In the end, it's all about what you want to achieve. Embrace the joy of learning and bettering yourself throughout your life. The world is interesting -- magical, even -- so discover it through your hard work!
The Celestials free me from invisible chains; And I cry out surrounded by bitter remains; Despair rots away my hope; But I still forge this path through fire and ice; Unable to stop the flight of the dove and the crow.
Credit: CTV News Now, before everyone comes at me, traffic on the highways does not make me happy. It’s more about the time I get to myself during my commute. If you’re like me, you have a very long commute from home to downtown for one of two things: work or education. I live in … Continue reading Happiness: Traffic on the Highways, and How to Utilize that Time
Hi everyone! I haven’t posted for a week… it’s been very busy over at my side of things. But don’t worry! I haven’t forgotten about posting. I’m planning to post once a week from now on. Here are some posts that you can expect to see in October: Acid Reflux and GERDWhat is protein in … Continue reading Posting Soon!
Photo Credit: BTS World Heartbeat MV I ran across the field of stars Over my sun and ten thousand leagues far Meteors rained down upon me as a storm brewed But a wave washed me away to the frozen valley of forgotten moons The sea of stars twists around me sparkling and fading into … Continue reading Field of Stars
Photo Credit: Not on the High Street, the Home of Thoughtful Gifts Wow, what a busy start to the school year, am I right? This isn't one of my conventional positivity posts. Nonetheless, I think that it deserves to be in this section of my blog -- some songs that had us laughing and clapping … Continue reading Happiness: Nursery Rhymes
Photo Credit: Shutterstock - Elizaveta Galitckaia You've honestly probably heard this before: ask questions! It's good for you! But I'm also going to present this from my perspective, one of a student that grew from a supremely shy kid into somebody that was confident enough to ask all the right questions to further my understanding … Continue reading It’s OK to Ask Questions (and Be Curious!)
Image Credit: Marvel Cinematic Universe (Thor Ragnarok) Links to Part 1 and Part 2:The Most Beautiful Home: Book I, Part I; Apotelesma — The Calling of the Muse The Most Beautiful Home: Book II, Part VII: Sidereus -- Truly, She Is of the Stars Notes: This is the last part of my epic poem fragment … Continue reading The Most Beautiful Home: Book V, Part IV: The Battle of Noctifer
Photo Credit: Lisataylor1 on imgur I love dogs, but I also looove cats. During the winter, I don't see cats outside much, but they love to prowl around by themselves in the summer. There are a few cats in the neighborhood, and they all have different personalities. One is really shy, and another hisses at … Continue reading Happiness: Cats and Kitties Chasing Butterflies
Photo Credit: Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash "Stress isn’t always a bad thing; it can be handy for a burst of extra energy and focus, like when you’re playing a competitive sport or have to speak in public. But when it’s continuous, it actually begins to change your brain. Chronic stress, like being overworked … Continue reading Why You Should Be Careful of Too Much Stress: The Slow Killer and it’s Effects on the Brain