This is going to be my first post on ‘Finding Joy’, thus the “I”. Bearing in mind that “life happens”, writing my ‘Finding Joy’ posts in parts would work best. It would take me forever to publish if I were to write one long post. “Shorts” is a darned good idea. Thanks to Dr Martina…… Continue reading Finding Joy I
Tuesday (yesterday) started off with me doing an event costing from home. Therefore, I didn’t have to drive to work during rush hours, which makes a great morning. It didn’t matter that the area where we live still had no water. (I won’t say since when because then I’ll have to answer the question about…… Continue reading Life today
Inspired by Dr. Martina Feyzrakhmanova / her post, September Planning Session, I have decided to follow her footsteps and also be accountable and share with you what I want to accomplish by December 2017. I am counting the whole of December, by the way. Oh, I am a list person for as long as I…… Continue reading Road to year end 2017
There’s a new sparkle in town I want… and sometimes, I do get what I want. It’s a matter of priority. 🙂 Better yet, there is the other Romy version with Crystal Hotfix instead of just the multi coarse glitter fabric… for four times the price: from 2,050 to 2,395 Euros. Hey, if you can…… Continue reading Jimmy: Romy, the new shiny kid in town
Shorts (noun) – No, not the ones I wear in summer. Not this… Not even the same as on the featured image. But, in support of my desire to take my writing seriously, albeit still on the side and second priority to my work (commerce), I intend to publish one post a day. Maybe. To…… Continue reading ‘Shorts’: on being a serious writer
Juliana didn’t believe in small choices having far-reaching effects. Neither did she believe in destiny; at least not anymore.
“I grew up,” she would tell Alexis, her college best friend. “I had to. Soulmates don’t exist in my world, only arrangements.
Of the subjects, let me first tackle self-doubt. Mine! Fate shall follow. Or, maybe they are intertwined. Who knows? Not me. Self-doubt I don’t think I know much. I can’t even bloody write a good short story with only 1,500 words. You judge for yourself. You can even vote for my short story if you…… Continue reading Fate and self-doubt