Monday, 16 October 2017


The great thing about art is that no two people will look at it the same way.

Books - nobody will imagine the same things when they're reading. Paintings - nobody will view them the same way.

I've only recently been into fine arts. Let's say 3-4 years ago. I find it captivating. Intriguing. It makes you really wonder what exactly is going on in the artist's mind.

I was fortunate enough to attend an art expo over the weekend and it was amazing. Here are some amazing stuff I managed to capture.

What do you see in the last picture? 

Sunday, 15 October 2017

Spiritual Detox

I think I speak on behalf of everyone when I say "we all work in a very political environment". By this, I mean office politics, of course. It's everywhere.

To be honest, I came into this entertainment industry, this media world, thinking everything and everyone will be perfect. Oh how very wrong was I! 

However, we're all human beings. People talk about people. It's only natural. 

So, I read about spiritual detoxing not too long ago and I do find myself a bit happier and care-free when I talk less about people and mind my own business. 

Basically, spiritual detoxing is when you TRY not to say anything negative about anyone - including yourself. 

Things you would normally say to yourself in the morning like "I don't think I'm good enough", "I don't look as pretty as her", "I'm not this, I'm not that".... etc. 



Don't say or think anything negative. 

I tried doing that for 3 days and it felt amazing. So, the challenge is to either do it for 

a) 3 days

b) 7 days

c) 45 days

d) 3 months 

Don't worry if you fall off the wagon. Just get back up again. Try it. 

Saturday, 14 October 2017

The Simpler Things in Life

I always tell myself and the people whom I'm close to:"remember to appreciate the little things in life". When I wake up every morning, I would always tell myself "wow. Today is a miracle. I get to see the beautiful sky, I get to hear the birds chirping, I'm healthy and alive."

Of course, if I'm being completely honest with you, I sometimes do tend to fall off the wagon. Whenever I've got too much on my plate, whenever I'm stressed out over unresolved matters, whenever I wake up on the wrong side of the bed, I do forget to say those things to myself. 

See, when you're living in a big city - you tend to have a more routined life. You become a robot like everyone else without even realizing it. You work, you come home, you eat, you go to sleep, and you wake up. ROUTINED! 

However, I have been getting back into the habit of appreciating the simpler things in life. Life can be beautiful every single day if you take the time to live for the smaller things - wind blowing across your face, smell of freshly cut grass, etc. 

Here are some of the pictures I've taken over the past couple of weeks that make me appreciate my existence in this world a little bit more :) 

Appreciate, live, be happy