Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up.


Allen Klein
Author and Professional Speaker

“There are many things in your heart you can never tell to another person. They are your private joys and sorrows, and you can never tell them. You cheapen yourself, the inside of yourself, when you tell them.”
— Greta Garbo

Pondering: What should I risk today?

So, I’ve been thinking of doing something “risky”, like buying/paying something off the internet without expecting any in return (nothing for me to gain, that is), like those donation stuffs I haven’t done in a while. *face palm* I’ll return to that in a while because I’m receiving too much blessings in my work at the moment. *Yeah, you read that right! I’m not working too much just because it is a -ber month, but because I just really have too many things to do at work. And I love how things are moving on.*

Anyway, I’m still not sure as to what I am going to bet, my mere life is too essentially useless to “risk” over the stuffs on the internet. I do think it’s bothersome to even leave the house! So, I am really useless.

I’ll just update when I decided to do something because, as I have mentioned earlier, I haven’t really-really decided on which one to focus on. The things floating inside my mind are too much, and I think it would take me long enough to understand the whole process. Aw, I’m not even sure if I’m going to push through as most of the times I don’t finish anything. That’s just how things go with me. I don’t really understand it, as well, but everything would just stop and I won’t be excited anymore.

I over-exaggerate most of the times so don’t fret. Whatever this is, it is no big deal actually. I just want to try something new.

“Take risks. If you win you will be happy; if you lose you will be wise.”

— Unknown

Music of the Week: My Rules by Aom Sucharat

I was inspired to post this because of the innocent love I witnessed from the Yes or No Thailand movie. It revitalized my “love” energy, turning my bitter mood into something light and fluffy that I had to re-watch the movie for several times (it is becoming one of my favorites now). The said movie was asked in a Facebook Group that I happened to be a member of, and then it became a hot topic and everybody’s getting buzzed up with this cute program. So yeah, I tried it and was turned, fortunately, as a fan of both leading actresses. I do follow them on both Facebook and Instagram and I instantly noticed that Tina is more active on Facebook while Aom is doing well on the latter social media website. Anyway, I just like to share this cute and catchy song here.

A plan to have no plan (What do you mean you have NO plans?!)

This is very fun to read! And even though this post meant well, I slightly disagree on not actually making any plan with your life.

First and foremost, I like a well-thought plan but I also happen to be a spontaneous impulsive individual that whatever strikes me at the moment, I shall do it or I will be a bit depressed or disappointed if I didn’t do anything about it. So, I just want to warn you that I may be biased but this is really my opinion on the matter.

Plans are meant to guide you. You don’t make them because of work but to construct your life; your ideal life, with what you want to achieve and further do with your life.

I believe that planning is the process of paving a better road for your future.

Generally speaking, planning about our life’s course is subjective to many factors that we seldom notice that by making choices we are cementing one saving-point in the whole picture of our life’s plan.

I think planning is necessary, especially on the lives of people aged 30 and below. I think it is the phase where we try our hardest to have a fulfilling job, huge income, create more connections, forcefully try to enjoy life and start to visualize where we really want to be by the time we grow old.

This article comes to me that it is meant for people with a stable lifestyle, something all of us are aiming for.

What I really like about this, though, is that it points out that in our life, we will realize the need to be free to do the things we really, really enjoy because by then we feel the stability and security that whatever we will do is for our own self towards happiness.