This is the third winter I’ve experienced in my entire life. Since this is the season in which it takes little to no effort to feel the blues (yes, northeast winters could definitely do that to you), I find it … Continue reading Happy Pill #1: Fine-Tipped Pens
We’re all told from a young age how important it is to be honest. I think that’s because, as humans, we’re genuinely dishonest creatures. Whether for our own personal gains or to protect those we love, there are plenty of … Continue reading Happiness is Impossible without Authenticity
Assuming Jenny and I are soulmates and are meant to be together (hey, we did well on this quiz!) let’s examine how close we could have come to never meeting. Meeting your soulmate is no easy task. The odds that … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect: What If You Never Meet Your Soulmate?
I’m a pretty neurotic person. Worrying about anything–from the possibility of having an aneurysm to whether I cooked the meat well enough to whether I’m good enough to doubting the soundness of having a kid and making him/her live in the … Continue reading It’s Okay Not to be Happy
Timmy’s dad frequently teased him that he lost his edge when he started to become happy. That is, when we started being in a relationship. In his defense, we used to be so much darker. Or at least had no … Continue reading Is Happiness Bad?
Weeks ago, Timmy and I had to travel some place that required four train rides, back and forth. We had a lot of time to kill … Continue reading My Friend Under the Edge of the Platform
I’ve always wondered what it feels like to lie down on snow and make a snow angel ever since I was a kid. At 24 years old, I finally did it! And boy, it was every bit as SUPERCALIFRAGILISTIC as … Continue reading Making Your First Snow Angel is As Good As a Cheetos Party
I am a minimalist. Normally I wouldn’t use such a popular label onto myself, but that is what would accurately describe my lifestyle right now. It … Continue reading Minimalism and Dreams
Three days ago, I met Timmy again after six months. It was different from the last times we’ve been together. Back then it ended in painful goodbyes after several days. This time, it would take several years before we have … Continue reading LDR No More