We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

Today marks exactly 11 months since I wrote "The Right Diagnosis", a piece where I documented the issues with having a diagnosis without a suitable treatment. Again and again, I learn that a diagnosis, although medically relevant, has no significant bearing on one's life whatsoever. A diagnosis does not necessarily breed action, nor does it… Continue reading We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

Buying Promises

Every January, people flock to gyms across the world, credit cards in hand, ready to completely revamp their lifestyle once again. 63% of memberships never get used. 83% see usage of less than once per week. Why? Well, the easy answer is "because people are lazy", but there's far more of a psychological game being… Continue reading Buying Promises

Good Bean Juice

I like coffee. I know, so quirky and relatable, definitely not like the other guys that don't like coffee. But seriously, I am absolutely in the denial phase of addiction. It's one of the things keeping me going -- the morning ritual of making a cup for myself every morning and the feeling of focus… Continue reading Good Bean Juice