Resilience. It is a philosophy that has been implanted in children from families of Asian descent for as far as history goes. This survival strategy is practically forced upon every single individual since the day that they were born. I can’t speak much for other ethnicities but I can speak for the Chinese – if […]Read More Resilience
Amidst the excitement and gratitude for my long-awaited freedom, the funemployment experience has been everything that I’ve wanted – and everything that I’ve not. It started with the crazy idea that I would enjoy an abundance of free time to do whatever I wished but the truth is, there wasn’t a whole lot that I actually […]Read More (F)unemployment and Exhaustion
So here’s the thing – in case you couldn’t tell, I’m pretty much an open book. Ask me just about anything and I’ll probably tell you in a lot more details than you’d need. I’m essentially the best secret keeper ever simply for the fact that I have no secrets of my own. The good […]Read More The Reboot: What happens when it fails? – Part II
As I have mentioned in my previous post, I did take a few days off from work and effectively utilized that time to search for myself and to care for my well-being. Now, I don’t do this often, but I have in the past utilized vacation time just to be at home and to care […]Read More The Reboot: What happens when it fails?