Beautiful, Complex, and Fragile

Dear Reader, How much can you ever really help someone change? In my early adult years, I was close to a few people who suffer from anxiety and depression. They are all on medication that help their symptoms to some extent, however, the root of the problem—whatever is causing the anxiety and depression—remains. Can we... Continue Reading →

Mind in Motion

Dear Reader, Do you know what momentum is? I am not a science-y person so I will not pretend to know more than I actually do, however, I do recall a simple definition of the term from a high school physics course. Momentum is, simply put, "the quantity of mass in motion." From a physics... Continue Reading →

Overjoyed, Underwhelmed

Dear Reader, Do you jump on opportunities when they present themselves? If yes, do you always follow through with these opportunities? At a few of my jobs, the team is having problems with employee attrition. To me, the core problem is that many people, myself included, see new opportunities in a different way than they... Continue Reading →

Like a Well-Oiled Human

Dear Reader, Our bodies are kind of like machines. While it may sound like I'm praising humans for their efficiency or ability act logically, what I actually mean is that humans have problems, kind of like machines. If your computer is facing some sort of issue, you may receive an error message. Sometimes the error... Continue Reading →

More than an Emotion

Dear Reader, Do you get upset easily? When I'm stressed, I'm more easily affected by any sort of small annoyance. However, today, I became truly angry because of an argument. Anger is not an emotion that I experience frequently. Usually, I range from mildly amused to mildly upset. The anger that I felt today came as... Continue Reading →

Putting the “Me” in “Memory”

Dear Reader, How good is your memory? I recently went through one of my old email addresses to find specific information about a doctor's appointment from years ago. In my searches, I stumbled upon a picture of me in high school at a choir concert. While the choir concert was important at the time, today,... Continue Reading →

Living from Deadline to Deadline

Dear Reader, Do you like deadlines? Although I always considered myself to be the sort of person to get work done early, I am relying increasingly on deadlines to motivate me to get started on anything at all. For example, I have two meetings coming up in less than 24 hours, this means that preparation... Continue Reading →

The Umpteenth Time Around

Dear Reader, Do you remember learning how to ride a bike? Well, even if you don't, I'm sure you struggled the first time around (I definitely did). Almost everything that we do, we had to learn at some point or another. Just think about writing. We literally struggled for years on this task. Can you... Continue Reading →

The Art of Mental Fumigation

Dear Reader, Why is it that one good night’s sleep will not make up for six bad ones? Or, why taking up aerobics won’t undo the damage of years spent chain smoking? For some reason, life doesn’t really offer too many quick fixes. I’ve been having some trouble with my iPhone lately. Sometimes the screen... Continue Reading →

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