When this year started, I chose the word Fearless to be my word of the year. I intentionally did not
Sometimes, we need to learn how to receive. Or at least I have to. I haven’t practised this skill much.
I like to believe patience generates patience. In a virtuous circle, we all become more patient. Patience is a virtue, a talent, and an outcome of hard work. And it can be contagious if one even wants to use such word in such day and age.
As I face 2021, I want my year to be fearless. I will face my fears and then kick then in the b*t. That is how I want 2021 to be. #FEARLESS
It is the time of the year to take stock, to look back, to look forward. I am no different.
Sometimes the smallest task is daunting. Starting a new email. Or a new book. Writing a new blog. Preparing a
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.
Christine Raschke shares how her dream of becoming an explorer is now her mission to help people explore themselves, changing one life at a time.
I had a delightful conversation with Martina Cusano. It was like seeing an old friend and finding out that we
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.
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,
Difficult situations often have a silver-lining. This shelter is no change to that. It can show the worse and the
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.
What happens when we try to incorporate too many self-care, self-development or productivity tools that suddenly there is one (or two) too many?