wrap things up neatly

WRAP THINGS UP NEATLY

The month of September really seemed to be in a rush. Things moved really fast. To think today is the thirtieth of the month. Things have been rushed but take time to look back and reflect on what you�ve done this month, the good and bad and what you learnt […]

private recipe vegetable salad served on table with beef steak in restaurant

PRIVATE RECIPE

KATE: ��I WISH THERE WAS A COOKBOOK TO LIFE WITH ITS RECIPE TELLING US EXACTLY WHAT TO DO�� THERAPIST: ��IT IS THE RECIPE WE MAKE OURSELVES THAT ARE THE BEST� EXCERPT FROM �NO RESERVATIONS� It will actually be easier to live life if you knew what each day will throw […]

the tiger is out landscape playing grass sport

THE TIGER IS OUT

�Probably the low point was not knowing if I�d ever been able to live pain-free again,� Woods said. �Am I going to be able to sit, stand, walk, lay down without feeling the pain that I was in? I just didn�t want to live that way. This is how the […]

count your blessings person holding red and black beads

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS

So, it’s been one week since the launch of HONEYDROPS BLOG. I remember writing about frustrations and all that. I just realized that it is easier to dish out advice than to take or keep that advice yourself. All the talks on not giving up, staying, positive, pressing on, pushing […]

slow and steady

SLOW AND STEADY

How far must we travel in life before we arrive at our destination? Get there, as in attainment, accomplishments. Do we really need so much speed? What exactly is the rush for? If you get it, then what? How about we take things slow and steady? Success is overrated these […]

colorful male specie of eastern bluebird starting flight new beginning

NEW BEGINNINGS FRESH START

So, this is officially the first post here on HoneyDrops. This marks new beginnings and the start of something new for me. Hopefully, everyone who gets to read this aims to start at something. I have had this idea for over two years, but my mind kept failing to figure […]