I think I am the type of person for whom it is difficult to write a series. Usually, I write
In one way or another, I often end up often next to CEOs, business heads or business owners to talk
This is one summer I will hold dear in my memory. A summer that had some of the best moments
Sometimes I wonder where time goes. I wake up and see myself with 2 weeks to go back to London
I have struggled for a few weeks. I know I am having post Covid-19 anxiety, though it is funny to call post to something that is so present.
It is time for an honest mark to market on 2020. A moment to look back and analyse what we have achieved vs. our plans. Take time for reflection.
I spoke a fair amount about Impostor Syndrome recently, so I thought I would bring it to the blog. I will share it as an experience and a few learnings.
As we see the end approaching the judgement starts. Is it too fast? Or too slow? Are people too careful?
Today is a special day. One which I celebrate love and union. Promises of the future and shared dreams. 9
It is easy to talk about what is going wrong, easy to focus on the negativity of the word lock-down,
I became a fan of journaling. It has now been 3 years and I am only adding to it. Even though I started bullet journal style, I guess in a way I created my own personal style.
My end of the month ritual is the moment in time where I allocate more than a 10 minutes to my bullet journal and, with it, I reflect, and I plan.
Difficult situations often have a silver-lining. This shelter is no change to that. It can show the worse and the
The schools are back, and with it home-schooling. As Round 2 starts, the language of rounds inevitably makes you think of Fight Club. Can it be different?
It has been 38 days since my lockdown started. I know I want to make this experience count. So I started my lock-down bucket list.