Why wait for something when life is going on? You have your own life. Do the things you enjoy, be around people you like | bukansourcreamnonion

I used to write because I’m sad. There were moments when I believed that writers are sad people. Tears were from where those poetic lines originate. I don’t know whether it’s true; but now I just write because I’d like to, whenever I want to, every time I feel the urge to scribble. And I’ve known this since I was 13: that I will continue to write though people have long stopped reading. Exactly the kind of spirit I’d like to have in living life. Because we only live once. And once should be enough.

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This year, I learned to accept the days when I don't feel motivated, tired, or a bit grumpy. I learned to allow myself to sit with this feeling instead of feeling guilty about it and forcing myself to be productive, socialize, or just get things done.
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In the end, self-care is not always about doing the things that make us feel good or give us instant gratification. It's also about doing the RIGHT thing: something that is good for us in the long run—even if it may feel hard at times.
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Hi. I'm HANNY
I am an Indonesian writer and an artist/illustrator based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I love facilitating writing/creative workshops and retreats, especially when they are tied to self-exploration and self-expression. In Indonesian, 'beradadisini' means being here. So, here I am, documenting life—one word at a time.

hanny

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