So, you have just gone through all of your stuff and decluttered your home. Congratulations on a job well done! But how come it seems that clutter has a way of coming back after we’ve just purged it? And before you know it, you’re decluttering your home again, one closet at a time. How do … More How to Stop Clutter Before It Begins
No, it’s not a kind of body type or shape. Being T-shaped is something that describes a person’s breadth and depth of knowledge and skills. The horizontal stroke shows his range of disciplines, knowledge, and skills, while the vertical stroke shows the depth of knowledge. A T-shaped person has broad skills and experience across several … More Are You A T-Shaped Person?
“Expectations were like fine pottery. The harder you held them, the more likely they were to crack.”- Brandon Sanderson We will almost always have expectations – whether it be about our career, where we are at in life, and even in our relationships. By a certain age, I should be married with kids, I should … More Expectations Lead to Disappointment
So here’s a quick story. I’ve been looking for ways to earn some extra income during my free time, without having to put in too much effort and work. I’ve heard about online surveys and how you can get rewards from it. I did my research, and started answering sponsored online surveys during my free time. Answering a survey can run anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes. By answering surveys, you get points which you can then exchange for various rewards, depending on the online survey company that you sign up with. However, surveys to be answered aren’t always available, since it also depends on your demographic and lifestyle. … More My First Gift Card For Answering Online Surveys
You’ve probably already heard what the concept of minimalism is all about: keeping what’s important and discarding the rest. It’s about letting go of the excesses in our lives and focusing our attention to things that really matter. When we first think of minimalism, we automatically visualise decluttering our clothes, furniture, knick knacks, and other … More Where Can We Apply Minimalism?
I have always been an advocate of work-life balance. I leave the office on time, and when I do, I really leave my work there. I don’t think about business analysis or business agility outside of the office, and I’ve always said that there’s more to life than work. But have I got it all … More Have I Been Doing The Work-Life Balance Thing Wrong?
I always have a stash of dates in our pantry, ready to be either eaten on it’s own, or put into some dessert. Dates are known to be high in fiber and potassium. However, they have high sugar content as well, so it is best to eat them in moderation. Here’s a recipe for a … More Food For The Gods Recipe
For a lot of people having 9 to 5 jobs, we often look forward to going home and relaxing after a hard day at work. (Of course, if you have to take care of kids after work, that’s a whole other job. Kudos to you!) Maybe have some takeaway dinner, binge watch a TV series, … More The Day Isn’t Over After Your 9 To 5
It’s that time of the year when spring is just around the corner. The flowers are starting to bloom, but it’s not quite warm just yet. Thankfully, we don’t need to deal with snow during winter here in Auckland. But I am sooo ready for longer daylight already! Honestly, we’re pretty new at this spring … More Getting Ready For Spring
During those days that you feel down and sad, give this a try: ask yourself “How can I help?” Now, I know that most often than not, we’d rather just hibernate and immerse ourselves in all the negative emotions. That’s okay. I believe that we do need to feel these things before we feel better. … More Helping Someone Can Make You Happy