A Road Map to the Relationship You Don’t Think Exists

Photo by nghia nguyen on Unsplash No one starts out with dating thinking I would really like a mediocre love. I’ve literally never heard anyone articulate that their dream is just to settle for someone and then stick by their side whether they like it or not forever and ever amen. That’s just not how it works. Most of us hope for an epic love. The … Continue reading A Road Map to the Relationship You Don’t Think Exists

Don’t ever think you are doomed for life.

Congratulations Nina Amirah for acing the panel interviews and being awarded : Aspiring Gen Scholarship 2019 For demonstrating Respect, Resilience and Excellence particularly Resilience. You have matured wisely beyond your age having gone through your parents divorce, your mum being diagnosed with a chronic illness and losing her job, being strapped for money at a time when you needed it most, being under financial assistance … Continue reading Don’t ever think you are doomed for life.

Goodbye 2018. Hello 2019!

As I reflect back on 2018, as a working mother of three striving to find that perfect balance in life, I realize there’s no such thing as a perfect balance. Things will get topsy turvy, things will make you break out of sanity, things will go haywire. I’ve had my dose of panic attacks and anxiety when things go wrong. I’ve learnt to let go … Continue reading Goodbye 2018. Hello 2019!

10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Incredibly Happy

It’s easy to think of happiness as a result, but happiness is also a driver. One example: While I’m definitely into finding ways to improve personal productivity (whether a one-day burst, or a lifetime, or things you should not do every day), probably the best way to be more productive is to just be happier. Happy people accomplish more. Easier said than done though, right? … Continue reading 10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Incredibly Happy

The Space Between Mindfulness and Self-Confidence

Lose the self-loathing. Act, feel, and think like a boss instead. When my son was in the first grade, his teacher pulled me aside one afternoon while volunteering. “Linda, I don’t get it. John has everything in life—he’s smart, handsome, athletic and tall, but he lacks self-confidence. He trembles when it’s his turn to stand up in front of the class and recite the morning … Continue reading The Space Between Mindfulness and Self-Confidence