Monthly Archives: July 2020

My Journey from Fear to Love

“Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.” – John Lennon January – 2012 I remember sitting in a small dark room waiting for the surgeon to arrive. My son had just had … Continue reading

7 Tricks To Effortlessly Improve Memory Power

Lack of memory or difficulty in remembering information is rarely linked to diseases of the nervous system such as Alzheimer’s, a common problem also in young people and adults. However, it is possible to improve memory power and ability to … Continue reading

Why Practical Skills Matter More Than A College Degree

There are various instances that one might come across where hands-on experience and practical knowledge can exceed bookish information. Likewise, teaching someone to drive or swim within the confines of four walls seems illogical. No doubt one must read through the manual … Continue reading

How to Foster Change in Kids’ Behavior after Quarantine

COVID-19 has impacted lives across the globe. Whether it’s the loss of someone close to you, mental health challenges, or a reduction in your household income, the pandemic one way or another has affected us all. Children are not an … Continue reading

What’s your Enneatype?

Everyone is wired differently. We see the world through a unique set of lenses that have been crafted over time. Things like our genetics, predispositions, families of origin, personalities, experiences, traumas, ages, socioeconomic statuses, ethnicities, and cultures all contribute to … Continue reading

How Fitness Supercharges Your Productivity

You may be tempted to see this article as just another productivity tip; it’s actually more than that. When I applied the knowledge I’ll be sharing in this article; I found myself working more productively and more focused. However, I … Continue reading