There are times in life where we have to stop and almost disappear from the chaos of the world. Where we need to pause and take a step back, in order to rediscover ourselves. This world can dazzle us, confuse us and make us lose sight of ourselves in the never ending race of work,… Read More Fit for Joy: A Universal Memoir
Millennial’s are in a unique place to enact change in our world — they have the tools, the information, and the sheer numbers to make a difference. This huge group includes anyone born between 1981 and 1996. They share some distinct experiences. Almost all millennial’s can clearly remember the 9/11 terrorist attacks and were alive to… Read More 7 Ways Millennials Have The Power To Break The Stigma
With each new year comes new resolutions – a list of wishes that we declare to achieve. With the completion of the previous year, and the anticipation of the new year, the motivation and optimism is high. But here’s the catch: days go by, and the mundaneness of life returns, the novelty of the new… Read More New Year Resolutions?
Procrastination is when we choose short term comfort over short term discomfort, that would lead to long term comfort. Does that even make sense? Let me elaborate! Most of us have a clear vision of what our end goal is. However we are also aware that we need to take practical steps towards it. Steps… Read More The Joy of Procrastination
Books are a form of distraction, and a proactive habit that can alter your way of thinking, by exposing you to journeys, stories and advice. Below I have recommended books (in no particular order) which are best sellers, have been reviewed and raved about, and which successfully touch on a subject which is as delicate,… Read More Top 5 Books I Recommend On Depression