Self-awareness: The path to uncovering oneself

In the era of self-help and the endless search for self-actualization, self-awareness might be the most common sound bite. But its popularity also stops there because in actuality- self-awareness is a difficult path and a continuous journey. That is in so far what I learned in the three decades, almost 4 in this life. TheContinue reading “Self-awareness: The path to uncovering oneself”

Our lives changed by the pandemic

I am quickly writing this while assisting my eldest daughter Kyrzten and planning my day for work at home. She’s listening to Teacher Rose, her Civics teacher. They are talking about maps and its different kinds. Gone are the days where I drop off the kids to school in the morning and pick them upContinue reading “Our lives changed by the pandemic”

Waiting for the “Holy Grail” of a Perfect Purpose

This title phrase I heard from one of Marie Forleo’s interview. Marie Forleo is one of the most interesting people on the internet so far and her interviews on YouTube have been one of my greatest resources for inspiration and everything that feels good. The interview was in 2016 and it was her 1st interviewContinue reading “Waiting for the “Holy Grail” of a Perfect Purpose”

Why Hard Workers Have So Much Trouble Relaxing — Thought Catalog

You find it so hard to relax because you’ve convinced yourself work matters more than your mental health. Your success is external and your peace of mind is internal, so it’s easier to judge whether you’ve been doing a good job at work than it is to judge whether you’ve been taking good care of… WhyContinue reading “Why Hard Workers Have So Much Trouble Relaxing — Thought Catalog”

Why MBA or a Master’s Degree is not a waste of time

Someone told me an MBA degree or a Master’s degree is useless. Well, I can’t say he is wrong because like any pursuits in life- something is worthless if we don’t apply it in everyday living. My decision to pursue a Master’s degree stemmed at one point in my career when planning, making rational andContinue reading “Why MBA or a Master’s Degree is not a waste of time”

Women are expected to be everything

Just last night, a breakdown happened. It was something that has not happened in a long time for me. It’s not that I have developed a knack for keeping my mess together but being able to set them aside temporarily. I am the typical mother of the millennia- juggling work, motherhood, wife duties and allContinue reading “Women are expected to be everything”

Productivity Lie We are Sold To

I recently read a book, “The One Thing” and I just couldn’t believe how one book can change parts of ones self. One item in the book resonates in me and not just because I was immersed in the workforce right after graduation but because I entered a world of corporate slavery where one isContinue reading “Productivity Lie We are Sold To”

Understanding Functions

I am writing this while class is ongoing. I know it’s not good, I don’t believe in multi-tasking. It is not effective but surprisingly has become addicting. So I am writing this piece with a whole lot discussion going on, an idea when it arrives sometimes I find it compelling. Discussed in class topics likeContinue reading “Understanding Functions”

Fish named bronze

Taking the time digesting what I am just reading, I noticed our office fish-bronze being too active or seems excited. He swims faster than normal days and have roamed around his bowl more than his usual rounds. Could he be reacting to the songs of Francisco Tarrega on my Spotify? Can fishes hear music andContinue reading “Fish named bronze”

There is nothing wrong with me, or you, or them

My assertive character is sometimes misunderstood. When I start asking questions on how things are done and why they are done in such manners, some find that intimidating. And I find myself explaining that when I ask questions, it only means I wanted to understand. I wanted to understand why mistakes at work happen soContinue reading “There is nothing wrong with me, or you, or them”

Great Minds and World History

Over breakfast table I was in the middle of a discussion between powerful minds I have so far met, I can’t help but compare the difference between people who talks and the people who walks those talks. I have often wonder in my early years of adolescence what powerful men talk about over food. LetContinue reading “Great Minds and World History”

Dr. Eric Perry

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