I went to a networking event of young professionals a couple months back, more so as a social experiment but also to… well, network. Instead of the normal questions you ask in this setting, I switched it up. I asked people questions like, “What hobbies […]
What is tripping?
In the slang use, tripping is when someone is acting out of the norm which society has defined them. It could be defined as overreacting and making a deal out of something small. Viewed as crazy, disorderly, out of their element.
They say “you’re trippin” or “you’ve changed.” But how do they know you haven’t changed for the better?
Why do we not make the time for introspection, for those who have it? Many find other ways to address deeper issues: find social activities to mask with, or addictive substances. Or maybe they look to their partner/friends for talk therapy. Even still, these people may have your best interest at heart, but THEY are not YOU. Only you know how you feel, and what is occurring in your mind. They may THINK they know, but unless you’re 100% completely honest and vulnerable, there will be things which you need to face and be honest with yourself about, so you can address yourself.
All you have to do to become a better writer is just start. All you have to do to get better at anything in life is just start. Practice. Practice makes progress.
You’ve heard the saying, work hard, play hard.
But do we actually make time to live out the “play” portion? We are always busy and preoccupied with working. When was the last time you actually allowed yourself time to play? To let out your inner child.
Community is one of the greatest gifts. It creates a social environment stemming from a sense of humanity where we feel connected and a part of something bigger than ourselves.
Human behavior is the most interesting thing to me. What makes people tick and act in particular ways? It’s funny how growing up you associate adults as mature. You think when you reach a certain age, a switch suddenly flips and you’re supposed to have […]
Good reminder for those who might get so caught up in fitness and detracted from the bigger picture. The bigger picture is a message I ALWAYS try to keep at the forefront.
On Death and Following Your Path The quickest way to become proactive is to remind ourselves of death. It may sound dark but when we remind ourselves of how short life is, we become anxious to strive towards what will bring us the most happiness. […]