Saturday I came back from a 6 week trip to London, which was tough but nonetheless eye opening. I’m trying to get more structure in my day to day life so I decided using a weekly TBR list would be a great place to start! So here are the books I will be trying to read this week: The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead As … Continue reading Weekly TBR 8/9 – 14/9
Oooff, it’s been a couple of hectic weeks and my head is threatening to overload, so I think it’s about that time for me to sit down and have a little talk (or I guess type this post out hahah). The past few weeks things have really been starting to take off on Youtube and Instagram, in the sense that I am feeling more inspired … Continue reading The Daily Stoic
I have taken some time off of Instagram to relax, because the whole thing was really stressing me out. I tried opening my account on Sunday and I felt the unnerving sense of a panic attack lingering beneath the surface. No good. I’m not too sure how I will be able approach this online space again. I’m sure I will be able to deal with … Continue reading Mathematics and Language
Well it has been a very long time since I have written a blog post. I have had this website since 2015, when I first started my Studyblr after having my knee surgery. If you know me from there or my Instagram or Youtube account you will know that I have a lot of (at times weird) interests. I struggled a bit with deciding what … Continue reading I’m back!
Last month I read Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Murakami Haruki (村上春樹). When it comes to books, a bad habit of mine (besides being a total tsundoku) is judging a book by it’s cover (I knowwww, it’s bad!). I saw this one a few years ago at my book store and was completely intrigued by it, so when I stumbled upon it on … Continue reading ６月５日
Chineasy is a startup created by Taiwanese entrepreneur ShaoLan Hsueh, with the purpose to teach people Chinese characters in a fun and efficient way using pictures. The idea first came to Shaolan when her two daughters were phasing difficulties learning Chinese. She starting drawing pictures with them incorporating the characters. This family project of drawing eventually grew out that a successful business and two books … Continue reading ５月２８日 Chineasy Everyday
Yet again I’m at another turning point in my life. Right now I can’t tell whether it’s for better or worse, or rather it feels absolutely bad, but I believe it is for the best. The most efficient way to describe how I’m feeling would be indifferent yet highly sensitive. and anxious This month marks the end of what I see as a period filled … Continue reading ５月２３日