Head empty, need space.

not from you, from myself.

Every time I smile, I feel fake.

Forced to be happy for you, to look okay.

Like everything is how it’s supposed to be.

And we’re wherever we’re supposed to be.

But, we’re not.

I’m here, and you’re there.

And the space between us,

even if we’re right next to each other,

feels like we’re in two different universes.

How did our galaxies drift apart ?

Or, is it just me ?

Scribbled Thoughts

Sometimes, I get these random waves of sadness that linger with me. They hold onto my soul like a two lovers hugging after a long separation.

I never understood why some people fantasize about depression and anxiety. It’s nothing like the movies. There’s nothing grand about it. There’s no dramatic music playing in the background. And certainly, no glorious ending.

It’s just a bunch of going back and forth, regrets from the past, and fear of the future. Emotions yanking you side to side. Wishing you could eject yourself from your body, maybe from your mind, or even from this world once and for all.

But the thoughts won’t let you make up your mind. You won’t get to live peacefully, nor die peacefully. You’ll just continue to be a tornado of ideas and feelings, inside this beautiful picture of a sunny day.

Lessons I’ve learned during quarantine

This has been such weird times. In the beginning of the lockdown, I thought I’d be fine; I’ve been already spending 99% of my time inside. However, thing got tough with all the restrictions and anxiety around going out.


Mental Health

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood, adolescence and through adulthood.1


How to overcome Laziness : 3 simple adjustments to be more productive


The funny thing about this post is I procrastinated writing it for a week.

Maybe that’s not the best intro for a blog post on how to be more productive. But there’s a saying in Morocco that says “Seek advice from the ill (the one experiencing something) and not the doctor”, which basically means : You should listen to me !