Anais Nin once said, “We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.” I agree with this, because everyone reacts differently to the same thing. Are books cool? Those who don’t enjoy books will say no. Is pasta carbonara delicious? Chefs will say, “Depending on who cooks it.” Are hamsters cute?…… Continue reading Understanding People’s Perspectives Through 5 Episodic Media
I was inspired to write this post after reading fellow blogger Talasi Guerra’s post on waging war on fear @ Braver than Before! Actually I summarised this in a comment to Talasi’s said post, and I thought why not write a more detailed version on my own blog? (Thanks for the idea, Talasi! 😛❤️) If…… Continue reading Stage Fright! The Horror!
Hands: [Furiously typing] Mind: “YEAH I’M GONNA FINISH THIS THING IN ONE SHOT—” [*DISTRACTION!*] Silence. Stillness. … Mind: “…now what was I doing again?” If that happens to you often, congratulations, you have Easily Distracted Syndrome, a.k.a. “Squirrel!” Syndrome! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSUXXzN26zg This is from the animated movie Up; I love that movie. 🙂 Generally I can…… Continue reading Do You Have “Squirrel!” Syndrome?