As I started giving my 5 year old an allowance, we used her first shopping spree as a lesson on financial concepts, financial choices and the value of money
I am committed to intentional living, intentional about my values and what I want my life to be. I am now using goals to live this value-oriented life.
This week, I tried doing “big” personal goals (kindly note the word try before you read any further!). It was the first time I wrote them down intentionally, for as far as I can remember.
I reach the end of 2018 with great satisfaction and I know what made the difference this year – time. It did not fly, I made it go.
This time of year is one for reflection and gratitude. And the more I reflect, the more grateful I am.
I could tell from the first moment I was going to like reading Atomic Habits. It was clear what I was doing right in some of my newly created habits and what I was getting so wrong in others!
The Bullet Journal may be just a notepad, but it has truly made me intentional. It truly facilitates the concept of living my life intentionally. And I am grateful for that.
Last week, I shared a few thoughts of when life and work collide. Little did I know that I would
… reverse and restart. This was an important week at work for me. It is business plan week. Despite market
Mental Health – in 2015, I suffered from depression. To this day, seeking professional help was one of the best decisions I ever made.