No Idea What I’m Doing But F*ck It
where I want to be
but I will keep going.
Following the success of his Instagram account @ronwritings, Ron Lim unleashed his first poetry book, No Idea What I’m Doing But F*ck It. This second edition, published by Thought Catalog Books, is an international re-introduction of Ron’s previously self-published debut in a lovely new package complete with additional poems and an updated author’s note.
In No Idea What I’m Doing But F*ck It, Ron documents the process of his inner and outer journey of self-discovery. This journey involved awakening to the fact that he wanted more out of life, the internal struggle he faced while convincing himself to leave the only home he knew, and eventually departing his comfort zone by buying a one-way plane ticket. This collection of prose explores the obstacles we must face and figure out for ourselves, the discovery of our true purpose, and the realization that many things in life are more straightforward than we imagine them to be, despite how unnecessarily complicated we make them.
Download free PDF of No Idea What I’m Doing But F*ck It, PDF preview courtesy of Thought Catalog Books.
- Dimensions — 5 × 8 in
- Made in —
- Categories — Books, Poetry, Self-Discovery
- Brand — Thought Catalog Books
- Page Count — 176
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Amazing book, I can definitely recommend it to everyone. It’s perfect to read in one go, or just a few pages each day. I noticed myself coming back to it again and again, just for a few pages.
A book with unique concepts. The beauty of this beauty of this book is that it highlights overall about living, learning and things that you can connect with life. It made me think about many things as I was jumping from one chapter to another. It is very inspiring, the cover, design and tittle itself is so intriguing. Would definitely recommend it. Thank you Ron