Having a dating app on my phone will make me feel lonelier because it’ll be a subtle sign of what I don’t have. Continue reading Having dating apps on your phone
There can be, and should be, a blissful, serene enjoyment in knowing, and celebrating, that there are folks out there having the time of their life at something that you might have loved to but are simply skipping. Continue reading The FOMO antidote: JOMO
There are two ways to remember life:
1. Delete photos 2. Write journals Continue reading How to remember your life
Be it, people, profession or passion, without depth, everything feels empty. We are here searching for meaning, and without connecting to something, being passionate about something, we’ll waste the precious limited time we have here. Continue reading How to look beyond the surface?
If you’re not living under a rock, you might have seen reels on this song where people transition from an untidy room in pyjamas to a lavish location in Hawaii or Goa for some reason. Or they sleep on their bed but wake up in a 5-star hotel room with 10 cuisine breakfast that they can’t even pronounce.
Skipping to the good part is like magic. It looks good, we’re impressed but it’s an illusion. An illusion of perfection. Continue reading Can we skip to the good part?
He also said we should be more compassionate (or even pitiful) towards people whose actions go wrong. Tragedy reminds us we are not protected by some walls and keeps us to the ground. Our happy emotions make us fly, but Tragedy brings us to the ground. Continue reading How to tell good stories?
Like stock, some people are also more stable than others; some give more returns, some drown you. Continue reading How are people and the stock market similar?
2021 for most of us, was like a cute puppy that we brought home expecting we’d put Instagram posts about it, earn a shit amount of money and followers. But before you knew it, that puppy was eating your expensive dress, pooping on your carpet and not listening to you like your friends. Continue reading 12 things 2021 taught me (or us)
A massive chunk of the population is reluctant to change.
These people resist switching jobs, changing cities, dumping that toxic partner, and changing the sofa after it’s been broken five times because they had steamy pillow fights on it, which still reminds them of their golden days.
They repel change; they resist change and run away from it. Continue reading How to not be repulsive to change
The confidence. Or lack thereof. People with half-truths are far more confident than those aware of all the sides of a story. What mind trick is it? Or is it something natural? As my favorite quote goes, “fools and fanatics are always so confident of themselves and wise people so full of doubts.” You must have seen online when something controversial happens; the netizens prepare … Continue reading The confidence paradox