Who knows you better than yourself? Nobody. Who are you the most honest with? Yourself. Who keeps all your secrets? You. Then who is your best friend and confidente? Again, you. That’s why you are too important for you to ignore or neglect. Your mental and physical health has utmost significance in terms of the quality level of the life you live. To provide yourself … Continue reading Me, Myself and I
Spirituality is a broad concept with room for many perspectives. In general, it includes a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves, and it typically involves a search for meaning in life. As such, it is a universal human experience—something that touches us all. Religion is a set of texts, practices and beliefs about the transcendent shared by a community, and involves a relationship with God. Spirituality, on … Continue reading Spirituality Rocks!
Money is important in everyone’s lives to a certain point. We all work for money and need it for at least to have a decent life. For food, shelter, clothes. But we want more money because we want to provide a better life for ourselves and our loved ones. We want to go on vacation, pay for our kids’ personal and school-related needs, buy a … Continue reading Money
My classmates from the all-girls high school that I have attended as a teenager, are going to celebrate our 50th birthday next weekend, as almost all of us are turning 50 this year. They are getting together for a sleepover at a nice and cozy little hotel. I would love to be there with them, but I am a little too far from my hometown. … Continue reading People need people
I have been writing these short blog posts since the beginning of December and, even though my husband says every time he reads them, he feels like I am making a point about him or for him – my silly husband babe… In reality, I am reaching out to myself, reminding myself the things that we all know already, but that we need to get … Continue reading Where does my happiness come from?
2018 came and bulldozed our lives one way or the other, according to what I have heard from countless people. How a draining and challenging year it was… Which is in line with what I have experienced too. I believe a few years later when we look back at 2018 and analyze it from a more objective point of view, we will see that it … Continue reading When one door closes…