Bittersweet, Eager & Apprehensive

When I look back to 2018, from beginning to end, I feel conflicted. There is as much good as bad. As much growth as failure. As much happiness as sorrow. I won’t lie, I’m not ending the year in the best note, even if it started amazingly (I was having a great time in Senegal!).Continue reading “Bittersweet, Eager & Apprehensive”

Extract from a Letter to an Old Friend

“[…] Oh Happiness, I miss you. I haven’t seen you since 2012. Every day it feels like if I am sleepwalking into Death, I want her to be my new best friend. My current friend is Apathy, which might be even more dangerous than Death. She makes me act like a ghost lost in theContinue reading “Extract from a Letter to an Old Friend”

#‎TeamvGo‬ My Team v Leader Journal: Part 7. Campaign 2!

As revealed in Resi 2, the second Team v campaign was “#DoYouCare” and it had two main aims: 1) raising awareness about the struggles faced by young carers, and 2) raise awareness about the services and support young carers can receive. In case you don’t remember, young carers are “children and young people under theContinue reading “#‎TeamvGo‬ My Team v Leader Journal: Part 7. Campaign 2!”

It’s #WorldBookDay, So Here Are 9 Good Reasons To Read Fiction!

1. To enhance your learning (and gain knowledge on a wide range of  topics, from science to history! Fiction can be reality too!) 2. To educate yourself (and improve your morals and values on aspects of life such as love, relationships and family!) 3. To increase your creativity (and feel inspired to write your ownContinue reading “It’s #WorldBookDay, So Here Are 9 Good Reasons To Read Fiction!”