Category: #theyearofme project

  • #theyearofme project – the starting point

    I was on a vacation in Thailand in December. Sitting under the shade of a palm tree and taking in the picturesque blue-green ocean, my heart felt at peace. I … Read more

  • Week #45 – Intention

    I really enjoyed the experiment of setting 100+ intentions per day. I experimented with different ways of saying the intention, just to see if some ways landed better than others. … Read more

  • Week #31 and 32 – Wellness and Trust


    I was unwell during the week of wellness which was ironic. I had a particularly rough PMS followed by a particularly painful period which made a lot of my … Read more

  • All feelings are valid and you’re inherently worthy

    My friend Febin said something yesterday regarding parenting which really hit home. She said that when we raise kids, we think they are deserving of love but we don’t think … Read more

  • Week #6: Equanimity

    It was a beautiful week. There are no words to describe how beautiful. What’s more, I felt like I truly understood what it feels like to be equanimous. To be … Read more

  • Week #5: Authenticity

    Week 5 went better than expected. I’ve been feeling calmer and more optimistic, especially since Monday. That’s not to say that I didn’t have any emotional roller coasters; in fact, … Read more

  • Drink some hot cocoa

    Do you have days when you are irritable and every thought you think has a swear word in it?

    I sure do.

    What do you do then? Stomp around like … Read more

  • September review and October plans

    September was the most relaxing month of the year. It’s interesting that came at the heels of the most stressful month of the year. Or probably not. Because I recognised … Read more

  • August review and September plans


    August was perhaps the hardest month of the year for me. There was a lot of turbulence in my personal life and it took a toll on me. I … Read more

  • Adrift

    Lately, I’ve been feeling like I want to be adrift for a while. I get the image of floating in the middle of a vast ocean, arms outstretched, the sun … Read more

  • Recognizing and owning your views

    Someone I was developing a deep bond with recently shared some extremely controversial views on the subjects of rape, incest, children engaging in sexual activities with adults, etc. I found … Read more