Travis – More than Us


Happy New Year!

I’m okay now 🙂 One year on, my heart and my soul are whole again, and I feel like myself. Sorry for the lack of posting, I have limited access to the net. Will try harder 2016!!

New Category: 365 Little Great Moments


Look after yourselves,




Back to December – Taylor Swift

“So this is me swallowing my pride, standing in front of you saying, “I’m sorry for that night,” And I go back to December all the time. It turns out freedom ain’t nothing but missing you. Wishing I’d realized what I had when you were mine. I’d go back to December, turn around and make it all right. I go back to December all the time. All the time.”

I don’t know how to stop thinking about you. I’m here in this big old empty house and although I’m feeling better than I have in good long while, I just can’t get you out of my head. I miss talking to you so much.

Ways to validate myself as a human: Express Yourself


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Express Yourself!.”

What came to mind? Well I can’t be the only one that immediately remembers this beauty?

Sometimes I have way too many emotions to process, and so if I need to figure out what is going on in my crazy head I’ve got a number of things I do, here are a couple.

My current obsession is writing. I have a notebook that I just write down the stream of thoughts that tumble from my head. Not quite a diary, I only really write in it when I need some room up here to think, so I put it all in one place. And once it’s all out, I love seeing if I can make something worthwhile from all the thoughts and feelings I go through so it gets churned and turned into something that resembles poetry. Sometimes it’s awful…

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My Journey in Moving On, by Celestine Chua

I found this bit of magic, written by Celestine Chua who is the founder of Personal Excellence site. The original article is here. Hope you find it useful!

My Journey in Moving On

Thinking About Him


After we parted ways, I focused on living my life. Staying away from G made it easier to move on. No more confusing signals to throw me off track. No more mind games. No more ambiguity. While I was hurt on the inside, at least now I could focus on the path of recovery rather than be left hanging in the middle of no man’s land. I was sad and disappointed that G was not the one, but I remained hopeful that my special someone was out there and I would meet him someday.

Yet, a part of me still thought about G. This tended to arise in certain moments, such as when I was by myself, when my friends talked about guys/relationships, when I saw couples together, or when I was down. I would think back about the past, and the times we were together. Thinking about him would trigger different emotions. Sweetness and nostalgia from the happy times. Confusion over why exactly he acted that way. Frustration, sadness and Continue reading