In Memory of Korner Six.

“I think you are afraid and are looking for ways to distract your self.” These are the words that came out of T’s mouth as I kept blurting different blog names out loud. “I’m not afraid” I said. “I just don’t know what to do next and I need to channel my energy somewhere.” It’s true. I have three pending projects on my mind. One that is already alive and somewhat known on the world wide web. And two that are in the pipeline. I am also about to be…

Waiting for the apples to bake.

Okay, I think my MacBook Air is soon entering retirement. The battery just dropped by 6% in a matter of two minutes. I guess that is what happens after seven years of faithful service.  It’s a foggy, November morning and I’m baking apples with cinnamon for breakfast. A bit of a usual breakfast for me, but unusual times call for unusual breakfasts.  Covid cases are rising, presidential election discussions are in shambles on Twitter. It’s like the Comedy of Errors but in real life. Somehow though, I feel more connected…

The curious case of wanting nothing and something.

It’s a balmy Wednesday evening I’m sitting outside with the curious case of wanting nothing and something at the same time.  A part of me would like to me amongst a group of friends, talking, having a drink. This is the something. The other part of me feels tired by the idea of being in such a situation. This is the nothing. And the in-between part, is me wondering whether I’ve already given this world the best years of my socializing life. Or maybe my socializing moon is in retrograde. Either…

ENFP Starting a Business: Pamela is back with a Fair Trade T-shirt Brand

Guess who’s back? Back again? Pamela’s back. Tell a friend. *Cue in Eminem rapping* Hi there. It’s been awhile since I have blogged. But you know, life got really really busy and really overwhelming. I was finishing up a full time working contract and trying to get www.teeshie.com going. Teeshie is my t-shirt brand. The brand is 100% organic white t-shirts that are Fair Wear certified. They are designed by me and I literally put all of my creative heart into them. I am really, really, really excited about this.…

Security is a funny thing.

I am at a crossroads in my life at the moment. I need to decide between security and my own beliefs. The choice is simple: Do I look for a stable job or do I go ALL IN on my projects and myself? It’s a funny position to be in because there are so many mixed opinions and beliefs about what security means to people. Today I have had two conversations about the topic and through those conversations I have come to realise a few points: The only time we…

Exercise Really Does Make You Happy. My 3 Favourite Home 20 Minute Workouts.

So, the last couple of days have been a little rough on my emotional spirits. In terms of Eckhart Tolle, my Pain-Body awakened and was really hungry for pain and sadness. Do you ever have those days? Where all you can remember are painful memories? It is definitely not fun or enjoyable. The good thing about sadness is that it inspires reflection on our lives and the current state of our thoughts and emotions which can be a powerful tool to grow. I find that moving our bodies really does make…

The Week I Launched My Start Up: House of Swap

Hello Everybody! 🙂 I have a cold this weekend and it’s not nice. 🙁 {crying face} but you know what? Who cares… because I just finished editing my Vlog that I made the week of launching House of Swap. Truth be told, I actually didn’t know I would be launching last Sunday but somehow as I was vlogging, I decided it would be a nice title to have, so I went for it. I mean why not? Life has a funny way of working out sometimes. If you have 10 minutes,…

A Video for The New Week by Simon Sinek

Hello and Happy Monday everybody. Who is excited about the new week to start? (Meeeeeeeee) …. and who is dreading it? It’s Thanksgiving in the US this week which means a long weekend for some of you. 🙂 Today I want to share a video from Simon Sinek with you. Simon is the man behind startwithwhy.com and he is also the speaker of one of the most watched Ted Talks ever (almost 30 million views). This man focuses on understanding Why We Do What We Do, Great Leadership and… in a way, Millennials.…