Monthly Review: April 2015

Thinking back over the month of April, I am…

most proud of:

fighting the familiar old fear monster who tries to make me stay in my “comfort zone”.

deeply grateful for:

new opportunities.

choosing to be at peace with:


giving myself credit for:

more than what I do. I rarely give myself credit for anything, I think I often bash myself up over realising that other people are so much better than me, but completely ignoring my own strengths in the process.

delightfully surprised by:

just how quickly I can switch to a positive mood… if I let myself.

Looking ahead to May, I am…

super excited about:


going to experiment with:

painting my nails as often as I can.

fully committed to:

rebellion. Just kidding. I really mean trying new things and pushing myself out of this strange “comfort zone” I never knew I was in. It’s funny what life makes you realise, especially when it begins to force you.

consciously prioritizing:


planning to read:

all the web development-related articles open in my browser that I haven’t read yet. I know I said something similar last month, but these web development articles keep on coming!

obsessed with learning more about:


keeping this quote in mind:

In light of recycling and being environmentally friendly: “Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature.” From, a website that has a campaign with that motto – it shows videos of famous actors as parts of nature, I would really recommend checking it out. :)

Comments on this post

That “giving credit to ” part is something I need to do too…. I hate giving myself any credit and I keep whining about how some one else was better at what I did…

Your April was great it seems! and I hope you have a fun May!

Let’s hope we can both acknowledge and love our own talents this month! I find myself comparing things that I can’t even do, which is also not a good way to think. You’re an intelligent and creative girl, Bhairavee! :)

I wish you all the best for May and hope your trip is absolutely amazing! ♥

You are one of the most talented people I know, with diverse gifts in so many fields. I hope that you can see that and be able to embrace your awesomeness. :D