THANKSGIVING KICK-OFF: WHEN A STRANGER CALLS

Small gestures make big impacts. If there is one takeaway from the holidays, it is that. We underscore charity, gratitude and a little extra warmth – in our smiles, in correspondence, in our overall behaviors. We all have the same amount of minutes and hours in a day. Perhaps if we use them a bitContinue reading “THANKSGIVING KICK-OFF: WHEN A STRANGER CALLS”

MORNING LOVE: LOSS, PAIN & RESILIENCY

The holidays tend to take on a life of their own. The blessing of togetherness and gratitude. Why am I having dreams about the loss of my relationships then? My day to day feels light but subconscious is like Beetlejuice, ready to resurrect trouble. Complex emotions have deep roots that aren’t easily severed. If weContinue reading “MORNING LOVE: LOSS, PAIN & RESILIENCY”

CASE OF THE MONDAYS: AN ORDINARY WORLD

“If you pursue happiness, you are an ordinary person. If happiness pursues you, you are an extraordinary person. Do not chase happiness; let it chase you.” Peter Deunov Happiness, I believe, is the preliminary stage to contentment. It is the verb to the noun. A first taste to get us motivated to live our livesContinue reading “CASE OF THE MONDAYS: AN ORDINARY WORLD”

I v. WE: FINDING & BUILDING THE ARCHITECTURE OF HAPPINESS

Lately, I have been having these weird dreams about my ex-husband. It happens from time to time, so I thought I would look a bit deeper and talk to you about it. Relationships is that social architecture that continues to be studied, and in some facets, remains a mystery. What makes relationships dynamic is theContinue reading “I v. WE: FINDING & BUILDING THE ARCHITECTURE OF HAPPINESS”