a mixed African Chinese. Probably trilingual, (putonghua counts right?) and has an Unquenchable thirst for knowledge and mochi.
Television static 📺 🖤✨
Before you start reading it. I’ll like you to know I’m dedicating this piece to those split seconds of insecurities that I feel when I feel…..nostalgic. I know. I also have not much to work with but that’s really what my brain does best. Leaving important details behind~ Oh well. Do enjoy this one folks. Cause there is more where that came from. Hehe~
My problem with birthdays 🥳🎂🎉
How to be comfortable. This is a funny sentence. To me at least. I remember getting sad about people around me having birthdays like it’s a big thing.
It's one of the drafts i kept. Thought i might share one today, so it won't get lost in time~ So i guess.... Enjoy. :)
Alice in the working land.
Easily attached. Three days into work, and I’ve already felt like this place is home. It’s like a common problem for me. Because it’s dangerous to feel that comfortable in something that you barely had days to digest.
Pride and Shame
I was watching The office in the past few weeks and depression caught up to me. I’m sure going to put out a long writing about false hope in order to fulfil my two weeks per writing goal that I put for myself. You see... I’m writing constantly and it’s frustrating to delete all the hard work I did in that two weeks. And mostly, I’ll feel unsatisfied and just discard it into the draft pile. In with the weird stories.
The spirit of an entrepreneur
An entrepreneur: “a person who sets up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit. “ I always find it funny to think that I have nothing to lose. The things I do to keep my life afloat just enough to blend in and go through other day. We never hope to lose, especially the things and people we all are having right now in our life’s. Afraid of constant changes, new challenges and crazy obstacles.
So. To start off. I’ll say a good “hi” to the potential readers out there. As a struggling content creator who spent a year and a half to build of a band of my own, I failed miserably. I started from the age of 18, and experimented with everything I could get my paws on at the time. I had the resources and I had an idea. I was a passionate lad with an unbreakable mind. But as time goes by, I’m starting to feel exhausted. And honestly, I’m predicting burnouts to be a reality as the covid-19 pandemic is making a sence in 2020. With more time that I’m having on my hands right now, it’s reasonable to think I’d have more time to rest and think. But I’m already all so exhausted mentally. And I’m still back at square one.