I recently started a new job; aside from being in the honeymoon phase, I feel the stark difference in motivation to power through my day. When I started my first job in the UK, I was quite intrigued as I was about to immerse myself in an entirely new culture. It was quite easy as everyone was so helpful because, at some point in their life, they were in a similar position. That job was great, but after a year, I wanted career stability, so I opted for a transfer.… Read more (When you know) It’s time to let go: a jobuationship →
Blogfessions of a Nomadic Mind Wanderer will be coming to you on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays*!! *Unless it’s a special event! Tuesdays and Saturdays will be regular posts (whatever pops into my head)! Thursdays will be #thursdaythoughts (memes, quotes, etc that resonated with me!) I know I can do, it’s just a matter of planning it out. I’m glad you are on this journey with me! Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer
Growth is possible, you just need to know who you have to keep in your circle! The Inspired The Motivated The Open-minded The Passionate The Grateful Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer
I usually write about whatever pops into my head. There is an element of randomness I appreciate; I think it’s because I’m so spontaneous. About a week ago, I posted “I think it’s time” because it felt right. Then after posting “the art of calling out” I thought that I should repost “I think it’s time” cause it tied together so well. I mentioned that I don’t call out people that much. However, there are times when someone you love is doing the most and slapping the stupidity out of… Read more I think It’s Time (The Epilogue to The Act of Calling out) →
Doing the smallest gesture can make a significant difference to someone who has lost faith in the world.
Asking for a friend: How far do you go when calling someone out? What do you say? How would you deliver the call-out? Who would you call-out? I vividly remember my first call-out, it was purely reflex, and I was surprised I did it. When I was 12, I decided to try out for the school’s netball team (got cut after a week). One day, we were queuing up, and one of the older girls said something negative with regards to a male teacher. I turned around and said, ‘why… Read more The Art of Calling Out! →
I love you so I think you need to hear this: I’m tired of giving so much of myself with little to no appreciation. I’m tired of having to constantly listen without you acknowledging the impact of your negativity. There comes a time in your life when you need to realise that your choices not only affects you, but those directly in your circle. Your naivety is restricting access to your common sense. I pray that you will let go of the negative patterns you learnt as a child. You… Read more I think It’s Time →