A little about me.
I’m an introvert, which means my mind is always thinking about some subject or another and I’m much better at communicating through writing than I am verbal, which is how the blog idea started.
I’ve always been interested in my footprint on this world ever since I was very young, living in a small village in the middle of nowhere. I’m not exaggerating, the village doesn’t even show up on maps. I’ve participated in marches, written letters to the government, made phone calls, made my vote count, signed petition. I refuse to wait until someone else will fix the issue. I think it’s up to each one of us to make sure our human rights are achieved and protected.
I later moved to the city when my dad got transferred and am now all grown up with a family of my own. The adjustment was a little rough, but like my mixed racial background, I am now able to mix with both the rural and urban world, not fully fitting in either, but able to find my place in both.
I struggle with a couple of chronic illness, both diagnosed (Graves Disease, Hyperthyroidism, etc.) and still to be diagnosed. I talk about this a lot because it affects every aspect of life.
I mainly talk about subjects that bring out a passionate response in myself and others and am happy to discuss with people coming from a similar and different point of view. I talk about parenting, relationships, health and chronic illnesses, business, human rights, politics, etc. I also write about lighter subjects when the mood strikes.
I have been told that it’s better to stick to one subject, but I’m a little stubborn and I need to be true to myself.
This blog is run by me, it’s largely about my opinions, thoughts, experiences. I’m human, I struggle, I have highs and lows and I always strive to connect with others in an introverted fashion.