Showing posts from March, 2019

Is Competition Good or Bad ?

The other day, reminiscing my life, mistakes, progress and new developments, COMPETITION came in mind. We normally make statements like, “I’m not in competition with anyone” but yet we constantly compare ourselves with others. Honestly, thinking about it, there is really nothing wrong with that in my opinion. It all boils down to what exactly you are comparing. We like to detect discrepancies between ourselves and others so that we can keep track of how we are doing in terms of achieving something or developing a particular skill. Not only that, we also compare ourselves with our ideal self, the person that we strike to become.     So, life is indeed about comparison, though as a human, we also need to learn how not to be competitive. Ironically, competition is also a threat to happiness. Being too competitive tends to reduce life satisfaction. We need to learn how to cherish what we have got.  If we constantly want more than others, we will ne

Let's Talk at the Coffee Table ☕️

I'm not perfect, I make mistakes, I'm sometimes a bad friend, but I'm really thankful for all I have, I promise..  These past few months have been an eye opening for me personally. No matter how hard the past is, I sincerely believe we can always begin again. Sometimes it takes losing some people  you thought needed to be around you, to gain everything you ever wanted. I'm at the point in my life where everything with me is RISKY, you can easily get cut for even saying the wrong things. I've come to realize that when people close to you makes stupid comments and unwanted opinions about your life, you need to correct them one time because when that builds up and it brings out more negative energy. That was my past Mistakes, not this time, definitely not this season I'm in. You are either for me or stay away. Feel free to go against my every move from afar. Sometimes the bad things that happen in our lives put us directly in the path of the best thin

If there is no Fear, It ain’t Risky!!

Fear. Sometimes it’s a very helpful thing that keeps us from harm. But many times it’s an inner voice and barrier that keeps us stuck. That keeps us from getting what we want and becoming who we honestly deep down want to be. Learning to handle fear and overcome it – even if that’s sometimes just for 10 or 30 seconds so you can take an important action – ­is critical to living your life fully. I honestly haven’t battle with so much fear  until recently, when I finally decided to risk it all to start my own business. I normally share ideas with my man. He is the most positive man aside my own brother I’ve encountered in my life. Most of the time, it’s all talk and I dead ass knew but he still listens to me and give his input. I know well that not every small business is positioned for success. Now for someone like myself, managing 3 Instagram pages, two blogs, YouTube, working full time work and a full time graduate student, it’s a lot already to add a business