HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Do you know the difference between your job, career, and vocation? What is your job? Career? Vocation? In my current job, I am a Financial Controller at an internet/telecoms service provider. Sometimes, I dislike where I work, some people at work, how I work, and even specific functions or actions. I struggle to get out…… Continue reading Job, Career and Vocation
Those of you who write are familiar with the struggles of a writer. That nagging thought of being a fraud doesn’t leave many of us in peace. I beat myself up. “Why is it such a challenge for me to take a break from [living] my life to write?” This internal questioning in my head…… Continue reading Writing
“You cannot be, and you shouldn’t be, settled on settling.” I feel settled at work as it is, and it isn’t a “good settled”. I think… I feel I am so comfortable and relaxed that I border complacency. I dislike this kind of contentment. Although I initially sensed peace within, it appears to have been…… Continue reading Settled on settling
Granted that both “books” and “birthdays” start with the letter “b”, but why would I use books out of their usual place as my featured image? I call the image “Books displaced”. Often, as my birthday draws close, I begin to ponder. I seem to use the impending another-year-older moment as my time for some…… Continue reading Birthdays
“Come,” the faceless voice whispers to me. “Keep walking. Come here. Come in here.” I see an open door. I squint. Do I think I could see inside if I do? I only see darkness past the doorway, but I don’t have to see with my eyes what the room holds. I have been there.…… Continue reading Voice in my head
Instead of silently slipping into the world of NaNoWrimo (National Novel Writing Month) while simultaneously doing another novel writing project, which means that I am on a sort of writing sprints for the first drafts of TWO projects—okay, novels—and will not have much time for much else, and despite having been quiet for days (not…… Continue reading Writing takes centre stage