• Wellness

    On Adulting: How to ACTUALLY Live in the Moment

    AH, LIFE. *SIGHS*

    You probably have heard of the so-called “living in the moment” concept a couple of times before and you’re thinking: How exactly? In traditional terms, it’s called mindfulness, which is all about being in a state of open and intentional attention on the present; you become both an observer and an admirer of life as it happens in front of you, and you live each moment with pure gratitude.

  • Culture

    Quick Thoughts on Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami

    WHEN IN DOUBT, READ MURAKAMI.

    Okay, let’s get straight into it and I’ll try to do this as spoiler-free as I possibly can. The novel was, as expected, really great. It contains seven stories of, well—men without women. Not literally though, there were female characters, but eventually as you read on, you will see why it’s called Men Without Women. These seven stories are entitled Drive My Car, Yesterday, An Independent Organ, Kino, Scheherazade, Samsa In Love, and the last one, I think, would be more interesting if you find out for yourself. I’m not sure if it will give you the same ‘wow’ effect but it turned out to be the main point of the story so I had a little eureka moment after reading it.

  • Identity

    8 Things to Stop Doing in Your 20s (Oh, Come On)

    Navigating through life in your twenties may not be the most stressful thing you’ll ever experience, but it sure is a real game-changer. Suddenly you’re not a teenager anymore and can no long use the “I’m sorry I can’t go, my parents won’t let me out tonight” alibi to your gals on a Friday night (when in reality, it’s not really your parents, you just want to stay in and cuddle in bed while binge-watching Friends on Netflix) because, let’s face it, you’re an adult now and they just won’t buy that excuse. I’m telling you.

  • The Journal

    I Stayed In for Two Weeks and This is What Happened

    I HAVEN’T LEFT THE HOUSE IN TWO WEEKS NOW AND IT’S PROBABLY THE WORST THING THAT HAS EVER HAPPENED TO ME.

    I’m an active person by nature. The idea of going out and hanging out with people is something I’ve always been interested in. I fancy the thought of participating into certain activities that involve meeting new people. Accomplishing tasks is something I look forward to because it’s simply satisfying. I love spending time outside with real people and real environment.

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