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Confidence

‘Confidence isn’t walking into a room thinking you’re better than everyone, its walking into a room and not comparing yourself with anyone at all. ‘…

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Getting Started

‘Your life is being wasted away by all of this!,’ she yelled, furiously massaging her head.  I smiled. ‘No, mom. I’m starting one right now.’…

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Splotch of blue

Their voices roared over each other, but he was too small to tell who was right, the color blue soon became his favorite, for it…

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This reeks of melancholy

Sadness is a complicated concept to fathom. It takes time to comprehend a place where a combination of gratefulness and bitterness can be reminisced in…

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The Key

‘Twist it twice, and it’ll open.’  his words echoed through my mind, Twist it twice, and it’ll open- I repeated to myself. Locked. One more…

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REVIEW: Dim Dim Sum #hongkongdiaries

Last week, I was lucky enough to make a quick trip to Hong kong with 4 of my closest friends. I last visited Hong kong…

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REVIEW: Garibaldi

There are only a few things in life that make me happy…homemade food and some great company to share it with. Garibaldi, an Italian restaurant…

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Ma

In her late forties was she, a little plump, a little sweet a funny woman who was beautiful and chaotic, but she won’t let you…

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The stork

It stood in the corner alone, Look away child, that shadow makes a baleful figure, the ceiling bulb flickered constantly, ugly flies slowly made a…

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Still searching

His mind produced 500 thoughts every second, his focus dwindling away, soon to disappear completely stop he would repeat to himself, he dragged himself to…

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