I have an irrational fear of going to the barber shop, but I’m conquering it session by session. It all started when I first landed here in London in 2007 and decided to grow my hair out because I thought to experiment with my appearance. The events that transpired due to that decision deserves itsContinue reading “Ten Thoughts When Getting a Haircut”
The colourful words of Youth are fruity; they breathe tempt and hope on our faces to tell us that our dreams can one day bloom. And then comes Maturity, whose checklist and red pen highlight and crush those dreams off into little bits of reality.
It’s always being said but sometimes taken lightheartedly, but spontaneous trips usually make the best of memories and work better than those trips that are planned far in advance; those road trips that you go on a whim and everyone just goes with the flow. Thanks to my friends’ fast skills in searching hotels andContinue reading “Bournemouth Bound”
It’s always a huge surge of gratitude whenever I receive an acceptance email on my phone all of a sudden, and it’s no different when I got the news that the latest issue of Parallel Ink will feature two of my poems titled “Who We’re Writing For” and “The Golden Lining”. After reading through theContinue reading “@ParallelInk’s latest issue is out!”
To those who follow me on social media, they’ll know that #throwbackthursday is my favourite and most used trending topic, alongside its cousins #flashbackfriday, #sentisaturday, and even the ridiculous ones like #memorymonday. Memory lane is kind of like a second home to me. I like having stories to look back on and little anecdotes toContinue reading “what would you do if…”