Changing The Way I Look At Love

I have allowed myself to have my heart broken in the same way over and over again for years. You may say there’s a pattern but I will defend myself for a while before I actually agree with you. I have the same excuses too: “They were different people.” “People outgrow each other.” “Priorities change. […]

2016: The Year I Realised My Father Was Right

On New Year’s Eve last year, I was holding myself together and crying bitterly in my father’s helpless arms. I felt like I had failed and wasted the previous two years of my life in a job that I didn’t really enjoy but felt like I was obliged to stay in. Dad sang me to […]

Us old people talk a lot.

This is that time of the year when I sit down to analyse myself and assume I have finally done it all. Yeah well. Self actualisation can have a good laugh. Congratulations, you have eluded me again. I am just sitting here in a very cold city in a strange bed typing this out on […]

This week, my best friend asked me the strangest question in passing. “What is that feeling? You know, the one between a crush and realising you’re really falling for someone?” I remembered this song by one of my favourite bands. I am sure most of you have heard it, but won’t remember this line – “Fear […]

“Who Run The World?” – Your Coffee.

This post may come across as biased because of the writer’s absolute hatred of caffeine. I’m sorry. Have you ever been traumatised by uncles whose breaths smelt like they brushed their teeth with coffee? Have you had a tumbler of piping hot filter coffee wash your hair in your sleep? Thought so. I came across […]