Sometimes, everything hits you all at once. You lose your job, your relationship, a friend, a business opportunity, someone you really love. Or everything seems to be going according to plan; you finally landed that job, you got your dream car, you just got married but you aren’t happy and you can’t understand why.
Is there someone you feel like you can’t live without? Have you uttered statements like “I don’t think I can exist without you”, “I can’t live without you” “if you leave me, I wouldn't know how to exist” and meant it from the bottom of your heart?
Love is amazing. You meet someone, you start talking every day, you start dating and then you make it official. You're happy, you're in love and you can't imagine life without them. Then somehow, everything changes and that person becomes an ex.
Being someone else is boring, tasking, tiring and mind consuming. I have been there and done that and I know now it is no place I ever want to be again.
Worrying or pondering over something we need to get done is customary for almost everyone. Perhaps we worry because we are afraid of the unknown, because it takes us away from our comfort zone, because we're waiting for the right moment, or because we feel incapable.
I know you’ve heard the saying “less is more”, a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe several times but do you agree with it?
Nike debuted a new plus-size mannequin at its flagship store in London last week and this big and bold move has received all sorts of publicity.
Food is essential for living no doubt. Every contestant of Naked and Afraid will tell you how horrible and incapable they felt when they went without food for days. However, how much food is essential for survival?
From the first time I ever created a CV/resume for myself, I added ''travel" as one of my interests and that hasn't changed ever since. I have a very long travel bucket list but these are the top 5 places I would like to visit. 1. Paris 2. Singapore
Have you ever thought about simply living in the moment instead of focusing on a future you haven’t seen? We tend to pay more attention to tomorrow, next week, next month or next year and little attention to today.