Category: Personal Journey

Unemployment, my old friend… I think that my job search has managed to go from bad to worse, today being the biggest disappointment since finding out Ben Kingsley wasn’t (and then was) Indian. It was a confusing childhood rife with misinformation. I blame Gandhi myself. I went for a job today, expecting to sell myself […]

Life, or something a lot like it Last month on My Life: I got a job. I started a course. I downloaded Tinder. Again. I quit the job. I finished the course. I deleted Tinder. Again. Despite the boring summary, I feel like things have changed. Albeit microscopically. Instead of putting the same effort into a CV as I […]

The only person you can change is yourself Einstein once said that the definition of madness was doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. You can fall into unhealthy patterns with certain people. I always thought if I tried harder, compromised and practiced patience, things would improve. But people show you […]

I clearly do not like being told what to do A paramilitary tried to train me for a cross country run once. I thought running with someone else would be fun. Wrong. The clue was in the fact he was paramilitary. As a result, he thought barking at me to run faster, run backwards, slow […]

Things work always work out in the end. Even gastroenteritis. All it took was one bite of the egg. I heaved up the banana milkshake quicker than I’d drunk it. Then whatever else was left of the Tonsai devil burger I had at the start of my journey. That’s what I get for eating a burger at […]

It’s good to be impulsive. And occasionally life threatening. It’s the year of the monkey. Naturally, I was born in the year of the monkey. Witty, sociable, easily bored, stubborn. Sums me up perfectly I think. No better time to get harnessed up and back on the face of a mountain. It’s been a few […]