A poet, writer, and health enthusiast. I like to take a scientific look at normal life experiences.
How Pets Could Be a Solution to Touch Deprivation
Do you remember the days when we could kiss our loved ones with no fear? Or when we could hug a stranger for a nice deed? Well, now that the handshakes are put on hold and people are requested to distance, those heartwarming acts are harshly replaced by fear and anxiety.
The Scientific Reason Behind the Enemy of Procrastination
Procrastination: the act of delaying or postponing a task or set of tasks. Sound familiar? Welcome to the club. As a student, I am a little too acquainted with procrastination. Honestly, at this point, I wait for it to happen. With any schedule, I make sure to leave several hours open to, well, procrastinate. To be fair, I don’t call it “procrastination”; I call it a break. And that innocent break is often three times longer than the time spent working.
What You Need to Know About Sugar
The two white poisons. Salt and sugar. — a popular saying in Arabic For years and years, we’ve been warned about the potential dangers of sugar. The truth is, in small amounts, sugar doesn’t pose much of a threat to a healthy individual. The worry comes with overconsumption.
I chuckled at the ground This is where we once were Madly in love Oh how the times differ Sitting near Eyes fixed on each other
The parents were cooking The children still asleep A house of nine rooms And in the driveway a Jeep They went out
We Can Do Something
As I sat in my bed My mind faded to another place A place that I knew so little about It is often looked upon in disgrace
Why Be Pretty
Why does our world revolve around looks Why does it not revolve around sounds Why does it not revolve around smells They say it’s because we’re wired like that
The world is ignited Like a forgotten cigar The skies are orange We can’t continue the way we are Our air is smoking