Inside The Mind Of An Introvert

It is no surprise to anybody who has met me that I am an introvert by nature. For the better part of 18 years, I always trembled at the thought of social engagement. Despite my best attempts to feign confidence, it never really seemed to work…until recently. The past year (or two, actually) have been different in many regards. Firstly, I adopted what was the … Continue reading Inside The Mind Of An Introvert

18 Lessons for 18 Years

Often we find ourselves talking about the ‘tough lessons’ that life teaches us through failure, hardships, and other unpleasant events. Though these are uncomfortable moments, in the end, as a result of these events, we find ourselves wiser. I’ve learned a lot over the years, but these are some of the most important things to me. I thought it’d be a nice mental exercise to … Continue reading 18 Lessons for 18 Years

Three Tips For Avoiding Distractions | TheBlanketNook

This is a guest post! Be kind and play nice. Cheers. – Hri. Whenever you’re in the midst of beginning a new project or taking on something that doesn’t quite absorb all of your attention, you may find yourself wasting time with other distractions. It’s one of the problems entrepreneurs struggle with and it can potentially be your own worst enemy. The phrase “time is … Continue reading Three Tips For Avoiding Distractions | TheBlanketNook

5 Reasons We Give Up (And Ways to Find Motivation!)

Motivation, simply defined, is the purpose behind an action. Contemporary society’s definition of motivation, however, is closely tied to work. In a world as cut-throat as ours, money is a major factor and most of the time our life is shaped around the commodity rather than the other way around. Of course we go to work for money and the people you meet can be … Continue reading 5 Reasons We Give Up (And Ways to Find Motivation!)

Why Person Of Interest is the best show I’ve ever seen

Now, let me preface this by expressing how inexperienced I am with TV shows and television in general. I haven’t really seen a TV show since House MD a few years ago, so yes, I haven’t seen GoT, the Walking Dead, Narcos, Thirteen Reasons Why, Dynasty and the plethora of other shows that seem to be ruffling everyone’s feathers lately. What I do know, however, … Continue reading Why Person Of Interest is the best show I’ve ever seen

Humility, Altruism and Heroism | Hri-Write

In our very own right, we are all heroes. Popular culture loves to place emphasis on superheroes whose powers are all out of the realm of possibility, such as the ability to fly, run faster than light, be incredibly strong and so on. One key realization that is often exempted from the idea of heroism is that even with our physical limitations, we are heroic … Continue reading Humility, Altruism and Heroism | Hri-Write

Higher Consciousness | Hri-Write

The human mind has been the subject of study even before the scientific method and modern technology existed. Philosophers, sages, and ascetics have all in the past tried to understand the psyche of the human animal in unique and interesting ways. The phrase “higher consciousness” is used to express an elusive and difficult to attain mental state, distinct from the ‘lower’, more primitive mind. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Higher Consciousness | Hri-Write

High School to University

I’m sure every single high school senior that is reading this right now has spent some time in the recent past pondering and feeling nostalgic about the years of schooling, times spent with their friends, the jokes about teachers and literally the whole deal that came with the baggage of being a student. I know this because right now, I’m in that situation. It’s an … Continue reading High School to University