The truth behind work

Here is the sad reality and truth of working. We work our lives away, we litterally go to work on average 5 days a week to make money. Some people earn heaps and some people earn so little and yet, we give our precious time to be a slave to money. 

We then spend this money that we worked hard for, that we wasted our time for. How depressing is the thought of that? We use up our time, to work, to give services for others, to make money which is spent on life essentials like food or bills. 

Some of us don’t even get the time to travel, they can’t save up enough to explore the world or to use their hard earnt money on something more than just food and bills – like a routine of life. 

I wish life was easier than what is it. I wish there was more to life than working. I wish the world didn’t revolve around money. I wish we didn’t need money to travel. I wish we could all enjoy life equally and experience everything without having to waste our precious time slaving away for financial aid. How depressing.  


Facebook: in less than 100 words

Who doesn’t have a Facebook in the year 2016? It has gotten so bad, to which parents have even started creating Facebook pages for their babies. In recent years, posting videos on Facebook to make them “viral” is something that is not particularly uncommon anymore. So, what exactly happened to the true meaning of having a Facebook page? What happened to having a Facebook full of people you actually know and care about? Is Facebook just a fading trend in society, or is it something that is going to be around for the long-run? 

Money: in less than 100 words

Money. Both rewarding and controlling. Some people dedicate their lives to reaching a bank account with 7 digits or more, while others just wish to have enough money to last the week. Does money create ultimate happiness? The logical answer could be, yes, but if you’re working every day of the week and working overtime.. will this leave you with anything other than a happy bank account?.. When do you find yourself having time for anything else, let alone.. anyone else? Is this what some would call a genuinely happy life?



Food 2016: in less than 100 Words

Taking photographs of ‘food’ appears to be more important to this generation than taking photos of things that actually matter. Well, who is the main culprit here? Instagram? Facebook? Yourself? Who would agree with me, if I were to say that we should be taking more photos with the people whom we love, other than the food in which we consume. We should be cherishing the memories we create with our loved ones, not taking photos of the food we were eating while we were with them.