Asking for What You Deserve

It was at a Gloria Jean's. We had a blueberry cheesecake and iced mocha to share -- not that these details were important. There were other important things, like the imminent sob-fest I was entering. "T", I began. "I really think I'm going to fail." The last word came out in a ragged breath, leaving my lips [...]

New Coat of Paint

Outer order contributes to inner calm -- Gretchen Rubin I know understand why they say that having a messy desk is the key to some form of disorganised, chaotic, downward spiral of a downfall - because we human beings understand the world we live in by windows - our own eyes, our own sight - [...]

Listen to Reason

I met a stranger in the skin of someone familiar. In June, 2015, I remember running to the sinks and turning on the faucet. I never turned on the faucet with my bare hands in school because the sink faucets were dirty as hell, and we all knew it.

One Minute To Execute the Change

The New One Minute Manager is a slim volume—one that I imagine is much slimmer than its first, older edition [the #1 Bestseller on Managing Your Work and Life]—and not what I expected at all. The book’s authors are Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson, and both of them came together to write an awesome book. [...]

How Conversation Left its Mark

via Daily Prompt: Conversation Conversation is a two-way street because it takes two people to interact, to form a connection, to constantly ensure that the other is enjoying each other's company--whether they are opening their mouths to a heated discussion or simply basking in the presence of a common interest. Conversation - to me this [...]