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A sweet lesson on patience.

A sweet lesson on patience.

by Homestead survival A NYC Taxi driver wrote: I arrived at the address and honked the horn. After waiting a few minutes I honked again. Since this was going to be my last ride of my shift I thought about just driving away, but instead I put the car in park and walked up to … Continue reading

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

This is a day from the past, on which bittersweet memories have been forged and tried to be forgotten. But that day, she learned something else – she let go. Continue reading

Weekly Wraps

I have to admit, I haven’t been reading a lot lately. I have just realised that no matter how much I read and how much I take in, I would filter it. There’s no use of too much reading if in the end I’m not really implementing of what’s I’ve been reading. (Is that a … Continue reading

Weekly Wraps

1. The one trait every writer needs | The Daily Retory Perseverance is the key. In Malcolm Gladwell’s oft-quoted book Outliers, he asserts that it takes approximately 10,000 hours of doing a thing before the typical person becomes an expert at actually doing that thing. So, don’t expect to become an expert writer until you’ve … Continue reading

When being impulsive is needed

When being impulsive is needed

Do you think too much? Sometimes life is to be lived by reading between the lines, and by making impulsive decisions. Life has always taught us to think before we speak. We are also taught to think before we decide, and to think, before we translate our thoughts into actions. We are taught to think … Continue reading

On Earth and Other Earths

On Earth and Other Earths

From Marcella: This is a guest post by Naomi Sutanto. Naomi is a final year Biomedicine student in the University of Melbourne, and she is my long lost junior high school friend back in Jakarta. She just became a blogger a couple days ago (welcome to the real earth, Naomi! Ooops, just kidding, pun intended), … Continue reading

Weekly Wraps

Weekly Wraps

1. Five Tips to Improve Writing in College I know most of you who are reading this blog might have graduated from college years ago, but most of you are also bloggers, and writers. We might hear these tips to improve our writing again and again and again. But hearing it once again might improve … Continue reading

You don’t have time? Make time

You don’t have time? Make time

Written on Wednesday afternoon, while trying to… pick up the bits and pieces. These past few weeks I have been so busy that I have not been writing properly. Yes, that’s right. Although the posts kept on being published everyday, I have to say that it’s not my freshly written post (excluding yesterday’s). Most are … Continue reading