“I was hoping that I’m good enough” There’s too much emotion stuffed in that little sentence. Hoping that you are good enough is heavy. I don’t even know to whom you are trying to convince about how ‘good’ you are - if that is ever measurable. To your parents? To your friends? To the people… Continue reading I never told you.
How the hell do you do it? After taking a minor in journalistic class, I think it’s safe to say that being a procrastinating writer sucks. Yes – it is bad enough to postpone your work, but I think a work that is related to creativity is best not to be held off. Running out of… Continue reading Dear procrastinating writers:
Your surroundings affect you. The people, all those strangers you meet on random streets. What they do, say, wear. Quit trying to ignore people’s opinions ― we all are perfectly aware on how they will always *undeniably* bring significant impacts to us. Everyone wants to look cool, where smarter people wants to look effortlessly cool.… Continue reading Treat yourself well
I like to write. I literally like to write on papers – and while we are on that subject, I am also crazy about stationery. I like my writings neat, and am almost always the secretary of every organisation I am in. That brings me to writing in the cyber world. To share things is not… Continue reading The writing story
lately i've been having several discussions with a friend about microblogging, specifically Twitter. it started out when i tweeted about the massive, humongous urge (alright, a bit of exaggeration) of deleting my current account. not because i don't want to tweet anymore, but because i don't want to read any tweets anymore. sometimes reading stuff… Continue reading Micro-blogging versus real blogging