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[caption id="" align="alignright" width="364"] Source: https://www.prana.com.au/[/caption] Do what you love or love what you do? This may sound like the same thing to many people, but for me, the two are quite different. As a millennial, for years I have been bombarded with messages like 'find your true calling','figure out the one thing you are really passionate about and do that', 'do what you love and you don't have to work a day in your
I recently saw this #LetGo & Find Your Sanctuary ad and I am embarrassed to admit how much it resonated with me (I may have cried a little watching it). It is just an ad, and ads are aimed at getting us to buy a particular brand of a shower gel. Nevertheless, the pragmatic intention of the video does not take away the gravity of the message. And the message is that millions of women feel
Strong relationships often come up as an important factor in the research into wellbeing and happiness. Having people around you who you have a meaningful and trusting connection with contributes to our sense of belonging, reduces stress and cultivates positive emotions. Equally, the ability to build good relationships at work plays an important part in our professional success. I've been reflecting on what is the secret sauce to strengthening relationships. One of the people who
My fiance is a great example of an optimist. He always feels optimistic about going to a random Melbourne restaurant without checking its rating and reviews (shocking, I know!).All the while I am secretly trying to look it up on Zomato and search for a plan B just in case it is rated below 3,5.  If you are not from Melbourne, let me offer you some context. Melbourne is a renowned food capital of Australia, the
Resilience is often named as one of the core skills required to become successful and lead an emotionally balanced life. Although reverting to alcohol and chocolate incorporating daily yoga and meditation into my life has helped me get perspective on life and thus become a calmer (and more resilient) person, I think you can always improve your resilience skills. Besides, I used to be a super anxious person (the type that would choose to eat a questionable quality
One grey autumn day in Ukraine I was anticipating Friday, the 13th. I was 7 and took the ominous day seriously. Somehow I knew that when the 13th falls on a Friday bad things happen. That day I went to school unsure of what to expect. I got my first and only ever F. As the day unfolded I fell in a puddle and got scolded for being clumsy. I was sure the date was cursed. I