Sometimes I know why I procrastinate. Sometimes I don’t. And I found that majority of the times when I don’t know why I am procrastinating is actually because of fear. Fear of failure… Fear of disappointment… And this time? Fear of pain. Everything has a beginning and an end. A hello and a goodbye. It… Continue reading Cause of Procrastination #1: Fear
I am the oldest of three and I have something to say. Dear Middle Child, Maybe because you are the middle child, you are competitive by nature. Maybe because you are competitive by nature, you strive to stand out. Maybe because you strive to stand out, your perseverance is admirable. Maybe because your perseverance… Continue reading Dear Middle Child,
“You’re short.” Yes. Yes I am. “You’re tiny.” Yes. Yes I know. “You’re 11!” No. No I am not. “You’re adorable!” Hmmm. Don’t know how I feel about that. “ You’re so cute! I just want to pinch your cheeks!” Um… Don’t you dare. These are common conversations that I have. No, really. People like… Continue reading On the Flip Side of the Coin
The past couple days have been a blur. I finished my last final of my junior year. I attended my brother’s high school graduation. And I basically became the chauffeur of my brothers as they finish off their school year. But as I chauffeured my brothers around to their after-school activities, it made me think… Continue reading Chauffeur Epiphany
A room shows a lot about a person. Interests, personalities but most importantly mentalities. Humans are very adaptable organisms, so we can identify stressors in our environment and make changes to accommodate those stressors. However, we can also project stress into our environments. I am sitting here in my room looking at my left-over textbooks… Continue reading Procrastination at its best?