This morning, I was inspired by a video showing natural indigo dye makers in Japan. I didn’t even know that the colour came from a single plant! Or that fabrics dyed with real indigo was used as an under armour for the samurai because of its .
Flashback to five years ago. Usually, re-reading this poem would mean allowing myself to bask in melancholy. Not today. Today, I let a little bit of light in my dark corner, knowing that every win is worth celebrating. I know enough to .
Hello! I’ve left this site abandoned for almost a month now? So much has been happening that I haven’t got the time to properly sit down and document it all. Passed my finals and I’m done with medical school! Ended Ramadhan .
Climate change, poverty, the alarming rise in non-communicable disease morbidity: choose your battle. They seem to strike me all at once and they’re too huge of a burden for one person to think of. I wonder how many more problems out there .
I have no right to say that I feel tired since my day started kinda late… but it’s not over yet. Not in the mood for dinner or a nap but I have to be back at the hospital in 40 minutes 🙁 . Anyway I’ve sent my resignation email .
And I’m devouring tonight’s homemade Shell Out with gusto and a new fighting spirit. A quote I came across today was so inspiring, I’m adopting it ASAP. Don’t ever do something to the best of your ability. Do it to the .
Credit: Pinterest It’s about 5 months to the most important exam of my tertiary education. I’ve never juggled this many responsibilities in the past and it’s proving to be quite taxing. The need to learn at maximum .