How to productively write something even when you’re dead tired, brain dead, and out of ideas about what to write.
Walking out of your house is a risk. So’s bungee jumping. Risk is everywhere so, how do winners and successful people do it? How do they measure and manage risks?
‘It is what it is’. The phrase sounds comforting, easy-going, and even relaxed. There’s no fighting to be done. But here, let’s dive into another potential meaning of this phrase.
Being a woman is tough. We do double the stuff, juggle everything in life, and have a shorter end of the stick.
This writer has been in lockdown since March 18th, 2020 and now that it has been extended for another two weeks…AGAIN…here’s what’s coming out of her mind these days. The writer’s survival kit for lockdowns and shitty situations.
Betrayal. Death. Judged. Taken for granted. We’ve all experienced that. Explore the emotions behind it and discover a way around it
When compared to Twitter, Medium is not scoring big on analytics. Here’s why I still see its value
Everyone ages and everyone needs to keep alive. Ageism is a problem we need to address today because we are all aging and we will stand at the gate one day
A little bit of stress is probably a good thing because it kicks things into gear, protects us from harm, gets things done, but my question is, there is a large number of people who glorify it. Should we?
Knowing how to read and write in English is an advantage in many Asian countries, including Malaysia. With emerging Asian nations, are we making a U-turn now?