In the book The Midnight Library, the main character explores alternative versions of her life, new realities only possible had she made different choices and pursued other paths. Isn’t it an interesting concept? Who would you be if you decided on a different major, partner, hobby, or city? How different would your life be ifContinue reading “Who are you in another life?”
Tag Archives: reflection
How to make sense of personality tests
Have you taken the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)? It is a simple, questionnaire-based personality tool, which uses your responses to sort you into one out of 16 personality types. In theory, you end up with a description of who you are as a person – often to a degree that can almost seem scarily apt.
How I learned to headstand
Sirsasana or headstand is a yoga inversion that is often called the king of all asanas or postures. I do not know why and my best guess is because it looks cool. Many beginners use headstand as a measure of progress, as well as practicing other advanced asanas. I thought the same before attending myContinue reading “How I learned to headstand”
Whose Fault Is It?
No matter what happens, this tends to be the first thing everyone wants to know. Who messed up, who is to blame? Entire societies seem to revolve around it, including election campaigns. Why? What do we get from knowing whose fault something is?
Exploring our 10 favorite feelings: a small adventure in emotional archeology
How are you? Is this even a question? Most times, we answer it without thought – “I am okay.” or “Good, and you?” and move on. It seems that not a lot of thought goes into how we are or how we feel. In reality, it is the opposite. Maybe we are just uncomfortable toContinue reading “Exploring our 10 favorite feelings: a small adventure in emotional archeology”
Markus + Micah Short Q&A: Inspiring Bloggers Tag
Community is one of the best things about blogging. It keeps us going! Big thanks to Nath and Janis for the Inspiring Bloggers tag. We really appreciate you all so much. Thank you for your perspectives, comments, and blog friendship. Below are our our answers to your questions.