approach people or reach out to strangers. I guess you can say it was just … More Just One Door . . .
Why do we judge our past selves with today’s wisdom? I heard Pastor Furtick talk about this recently and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. With age comes wisdom and growth, so why are we so hard on ourselves for our past choices/mistakes? Of course, we would do things a little different now, … More Judging Yesterday’s Self with Today’s Wisdom.
For the last few months, I’ve been thinking about taking one of those free college courses that’s been offered during this pandemic. I’ve been contemplating taken one of the business courses where you pay for the certificate only. My only concern is not being able to finish and losing money, since you have to pay … More Thinking About Taking A Free Online Course . . .
Yesterday I was reminiscing about my old gym routine. It was during the yearlong break I took after my second year in college. I wasn’t planning on taking a break, but It was a new school that I transferred to and I wasn’t familiar with the way they do things. I miss the housing deadline … More My Crazy Old Gym Routine