The other day I was thinking about the quarter-life crisis. A quarter-life crisis is a period of uncertainty and questioning about life and your future. It feels like a period of constant soul-searching and trying to figure out this thing called Life. It’s actually pretty common for 25-year-olds to feel this way, but you don’t … More The Quarter-Life Crisis … Been There!
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!
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)
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 . . .
It’s New Year’s Eve and we are hours away from putting this rollercoaster of a year behind us. This year was definitely the year of vision and clarity. Most of us got a reality check and some of us became better human beings because of it. It was like the year of exposure. Countless people’s … More What I Learned from this Crazy Year (2020)
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.
This week is an intense week for me, and I hope and pray everything goes well. I’m keeping a positive mindset and I’m visualizing achieving my goals. As a person who suffers a lot with anxiety, I tend to worry a lot about everything. I’m trying to get my emotions in check and have faith … More Speak Positive = Think Positive
Lately I’ve been trying a lot of different things. I’ve been trying to find out what works and what doesn’t work. I made the decision to work a little harder and speed this journey up a bit. I feel like I wasted a lot of time these last couple of years. I research a lot … More Trial & Error
When we are children, we are asked what we want to be when we grow up. Most kids tend to say doctor, lawyer, teacher, astronaut and etc. You might hear a few kids mention wanting to be a singer/rapper or professional athlete, but usually the first thing that comes to mind is doctor, lawyer or … More Why Electives and After School Programs are Important . . .
I was watching a compilation video of inspiring words and wisdom. In the video Will Smith mentioned that some people are talented, and some people are really skilled. Talented people are naturally gifted and born with a special ability or skill. Then you have people who are really skilled, who practiced a particular skill … More Talent vs Skilled