Category Archives: personal development

Repost: Advice That Sticks – The Passenger’s Guidance

At times, when failure is on our doorsteps and we are consistently living in denial, life knocks us down so we can see it from a different perspective. There is a turning point in our lives when we finally say “enough,” because we need to move forward. We cannot just stay in the mess and miss all that life has in store for us. Continue reading

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Buried Treasures are always ready for Rediscovery

Too obsessed you can say but I am one of those who are living a lot more on a routine basis. It is not always a happy day but not terribly boring. It is just enough, for myself, that is. … Continue reading

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Learning Vulnerability the Subtle Way

One thing I learned about vulnerability is that it does not bring an end to your tears, it is not a period and will never be Continue reading

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Woman at Work: Appreciation

Women’s ability to juggle tasks in between tasks and still able to come up with good results Continue reading

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Going Back to my Basics: The Writer is an Introvert

I learned to embrace what I am, my indifference. It is not always easy but that I think that is the beauty of individualism is. Continue reading

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Building a Rubber-like personality

It’s Thursday and it’s the last minute of the day’s work so 5 minute of relaxation isn’t that bad I believe. While finishing my last minute-coffee for the day, I can’t help but to wonder how many rubber bands I … Continue reading

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