One year on…

It’s been about a year since I began Han Meets World and made a real commitment to make something out of the blogging world. And what a year it has been! I don’t even know where to begin. I never could have imagined what this year would have looked like. From a place where I had stability and comfort last…

One year ago.

I have been doing a little refurb on my site in celebration of one year of Han Meets World and thought I would ‘memorialise’ my About page in a post – as this will now be on the Home page. Han a year ago got me to Han today, so it felt kind of wrong simply deleting where Han a…

How do you respond to risk? 

So I’ve actually got a bit more of a comprehensive post in place for this week, but I’ve had some major news come up in the last couple of days. And it got me thinking about risk. I said on my Instagram yesterday that I was going to play big this week. Little did I know that within a couple…

3 ways I got back on track

So you’ve heard about how I got writer’s block, life got a little stagnant. That is always my cue to create a bigger game. To come back stronger and larger than life. It used to be snap out of it and keep going. When I was student etc.  Now, the game of dreams is a little different than that: 1.…

Writer’s Block: terrorism, politics and humanity.

Do you ever have that feeling when you have lots to say but aren’t sure how to channel it? Or you go to write and you feel paralysed with fear? I was a mix of both last week. I had a serious case of writer’s block. See, a lot has been happening. Both around me and in my life. The…

Han Meets The Dream

Good morning! First of all I want to apologise for the lack of good time-keeping on the blog (I missed a post last week), my sporadic appearances on Instagram and Twitter and the complete lack of attention to #InspiredBy. We were building something really great and the impact is that it now looks like I don’t care about the project…

Han Meets Quarter Life Crisis!?

This is partly satirical. I always scoffed at the idea of a quarter-life crisis. “Really?! Breaking down and feeling lost in your twenties?!  What a concept!” My eighteen year old self would mock. *Me at 19 (Paris 2012) – hope you enjoy the massive trendy side bang… Then graduation hit and the reality hit. The wider world is nothing like…