Did you know that an average person has about 6,200 thoughts per day, EVERY DAY? That is based on the most recent technology which can track the beginning and ending of each thought.
For most of us, the arrival of a new year means setting up resolutions, taking on new challenges, or creating a theme for the year ahead. Maybe we simply want to get back to some normalcy for this particular year, but improvement is what we would generally like to see as we switch to a new calendar.
December always comes in as a mixed blessing – on one hand, we are glad that things are winding down and are looking forward to some down time with our loved ones. On the other hand, all the holiday-related obligations add to our stress.
You must think that I am being sarcastic with my title, I am not. Here are a few things in my list and I am excited about what is in it
These days, we are all about “upgrading ourselves”. Regardless of our occupation and where we are in our career path, we have been told that we need to acquire many more skills to stay ahead of the game. Educational institutions offer many certificate courses on “skills in high demand” – new computer program, big data, project management, etc. We cannot help but ask ourselves – what key skills do we really need have to thrive in the future?
If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there Lewis Carol We have been living with this pandemic for over 6 months now. The situation is slowly improving. Over the summer we are able to engage in many outdoor activities. Stores are slowly re-opening their doors and some of us […]
When was the last time you feel inspired? We are all very busy people – work during the weekdays, groceries and house chores on the weekend. Our schedule is often so packed with various commitments, all we could do is keep doing, keep checking things off our list before it gets too long. We often […]
Do you feel that you are tiptoeing around almost everything these days? I do.
Even though we are only half-way through the year, many of us would agree that 2020 is a year of trauma. The coronavirus virus has shaken and damaged the world as we know it. While some parts of the world gradually “re-open”, we are still trying to re-adjust and adapt to a new yet unsteady way of being.
During this time of uncertainty,
Sometimes we will feel that time has frozen, and then quickly realize so much time has already gone by.