Ms. YIN & Mr. YANG: A Key to Balance

I do not remember when I heard about them for the first time. Yin and Yang. A bit mysterious names from ancient China seemed too distant to anything I’ve ever studied. Only after I first-hand experienced a burn-out and how it feels to run out of energy, I realized it was time to get to know them better. Continue reading

5 Powerful Strategies for Releasing Stress

We are all familiar with varying degrees and kinds of stress. Stress is not good for us. Actually, it is impossible to be stressed and happy at the same time.

Over the time, I’ve learned several simple, yet highly effective techniques for releasing stress. They work individually as well as Continue reading

The Most Important Person to Love: You

I often get asked how I managed to make such a major career change, overcome workaholism or find such an amazing, charismatic and loving husband. And I always conclude, after searching in my memory, that there is really only one thing which did it all. Continue reading

The Art of Saying “No”

Do you say “no” when you mean it? Or do you often end up saying “yes” instead and then feel resentful about doing something you didn’t want to do?

I found saying “no” extremely difficult in the past; as a result I often agreed to do many things both at work and in my personal life which I really didn’t want to do. I could sense in advance what the other person wanted me to say and I didn’t want to disappoint them. Continue reading

Job Search: A Curse or Blessing?

There are words we never want to hear. “You are fired” is one of them. From a  psychological point of view, losing a job is one of the major losses we can encounter. At the same time, it can become a true catalyst in our personal and professional life. Instead of feeling like a curse was sent on us, we can decide to step into our power and receive the blessing of the situation. Continue reading