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Arya Stark, Game of Thrones, Motivation, Winter is coming

As my exams are approaching I was finding ways to motivate myself.

Usually in these times you lack the motivation to sit down and study. It’s  very easy to just either go berserk worring or remains so chilled out that you don’t get anything done.

Anyways since Game of Thrones season 6 episode 1 recently just released I came up with this new method of motivation!

I call it the Arya Stark method of motivation. So how does it work?

Remember the people who ever told you that you aren’t good enough or made you feel like you’re not worth it.
Say their names over and over! Write them down if you like! But remember them! Every single time when you feel like you can’t do it, remember your list!

You don’t have to kill the people you have in your list like Arya Stark does but I can assure you that you will kill your laziness and get shit done!



Arya Stark method of motivation!




Fishbowl in my head

He is a tired soul,
He doesn’t waste a minute!
He pushes his boundaries,
He achieves things she doesn’t!

She wants to know him more,
He is the only one who feels so close.
He talks but always in a hurry,
‘I’m not good enough!’, she worries…

He hides behind a mask of diplomacy,
Always the nice guy,
Never being personal or rude!
She begs him, ‘At least be frank with me dude!’

Hiding what he truly feels,
He expresses himself in the field.
Breaking his geek image,
He plays his heart out on the stage…

Is it her success, status or her clinging,
Making him never go away,
But never really stay.
Is it a need for a boy’s company,
She is still unsure of this feeling…

Maybe he fears the same.
Uncertain of future successes,
Refusing to recognise feelings,
He’s afraid of breaking his dreams…

Maybe she fears…

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Fly Away

Inspirational post! PS do read 🙂

Fishbowl in my head

I fly a lot as my dad keeps getting posted from one place to another and so every holiday we travel to meet him.

Generally I either read a book or browse through the music in my phone while waiting for the plane to land.

My flight was a connecting one and the first flight was for a small duration of 20 minutes. So, I decided to look out of the window for a change….

My 1 month of yearly holidays was over and I was anticipating a really hectic and jam packed year ahead.
I wondered how I would deal with it…

The place where my dad was posted, had a very humid climate and it rained almost everyday. Thus as the plane took off and gained some height, I looked outside the window and could see green fields and yellow water everywhere with a handful of houses scattered…

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Is the hijab a feminist statement?


I don’t know about you all, but I’m getting rather bored of the I-love-my-hijab sentiments now. It means, unfortunately, you have to put up with my lengthy rants.

The Guardian (who else) recently posted a video in which Hanna Yusuf asks, in a tone usually reserved for naughty schoolchildren, “why a simple piece of clothing is seen as the very epitome of oppression.”

She goes on to say that “many women find empowerment in rejecting the idea that women can be reduced to their sexual allure – and we should not assume that every women who wears the hijab has been forced into it.”

I was not aware there was so much outrage against the hijab. In this country, where the (visible) Muslim population has grown, the headscarf is not really that controversial, as opposed to the full face veil – niqab – which is seen even by many Muslims…

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Just don’t do it

language: a feminist guide

This week everyone’s been talking about an article in the Economist explaining how men’s use of language undermines their authority. According to the author, a senior manager at Microsoft, men have a bad habit of punctuating everything they say with sentence adverbs like ‘actually’, ‘obviously’, ‘seriously’ and ‘frankly’. This verbal tic makes them sound like pompous bullshitters, so that people switch off and stop listening to what they’re saying. If they want to be successful, this is something men need to address.

OK, people haven’t been talking about that article—mainly because I made it up. No one writes articles telling men how they’re damaging their career prospects by using the wrong words. With women, on the other hand, it’s a regular occurrence. This post was inspired by a case in point: a piece published last month in Business Insider, in which a former Google executive named Ellen Petry Leanse…

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