Gratitude Mindful Living

My blessed life #GratitudeCircle

My blessed life Gratitude Circle

Another lock down month has gone by.  I am enjoying my weirdly normal blessed life. I have nothing to complain about. Unless one counts the not being able to go out as usual. But since we understand the need to be safe, that is perfectly fine now. In fact, I am thinking that even when the lock down is lifted, it is not going to be completely safe any time soon and I am quite happy with having to stay…

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Personal development Mindful Living Wednesday Wisdom

Guilt vs Shame – why you need to know the difference to heal

Guilt vs shame why you need to know the difference to heal

We were talking about guilt vs shame during our evening walk yesterday after some ranting about family conversations and in the course of it, so many things came out—things we would normally not speak about. One thing was clear at the end of it—the realization that we must understand the difference between guilt and shame if we wanted to stay emotionally healthy. It is a fact that everyone will experience guilt and shame countless times throughout their lives. These negative…

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How to leverage the power of compounding the ULIP way

ULIPs and the power of compounding

As we worry about survival during this pandemic, we also worry about our investments taking a hit. I want to share why investing in ULIPs and leveraging the power of compounding is a good idea right now. The economy is a mess and all we can do is be patient and wait for the market to look up. We hope that will happen sooner than we imagine. While discussing this with my investment advisor a couple of days ago, he…

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Parenting health and wellness tips

11 positive approaches to raise healthy eaters

11 approaches to raise healthy eaters

How to raise healthy eaters is one of the hottest topics among parents. During my son’s school days, in my interactions with other parents, their most common complaints was about their children’s eating habits. Of course, everyone wanted to raise healthy kids with eating habits to match. Every parent wants to feed the family foods that are not just nutritious—but foods that the family enjoys and looks forward to meal times. And that’s not really the Holy Grail. I know…

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Relationships Personal development

20 Priceless Mothers Day Gifts for Mom. Cost = 0

20 mothers day gifts you can give mom

I’ve quickly put together 20 delightful Mothers Day gifts your mom will love, and won’t cost you a dime. But you really don’t need a special day to celebrate Mothers Day, right? Moms are special and deserve to be honored every single day. And yet, we don’t always get around to doing that. We love them, but we love to take them for granted. And maybe that is why Mothers Day is here to remind us, nudge us to make…

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