5 Relaxation Techniques that Annihilate Stress Fast

5 Relaxation Techniques that Annihilate Stress Fast

Stress is a regular part of life, and it serves a useful purpose. But if you don’t get a handle on your stress, it can seriously interfere with your job,  money, family life, and health in the long-term.

On the other hand, stress has many fine attributes. It reminds us that we need to pay attention to other important aspects of our lives. There are various health benefits with a little bit of stress. Researchers believe that some stress can help to fortify the immune system. It can also bring unexpected benefits in the form of personal growth. Continue reading “5 Relaxation Techniques that Annihilate Stress Fast”

Finally I Discovered How to Read a Book in a Week

How to read a book a week without speed reading

Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.  -Charles W. Elio-

You love reading but how can you read more books without speed reading? How do the most successful leaders manage to ready 4 to 6 books in a month?

Warren Buffett

 

The Berkshire Hathaway magnate reportedly spends five to six hours a day reading five different newspapers.

Bill Gates

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What Do You Think Freedom is?

What do you think freedom is?

“I know but one freedom and that is the freedom of the mind.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1900 – 1944), French Writer and Author of ‘The Little Prince’

We speak of freedom, believe in freedom, rejoice in the notion of freedom, dream about freedom, lecture, promote, and hope for freedom, but what do you think freedom is?

I feel there is an excellent value in recognising different perspectives about freedom. Continue reading “What Do You Think Freedom is?”

Is Caregiving and work from home blissful?

Is caregiving and work from work blissful?

What is it like to be there for someone you love who has MS? Finding out that anyone has been diagnosed with a chronic medical condition can be incredibly daunting, and multiple sclerosis is no exception.

My middle son, David, has always been a joyful, kind, fun guy in the family. When he was diagnosed MS six years ago, neither of us understood the impact it was going to have in our lives. Continue reading “Is Caregiving and work from home blissful?”