Of #FibroFighting & Life Notes


What’s up guys,

I’m back here at #ArtisanHQ enjoying the nice cool, rainy afternoon in PJ with a Piccolo kindly sponsored by
my sister today. 🙂

So, What’s crack-a-lacking?

I’ve been spending quite a bit of time in quiet with coffee trying to build a Personal Information System that will help keep my mind free of clutter by setting up SOPs to sort out all the data that i get and process it into useable information, from my financial data to my academic notes, to my room without wasting the precious little brain power i have ;). But seriously, i’m just trying to set up a simple-minimal-miantenance system that will help keep me productive, organized & clutter free even when i have #BadDays, inspired but what little i’ve read from David Allen’s Getting Things Done. Aside that, i’ve found my new favourite bar, D&D in TTDI, which i will actually become a regular at, nothing as frequent as what i have going with #ArtisanHQ, and i guess also #FlatWhiteMy to some extent.

So, on to more serious things. I guess i’ve been a little confused with regards to my writing for a while. What exactly is my message? What am i doing here?

What is my focus here?

And I’ve figured it out at last, i think.

From today on, my two primary focuses here will be my #FibroFighting series and of course my Notes (thoughts) on Life series. There will be possibly many
instances when both will be related to a single post.

This blog is mainly about Arkay, just a random #Malaysian #GenY 23 year old
Student who is a #FibroFighter and loves Writing, Coffee, Arsenal & Apple. That’s how i would most commonly describe myself, but the most significant one in my life now is without a shadow of a doubt, #fibrofighter.

The quote in the picture above is something that i relate to very heavily, not word for word but the gist of it.

Fibromyalgia has been huge part of my recent life and still is. It’s helped me grow into who i am and what i have become.

Fibromyalgia has been part of my worst days and has taught me how to fight for my best days. For better and for worse, i’m stuck with this guy for a while, a long while.

Fibromyalgia is one of the
headliners in my life, it’s made me tougher, it’s matured me, it’s taught me the power of inner strength and to not give a **** what other people say about my progress and what i’m doing with my life.

I’ll leave the judgement of my life to God, till then i’ll Keep Moving Forward.

See you guys soon,

In my next post about #fibrofighting, i’m going to talk about the general lessons that i have learnt from it.

Keep Moving Forward

Roshan Kanesan


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