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.
These days there is only one thing that dominates everyone’s mind – the coronavirus pandemic.
Within a very short period of time we have lost our “normality” as a society. What we have taken for granted in the past is now being taken away.
Dear womankind – How many of you have been described as “difficult”, when you are simply being assertive at work? Phrases similar to the word “difficult” will include “aggressive”, “sounding angry”, or “just a bit too much”.
I have been knitting for over a decade now, but I am a slow knitter and still not very good at it. I often make mistakes. Once I was so caught up with how terrible the finished piece looked to me, I went to my knitting instructor for help.
So here comes the new year as we begin to say our goodbyes to the 2010’s. The optimists with a sense of humor like to say the year 2020 will be a brilliant one for all because we will have the perfect vision for whatever we decide to do this year (i.e. 20/20 vision, get […]
Time flies and we are approaching the end of year. As we reflect upon the past year, take a moment to celebrate our success and learn from our lessons.
Last month I brought up this topic by talking about a professional boxing match, which might prompt some of you to think of physical activities a little bit and even set up some health-related goals.
Those who love to watch martial arts fight matches will probably still remember the shocking outcome of the “Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz Jr.” fight that took place this past June. This piece is written for those who have no idea what I just said.
The Labor Day long weekend is always a bitter sweet one. The last hurrah before the end of “summer holiday” – even for those of us who have left school for many years.