I have always aspired a few things, mostly the same ones – writing and doing more, rather than consuming.
It’s time it finds a home.
This blog reflects my affinity to resolve inner conflicts. So I write. Here you’ll find notes to self (as it is an encouragement for others) on living a simple life, on how to be a better version of ourselves, plus side poetry.
My journey began when I finally honored that constant bugging in my innards. I believe it was my courage awakened, annoyed to its edge, that it still rocks to this day.
Seriously, it’s simple: we don’t need anyone’s permission to be who we want to be. And we’re only getting somewhere if we stop trying and start doing. It could be difficult but it’s important.
It’s a harsh reminder to free ourselves from the irrational fear and, instead, fulfill what’s brewing in our hearts – to just do it anyway.
Give yourself the permission to make something happen. Then forget you ever needed it.
Let’s brew a conversation. Find me on Twitter or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the way, I like Nihongo.