Let Yourself Feel

There are bound to be days and moments of nostalgia- defined as a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a place or a period with happy personal associations. As a highly empathetic, experience-driven person, day after day nostalgia creeps up on my thoughts. Is it healthy or unhealthy to be nostalgic?Continue reading “Let Yourself Feel”

True awareness of our body and mind

Since working at a fitness club the last few months, I have, as I should be, been exercising and working out a lot more. It feels great to get back into an exercise routine- and to bring it up a notch. For those who don’t know, I am currently in the process of studying forContinue reading “True awareness of our body and mind”

Anchor Your Intention

Lately, I have been diving into an abundance of podcasts while driving. The last time I listened to this many podcasts was when I lived in Los Angeles and it took me 30+ minutes every time I got in the car to get most places. I thought I had escaped that life being in Austin…Continue reading “Anchor Your Intention”

Focus on daily wins, not goals.

As James Clear would put it: Commit to a process, not a goal. We are already getting close to March 2018. Who would’ve thought the first two months of 2018 passed by so damn quickly? Oh wait, this happens every year. I’ve been unemployed for almost 3 months now, and I will soon be workingContinue reading “Focus on daily wins, not goals.”

It’s not even FOMO anymore

I’ve left Austin for quite a few months now, I guess it’s almost half a year since I’ve officially had to leave (despite my visits that last a few weeks at a time). Regardless, I miss the energy, the food, and the people. It had it all. Whilst in Miami late last week for aContinue reading “It’s not even FOMO anymore”