Why I Choose to Forget What I Eat

I am as forgetful as people come.

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I usually forget what I ate for lunch 20 minutes after eating. The intricacies and minute details of life are overwhelming and get lost on me like raindrops of the windshield of a car. They splatter thunderously but make no way into the comfort of my being.

Truth is, there are just so many things that happen throughout the course of the day. To me, it’s just a little too much for me. So when I discuss this, very often people are fascinated by the extent that I forget things.

I’ll let you in on a little secret. Continue reading Why I Choose to Forget What I Eat

The line between im|patient

Someone once told me that words said in anger cannot be taken back.


Being patient might come easy to some but to others (myself included), it is a challenge – especially at work.

We live in the age of tech where communication has been reduced to emails and instant messaging, it is quick, fast and readily available. It is no wonder that people are becoming thought of as tools in the pursuit of some bigger goal – like a cog in the wheel of the conveyor belt within the factory of the cloud.

In a globalised economy where we’re dependent on someone we can’t see, hear, don’t personally know – it’s all too easy to forget that the person on the other computer has feelings, problems, emotions too.  Continue reading The line between im|patient

The Death of Ideas and the 8 Ways to Overcome Procrastination

“You may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again.” – Benjamin Franklin

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The most amazing of ideas get sometimes lost in the darkness of inaction; they live and die in our heads – this is death by procrastination.

At one point or another, we’ve all been guilty of over-thinking and waiting for that “perfect” moment to come and sweep us off our feet in a burst of inspiration and action. But deep down, we all know that such moments don’t exist and after awhile, great ideas simply die and we let them.  Continue reading The Death of Ideas and the 8 Ways to Overcome Procrastination

The Steven Gerrard Dilemma

To the tune of Que Sera, Sera

Steve Gerrard, Gerrard
He’s better than Frank Lampard
He’s Scouse and he’s mighty Hard
Steve Gerrard, Gerrard

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In this day and age of football where the thickness of the players’ wallets weigh heavier than the badges on their chest, Steven Gerrard is a rare breed of players that epitomises the essence of loyalty to their clubs. Continue reading The Steven Gerrard Dilemma