Reflections

What Women Want

What women want

What women want is a discussion that will never grow old. Why–I remember having a good laugh when that book titled “A Man’s Guide to Understanding Women” by Prof. Teri Li came out. A book with 200 blank pages. Talk about a sense of humor. Truth is, it is not easy to understand what a person wants. We all have aspirations in life. We spend time daydreaming about what the future holds, where we want to be, who we want…

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Mindful Living Personal development Self Love Self-care Wednesday Wisdom

Why you should stop beating yourself up

stop beating yourself up

How easy it is to let a mistake or a wrong decision to impact our lives negatively—long after the event happened! Can you ever stop beating yourself up? These incidences keep us trapped in regrets and stop us from enjoying our present. We end up missing new experiences and opportunities. Staying tied up to a mistake for far longer than necessary can really mess up our lives. It makes no sense to dwell on something for so long that you…

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Book Review Relationships

The Friendship List by @susanmallery #BookReview

The Friendship List by Susan Mallery Book Review

I am delighted to be part of the book tour for The Friendship List by Susan Mallery. Heartfelt thanks to Netgalley for the advance review copy. The Friendship List: A Novel by Susan Mallery On Sale Date: August 4, 2020 Genre: Fiction / Romance / Contemporary Pages: 384 About the book Already a worldwide success in mass market and trade paperback formats, Susan Mallery’s newest hardcover is an emotional, witty, and heartfelt story about two best friends who are determined to…

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Gratitude Mindful Living

Adapting to change and changing to adapt

Adapting to change changing to adapt

Change is good, but adapting to change is also hard. Last week I felt a little more overwhelmed than usual and wrote a post – I may look okay but I am not really okay. I felt a bit better afterwards and decided the best way to get over it is to keep myself busy. Life goes on If there’s one thing I’ve learned, no matter what, it is the fact that life does go on. Even as I tried…

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Social causes

Healthy Kids, Healthy Nation – A look at Nestlé Healthy Kids commitment to care

Nestle Healthy Kids Program 1

Nestlé Healthy Kids Program is focused on Healthy Kids, Healthy Nation! If there’s one thing that makes a brand really attractive, besides its quality products, it is the brand’s sense of social responsibility and commitment to giving back to society. I was thrilled to hear about Nestlé’s Healthy Kids Program that has been active for over a decade now. Did you know? According to the latest research (pdf, 7Mb), 49 million children under the age of 5 are wasted (low weight…

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