I submitted my resignation 3 months before this day. Continue reading
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
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
When is the last time you built a sand castle? Or drew an elephant? Or danced to your favorite song?
Our life is usually so busy that we barely manage to take care of our “serious” commitments. They demand our time and energy and we are often left with no time for ourselves. Being responsible and hard working are certainly important virtues, but it is equally important to have fun and enjoy ourselves. Continue reading
I’ve been in the Czech Republic just for a week and what turmoil! The Czech Prime Minister and the whole government resigned over a scandal. I rarely write about politics, but this time I can’t resist, since the whole case involves 2 topics unusual for a political arena: Happiness and Love. Continue reading
Some people appear in our life just for a brief moment, yet they have a powerful message for us. The last thing I expected after arriving into the hotel in the middle of the Caribbean rain forest was to meet an angel looking lady. She was tall, slim, of a respectful age, with a hat and sunglasses. I barely could see her face; her body posture was elegant and strong.
In a very short moment, while our luggage was being unloaded, she appeared next to me and said: “Breathe and decompress. That’s why you are here.” Then, she was gone. Continue reading
I can’t wait to turn 40 in two weeks. It may sound a bit unusual, but that’s how I feel. I loved being 20, 30 and 35, but being 40 feels now like the most natural thing in the world. Continue reading
Your friends need help and you sacrifice your weekend for them. A co-worker gets sick and you give up your lunch breaks to compensate for their absence. You cook dinner every night and sacrifice your only free time so that your family has a home-cooked meal. Continue reading
Louise Hay says “How we start our day is how we live our day.” And how we live our day is how we live our life. In other words, how we experience our mornings creates our life experiences. Continue reading
There is a type of class which I never expected to take, but we never know our curriculum. Life recently signed me up for the grief class. Continue reading