I stood outside the glass doors of a Japanese company, taking a sip of water from my bottle before dialling the intercom.
‘Good afternoon, how may I help you?’ came a woman’s voice.
‘Good afternoon. I’m here for an interview appointment.’ Continue reading “My First Job Interview at 28”
Dimly lit and decorated with overly artistic paintings and expensive sculptures, it was not the kind of restaurant I go to. But she would love this place, I thought. Continue reading For Just a Night
If you want to be happy, live in the moment.
To live a fulfilling life, be in the present.
Sounds great… Only, is it true?
I have always been pursuing happiness, finding meaning in the work I do. I often read, research, and then experiment with what I’ve learnt by living life with the adoption of different mindsets, carefully observing, and recording, my thoughts, habits, and moods in a diary in which I write for future references (when I can eventually read my own handwriting). Continue reading “Live In The Now. Sometimes.”
I go to bed at ten every night.
Last night, I wanted to stay up later for a bit of gaming. “It’s a public holiday tomorrow. I can afford a little rest, can’t I?” I told myself.
Why am I telling myself to rest because it’s a public holiday? How does it even concern me?
Then I remembered why I chose to be a freelancer; why I decided to give up all my holidays since 2011. Continue reading “I Gave Up My Public Holidays”
Take a moment to think about the things you hate doing in your life.
What are they?
Why do you do them? Continue reading “We All Only Want To Be A Child Again”
Are there any changes in your life you would like to see in 2015?
How would you do things differently?
What are your goals for the new year? Continue reading “‘New Year Resolutions’ Is A Scam”
Freedom can be a curse.
As a freelancer, I often struggle with procrastination.
Yesterday, I contemplated on whether I should lead a passionate or a disciplined life. Continue reading “Passion or Discipline”