Tag: writing

November 11, 2017

My vision for 2020

I’ve been talking a lot about breathwork in person and on instagram, but haven’t written about it on the blog… yet. I’ll fill you in as soon as I can but wanted to start with this post, because it doesn’t require much explaining. Long story short, I attended a breathwork healer training workshop last weekend (11/4-5) which was two full days of self reflection, sharing…

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August 11, 2017

Plan a weekend writing retreat

  A couple of weeks back when I felt stuck…  I had to remind myself of what makes me happy. When I was honest with myself I came to the conclusion that I love to be in nature and to write. It’s when I feel happiest and most free. I remembered one of my friends had mentioned going on a writing retreat where basically he…

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January 25, 2016

Why I write

There are a lot of things I could be doing, but I choose to write. Here’s why:


December 29, 2015

Best Writing Advice

I wrote my 4th post on Quora! The question was: What is the best writing advice you have received? Read my answer here I’m shocked at how many views and followers I’ve already gotten on the platform. In just one month since I have started I’m at 128K views and 86 followers! Not that numbers really drive me, but it does feel quite amazing to have…

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November 29, 2015

My first ever post on Quora

I’ve definitely mentioned this before, but I’ve been on Quora, admiring from afar for quite some time now. The content I read on the app/site resonates with me and it never fails to give me that dose of humanity. I’ve never felt so connected to an app. I’ve sung its praises in a previous post here. So after being a reader, I finally mustered up the courage…

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January 3, 2015

New writing routine

Writing is something I really struggle with. Can you tell from all the gaps of time in between posts? A bit ironic considering how I have a blog, right? It’s not because I have nothing to write about, but rather because it’s hard for me to put pen to paper and articulate the idea in a way that will make sense to me or someone…

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April 6, 2014

An honest and fair appraisal from The Bumbys

One of the many highlights of my weekend: Getting “an honest and fair appraisal” from the Bumbys. And by The Bumbys I mean Gill and Jill Bumby, the masked figures you see in these photos.


October 6, 2012

TILWIT- the beginning

I’ve been seeing a lot of “Things I wish I knew when I was 20 Something” or “Things I learned in my 20’s” articles floating around the internet rcently. This post is the beginning of the TILWIT series: Things I’m Learning While I’m Twenty-something. 21 to be exact. I once met a lovely woman while I was volunteering 7 months ago in the city. She…

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