Tag: Burnout

It’s revolutionary to be happy

Halloween, 1968: Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell (W.I.T.C.H.) hexes Wall Street, New York. The stock market reportedly falls by thirteen points the following day. The past few days I have been struggling to deal with my flawed ideals that normal every day people do not have to have some basics of insurance literacy in […]

Do you actually care about other people?

Phoebe Waller-Bridge, writer and star of comedy series Fleabag, surrounded by her Emmys I’m always happy to receive Jocelyn K Glei’s newsletter in my inbox, for she always shares all the insightful articles and links on productivity, and more importantly, on hurrying slowly, which is a quite clever wordplay on moving at your very own […]

Speak into existence

Full disclosure: I used to be someone who was super gung-ho about announcing my next projects in line — whether they are still in the plan or already ongoing, and perhaps will never make it to completion at all — without any care in the world. I guess it is some way of me assigning […]