Perhaps one of the most underrated skills in life — figuring things out on the go, as you start a new job or a new project; while trying to learn a new language, skill, tool; or when trying to switch careers. It also works when you get lost during traveling or in life. Just figure it out. … Continue reading Figure it out
We’re always comparing and judging even when we think we aren’t. There isn’t a moment we aren’t comparing people, experiences or situations. There are no judgment-free zones or thoughts even when we think there are. We’re often seeing the grass greener across the street. We compare people with other people when nobody is or will ever be the same, we compare experiences with other experiences when they’re very different from each … Continue reading Compared to what?
What makes you who you are today are all the unknown experiences — be it tragic or wonderful. Wait, what are you talking about? Remember all the tough times you went through — when you failed at things that looked simple but weren’t, were bullied by people you considered friends, broke your bones in an accident yet came out … Continue reading The unknown is you
Writing and reading have slowly become my favorite sources of shouting out information, thoughts, and opinions and absorbing knowledge and experiences. A book is a wonderful resource for any time — I usually carry my Kindle to almost everywhere I go because it’s just convenient. It just makes reading fun and simple without the added-weight of books. … Continue reading The beauty of books
We weren’t born being a good person, or good at anything to be honest. We have learned on our way with methods such as trial and failing, formal and informal education, books and videos, and especially from people that have crossed our path. Nobody was born being a good person, student, teacher, instructor, runner, sports … Continue reading To be a good one
What’s the opposite of FOMO? Could it be EFMO (Enjoyment From Missing Out)? Lately, I’ve felt enjoyment from missing out on some events simply because I want to enjoy/take time for personal and career growth, as well as spending some time around family. I don’t think there’s anything wrong or bad about it. Do you? … Continue reading FOMO
You see things differently, your mind thinks globally in several perspectives, you enjoy the moment and try to take in every piece of information and visual as much as possible (at least that’s what I try), you connect with yourself in a deeper way both spiritually and psychologically (especially when you travel solo), and a … Continue reading When you travel
Being solo.Traveling by myself.Doing things on my own.Running fast and far alone.Being independent from most things. I guess this is the middle child mentality and personality I’ve developed over the years and have strengthen after moving out for college and starting my professional career. I enjoy doing things by myself, but also sharing experiences with … Continue reading Riding solo
You were not born to be one more in this planet and life. You were born to do something unique, different, special.