My Recipe for Success: Everyone is different from one another. Therefore, everyone’s recipe for success is different. It is now day 36 of a diet commitment. Day 36 of a 70-day process that is. Halfway there. A few weeks back, when I was wolfing down donuts and other types of junk
The 54th Deadline: Regardless of failure or success, you learn. Life grants people so many chances to get it right. I needed a change in more ways than one. I have grown weary of my mediocrity. Why would anyone purposefully choose to be less than their best when they can directly impact
Happy Haiku: These will always be positive-themed poems using the 5-7-5 syllable format in English or Japanese. In honor of my recent transition toward a healthier lifestyle, with yesterday’s post being about jogging, I figure a running poem would be appropriate. Well, here goes. Wearing running shoes A brisk jog around
Upbeat Feat: In life, one must embrace each and every victory. Relish in positive moments whenever they occur. Here is a thing about me – I am mediocre at exercise. But with this in mind, you can imagine what it was like when I decided, on a whim no less,
I have never been one for exercise, mainly due to laziness. Even when I dabbled in high school sports for a bit, I found myself not enjoying this kind of physical activity in general. It always bored me, so I never figured out why some people just loved working out.
I used to dread waking up early, but there came a point where I needed to change. The fact is, I am no longer a kid who can just sleep in as much as he wants and get up super late in the day. Or at the very least, I