The Power of Asking for Help

Two helping hands by Youssef Naddam The example you’re about to read below is a trivial one. But, as Sabina Nawaz wrote, “to achieve big goals, start with small habits.” To harness the power of asking for help, start with doing it when coming back from grocery shopping. Imagine. You just came back from grocery … Continue reading The Power of Asking for Help

I Didn’t Make the Bed This Morning

Yeah, no. That’s not my bed. That’s Roberto’s bed This morning began the way I planned. I got up with the alarm, jumped off the bed, woke up my two sons (when school is back on-site, that’s not something you want to miss), and started preparing breakfast. So far, so good, you would say. I … Continue reading I Didn’t Make the Bed This Morning

This Happens to Me Each Time I Read a Self-Improvement Article

Francesca Zama on Pexels “Different people have different opinions,” it usually starts. Damn right! And I can tell you right there mine will be different from yours. “But if I could tell one thing to my younger self,” it continues. First of all, we both know you’re not going to tell your younger self only … Continue reading This Happens to Me Each Time I Read a Self-Improvement Article

From 0 to 150 Steps: Why Staircase Meditation Is Good for You

I would love to meditate there -Jimmy Chan Staircase meditation’s one of the few things I’m thankful for coming out of lockdowns.  I know it sounds strange. During lockdowns, I sit all day in front of my computer, like many out there (or rather, inside there). And have limited prospects at exercising. Who knew a government … Continue reading From 0 to 150 Steps: Why Staircase Meditation Is Good for You

Practical Coping Strategies On How To Deal With The Fact That You’re Not A Hot Orphaned Chess Prodigy

Cottonbro playing her winning coping strategy I wouldn’t want you to think I’m just another wanker writing about something they don’t know after doing an 8-minute search on google. I’m not an orphan, and I’m good at it. I currently have five parents. My biological parents are still alive, and they got divorced; twice. It should be … Continue reading Practical Coping Strategies On How To Deal With The Fact That You’re Not A Hot Orphaned Chess Prodigy

Why Running Is Like Art — as Explained by Quotes From Famous Artists

Image by Gustavo Ferreira They thought they were talking about art but meant running instead. Running is art! You could think it’s a strange thing to say. But when you see athlete runners, you can’t help thinking that their stride is pure art. Such fluidity and easiness, such perfection of movement. If that’s not art, … Continue reading Why Running Is Like Art — as Explained by Quotes From Famous Artists