I had this thought when I came home from work today – do you have just ONE person whom you can really, truly, fully fall back to? Or, do you only have yourself? Honestly, I am not sure if I have one person whom I can fully rely on, whom I can really entrust myContinue reading “Do you only have yourself?”
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I left the Blue Bank
Re-ze-ki I haven’t written in ages, and it’s taken me over a year to write that I’ve since left the Blue Bank. Honestly it wasn’t a particularly difficult decision despite not having any push factor to move. Back in the Blue Bank, I had an amazing team and although I’ve gone through different departments andContinue reading “I left the Blue Bank”
Your son is not perfect.
Granted, you could argue that I’m not a mother and I may fail to share the same sentiment. And you may be right; maybe one day I will become that type of mother (whom I think is delusional, may I add) but I do want to caveat that deep inside, I don’t think I’ll beContinue reading “Your son is not perfect.”
KTAs from the pandemic
It is out of this world, and in fact, it still feels surreal that we’re living through a pandemic called Covid-19, and we’ve done so for the past (almost) two years at the point of writing. We’ve all probably read about a few pandemics that happened in history – the Black Death, the Great PlagueContinue reading “KTAs from the pandemic”
Are we still stuck?
I’m dead sure that all of us have felt ‘stuck’ at some point in our lives. At least, I know the people who potentially landed themselves on this post would be “adult enough” to have felt that at least a few times. You could feel stuck in a relationship, or in a job, in aContinue reading “Are we still stuck?”
Are tangible things important to you, too?
I’ve been losing my mind in the past two days trying to find a single photo. It was a photo that Ashraf and I took together when we visited the London National History Museum on 27 March 2013. I could find other photos but just not the particular photo that both of us took together.Continue reading “Are tangible things important to you, too?”
You never really know your partner, until you marry him/her
How many times have we heard the above all our lives? In fact, I’ve heard it in all sorts of varying versions! But the underlying message remains: “People change” I dated for 7 years before I got married to my husband; and in that period of time, we had broken up more than the numberContinue reading “You never really know your partner, until you marry him/her”
How sad is it to find out that your entire 11 years of blog posts were wiped out? I loved writing, despite losing my mojo every now and then… I always turn back to writing. I think I was particularly sad about losing my posts because I had written all about the transition of myContinue reading “Start again”