Coping with COVID and The Disruptions in 2022

Finally, I got COVID. The symptoms were mild- a bit of sore throat, tiny bit of headache after I got out of bed, a tiny bit of coughing. That was it. Maybe this was because I was triple-vaccinated? Or perhaps the variant that hit me was kinder. During this week, I paused exercising. I stayed … Read moreCoping with COVID and The Disruptions in 2022

A Momentous Day: 24th of February, 2022

Today, Russia invaded Ukraine. At the same time, Omicron is ravaging Hong Kong. Unlike previous waves, COVID feels so intimate this time around. There are people around me catching it. I have found myself stressed out, anxious and short tempered. On the positive side, I have been paying closer attention to myself. I have become … Read moreA Momentous Day: 24th of February, 2022

Year 2021 in Books

Some Stats: 26 books 18 Audiobooks 6 Kindle books 2 physical books 27% of them written/co-written by female authors 3 Fictions (the last fiction I read was probably Harry Potter …… ) 2x: The speed I listened to audiobooks Now, onto the books: 👾 Understanding Comics By Scott McCloud 💆🏻‍♂️💆🏻‍♂️💆🏻‍♂️💆🏻‍♂️💆🏻‍♂️ I love the book. It’s … Read moreYear 2021 in Books

Year 2020, in #Fail

I attempted many things, and most of them ended in … failures. Yea I can say I learned from them, but to me, the best way to salvage those lost time is to muse about them. 1. Journaling Gosh I tried so many times- morning journals, dusk journals, bullet journals, 5 minute journals, 5 year … Read moreYear 2020, in #Fail

Year 2020, in Cool Finds

I have been trying to ween off of social media in the last few years. I deleted my Facebook account. I tried to not use WhatsApp (but failed). I installed TikTok and had to throw my phone out of the window because TikTok was as powerful as The One Ring. Since then, I continued to … Read moreYear 2020, in Cool Finds

Year 2020, in Podcasts

Summary: Last year podcasts opened doors to me. I got deeper into meditation, spirituality, and language. They gave me new tools to live life, and then, to cope with 2020. The takeaway from all the top podcasts in 2020 was “inevitability.” History is repeating itself. This saying is glib, but it is true, and very … Read moreYear 2020, in Podcasts