(click to see) It’s that time of the year when holiday music and fairy lights and pops of red and green and gold take you to another realm, even if for a few seconds. It’s that time of the year when we give, and the shopaholic in me has already stored plenty to give (I’m… Continue reading Friday Freebie #2
“People can be however they want to be, we can choose to be however we choose to be.” I’m starting to think everything comes down to 3 things in life: choices, mindset & emotional intelligence. Not everyone will love us or make us the center of their universe, and we should be ok with it.… Continue reading You can’t treat me like that!
We’re on the brink of a future beyond what we can fathom — a future with driverless cars, designer babies, intelligent robots, and digital doppelgangers. Who will you choose to be in that future? How will it change you? Here are four fascinating questions to get you thinking. See what you would choose — and… Continue reading 4 thought-provoking questions to spark conversation
Do you have standards or do you have expectations when it comes to yourself? You are enough isn’t just a motivational quote or a hot hashtag that will hopefully bring you more followers. It’s a way of life. It’s about knowing yourself with your pretty parts and flaws and accepting yourself just the way you… Continue reading Self love isn’t cliche
“3 children! You are so brave” & “Take care of yourself”. I heard this a gazillion times from people who don’t know me and have no clue what it’s like to have 3 children, or just one, for that matter. From people who are workaholic and neglect themselves and their own families, if they have… Continue reading Are you a super mom?
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“We all feel a compelling need to watch stories, to tell stories … to discuss the things that tell each one of us that we are not alone in the world,” says TV titan Shonda Rhimes. A dominant force in television since “Grey’s Anatomy” hit the airwaves, Rhimes discusses the future of media networks, how… Continue reading Shonda Rhimes & Cindi Stivers: The future of storytelling