The Game of Catching Up

Moms, we are in constant push and pull when it comes to appointments and commitments. Playing catch up is a normal theme among us. Today, I write this waiting for the daughter to be done with her therapy. She does this on weekends. That is occupational therapy and speech therapy. The past days I’ve beenContinue reading “The Game of Catching Up”

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”

These hormonal changes

Starting a new job and getting pregnant I never thought would be this difficult. Finding out that our 4 year old daughter is now going to be an Achi, my husband could not contain his joy. I, on the other hand is more problematic than elated. I should be feeling the joys of being ableContinue reading “These hormonal changes”

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”

My now guiding rules at work

To be in a corporate world, I need a few rules to survive. Below are my guiding laws to stay happy and engaged despite challenges and fears of the unknown. I hope to keep these in mind. Here are what I need to control to stay on top of everything. Control: 1. Enthusiasm- Speak Less.Continue reading “My now guiding rules at work”

Why my research job is great for me

Research work brings me back to my student days. I used to dread this type of school work. I hated the idea of surfing and gathering data and put them all together. Little did I realize research work will save me from everything. Here’s why:   1. Knowledge is Power- the more I know information, theContinue reading “Why my research job is great for me”

My Bloodtype is C for Coffee

This is for my friend Joanne. We had a very nice conversation and then I left my desk to grab some coffee and brush my teeth in which I sometimes set aside for many stupid reasons. Gross! So, I brushed my teeth and poured some coffee, went back upstairs and to my desk. Greeted againContinue reading “My Bloodtype is C for Coffee”

How To Explain What I do for a Living

Whenever a childhood friend or acquaintances asks me about my job, the one I do at home I always feel at a lost. This is because it is difficult to explain what I do in layman’s term-for people who have no idea what it is. When I say an online job with US Employers, theyContinue reading “How To Explain What I do for a Living”

How I Became a Work-at-Home Mom

Many have asked me how to land a home-based job. A few asked for referrals and links on where to apply. I have not really thought of writing about it but for a mother like me, an online job is a blessing. It is one of the many advantages of the modern technology that manyContinue reading “How I Became a Work-at-Home Mom”

What MBA Means

I often hear professionals getting an MBA to get ahead in the Corporate World. I wondered why? When I was in college, a Master’s degree in whatever is always the talks among teachers so they become deans or get ahead in the Academic World. Right before graduation, I heard my classmates plan their way through toContinue reading “What MBA Means”

My Argument on Workaholism

Perhaps the most common statement I hear from my husband is that I am addicted to work. A day without the question “Are you busy?” seldom happens even when we are both at work. He can still manage to ask that same question even electronically. So why is it that my husband sees me asContinue reading “My Argument on Workaholism”

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Dr. Eric Perry

Psychology to Motivate | Inspire | Uplift

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