Small goals can keep you motivated and growing

Are you finding your days blending into one another as we all practice self-isolation during this pandemic? Working at home full time was exciting for the first few hours until the whole family started to work from home and we are all trying to find nooks and crannies in the house that we never usedContinue reading “Small goals can keep you motivated and growing”

Are you satisfied? Where does your satisfaction come from?

Is this all life is – Get up, go to work, come home, go to bed and do it all over again the next day? It can be quite depressing to think that we could be spending a large portion of our adult life doing exactly that. I have been examining and reflecting on thisContinue reading “Are you satisfied? Where does your satisfaction come from?”

Competition -is it all it’s cracked up to be?

There is nothing like good competition to push you even further Peter Economy, Inc. magazine Inc. a leading magazine published an article collating the top quotes from successful business leaders on competition. Do these quotes make your soul sing? Growing up in a country with more than a billion people, put competition in a wholeContinue reading “Competition -is it all it’s cracked up to be?”

Life is like a jigsaw puzzle…one piece at a time

Over the last few years I have picked up a puzzle over the Christmas holidays that graces our main dinner table and gives all of us in the family a chance to put in a few pieces over the break. Sometimes we work on it for a few hours and at other times a fewContinue reading “Life is like a jigsaw puzzle…one piece at a time”

What I learned from watching sunrises and sunsets

I am not sure exactly how I got onto watching the movie “Wild” based on Cheryl Strayed’s book, but it came at a time when I had started my practice of mindfulness and daily meditations. The movie is based on Cheryl’s memoir of her solo hike on the Pacific Crest Trail starting at the MojaveContinue reading “What I learned from watching sunrises and sunsets”