Somewhere between primary and secondary school students are losing interest. They go to school to receive an education but does not provide individual development or real learning. We need an education system that excites students.
How powerful would the education system be if we had kids who are excited and inspired in learning and a teacher who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists that they become the best that they can be? Continue reading “We Need an Education System That Excites Students”
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?”
Imagine trying to balance caregiving for two loved ones and career. I am so grateful that nowadays there is flexibility when it comes to working and being there for the family.
I am going to share with you my story, and the lessons I am learning while caring for my loved ones and trying to develop a career. Continue reading “How to Balance Career and Caregiving”
Would you agree that childhood moments have played a significant part in your life experience?
Looking back at my childhood I realised how much childhood and coming to maturity affects the rest of our lives and shapes our future for years.
I went through different emotional stages while growing up Continue reading “Why Embracing The Unknown Leads To Happiness”
What is holding you back? Fear of failure, rejection, disappointing others, lack of money, the unknown, not being good enough, the list goes on. What is your story?
My story started when I was a young girl. In those days, Mexican families adopted the patriarchal family structure. Fathers took charge of families decisions, rarely the mother or children challenged their authority. Women typically portrayed a submissive and dependent role in the marriage relationship as per religious teachings. Continue reading “You Need To Know What Is Holding You Back”