You know that guest post I mentioned a couple of weeks ago? Well, it's finally up! Check it out here. If you're a writer, I'd love to know the reasons why YOU write, so please do leave a comment. Also, the header image my sister drew for Cake & Cows's first birthday is back - … Continue reading On Writability: Why I write
You know, when you start a project, you want it to go well. (Um, why would you start one hoping to fail, Rafia?) I know failure's a fact of life, but no one ever starts a project with the intention of failing. When things, however, don't go according to plan - and you're answerable to … Continue reading My ‘Duh’ Epiphany of the Day: Making Decisions is Hard for An Indecisive Planner
Where does this desire - nay, compulsion - for constant renewal come from? Why do I have all this energy to start projects, but then lose interest after a few months or even days? Is this my fate, is it in my disposition to start this, start that, take on this, take on that - … Continue reading Call it a poem, call it a lazy attempt at a blog post, call it what you will.
Because they are stupid and useless. God, if I see another listicle being posed as writing, I swear I'm going to... blog about it! I've always known I'm an oddball. I was that one kid who couldn't wait for recess to end so that I could go back inside the classroom. I'm still like that … Continue reading 1 Reason Why I Hate Listicles
Being vulnerable doesn't get any easier, no matter how many times we confront our fears, or are forced to. Perhaps I feel this way because I am still new to the world of putting myself "out there." As I've written before, I didn't grow up in a household where achievements were blasted to the entire … Continue reading On vulnerability