I believe we all have different versions of what we perceive to be successful. We all have different perceptions of what success looks and feels like for us. Our version of success helps us understand what we want from our creative work and lives. I have been thinking a lot about my version of success
One of the things that I value and hold dear is ‘living my truth out loud’ and I have been thinking about what does living the truth out loud means to me. What does living one’s truth out loud means anyway? Truth doesn’t have to be a big ass scary thing. It could be little
Lately, I have been thinking about how we measure our successes and how more often than we like to admit, our sense of fulfillment is linked to external validation. Heck, we even define success by someone else parameters most of the time even we are not intentional about it but that’s a discussion for another day.
A new year and making resolutions for the new year feel like a fresh start to something, something great that you want to work towards. If I’d be completely honest making resolutions for the new year has never worked for me. Almost until the end of January or the very beginning of February, I tend to forget
At the end of 2017, I had a very strong feeling that 2018 was going to be my year. I followed my intuition and at the beginning of 2018, I made a commitment to prioritize learning first which made the hard choice of investing in myself and personal development much easier. I have nearly spent $2670. Why?
I always found myself standing just a little too much on the edge, trying to do things differently and believing that different is always good. ‘You have something amazing to share with the world’, ‘The worlds needs what you’ve got’, ‘Your voice matters’. These have been my mantra’s for as long as I can remember. Now,
For my Birthday this year, I am choosing to share insights that I have gained so far as a multi-passionate creative going through the process of self-discovery and learning to live my “must” instead of a long list of “shoulds”. It’s more like a pep-talk that I myself need on a constant basis. If you
Mehreen Farhan It is time for our APRIL feature. I am thrilled to introduce you to Mehreen, editor in Chief, The Pakistani Woman and the founder of the first platform for Pakistani Lady Bloggers. She is a well-established blogger and aims to empower other lady bloggers. I have found her immensely helpful, always ready to jump
When I started this very blog, keeping a journal was the only thing on my mind. Today, it has grown into a resource for people who want to become a better version of themselves. I have been an addict to personal writing for as long as I can remember. It has personally helped me at various