A conversation in a hot tub with my friend Toby led to the initiation of this post, as we were passing the time and discussing the subject of works, suffering and life in general. One of the subjects we got quite deep into was that of short-term wins versus long-term wins, the timeless balance of … Continue reading "On Delayed Gratification"
On Delayed Gratification
A personal post, for a change. I am 25 years of age, and I feel old. Now, why would a 25 year-old feel old? Ridiculous, I’m sure you’ll agree. Statistics would imply that living in the UK I have at least twice as many years left as are behind me already, which should be more … Continue reading "On Youth"
Now before the ladies out there get overly agitated, no, I am not a left-wing feminist activist. Nor do I believe that the pay gap is a good or a bad thing – it just is. I bring this up as a subject of much repute at the present, a fact of which we are … Continue reading "On the Gender Pay Gap"
On the Gender Pay Gap
All of us require a foundation from which to build from. A baseline. A starting point. The bottom rung on Mazlow’s Hierarchy. But how do you construct your foundations? How do you set your platform, from which to take a leap? Castles made of sand fall into the sea, eventually…” In spontaneity or stability, uncertainty … Continue reading "On Sandcastles"