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That One Special Day

No one day creates such a drive to make changes as New Year’s day.  Smoking will cease, sugar and chocolate ditched, gyms and various exercise plans developed as well as other types of changes decided on for this special day.   Invariably for many, in spite of the... read more

Break The Rules Or Break Yourself

I consider myself a rule breaker. Growing up in a strict Indian environment there were many rules laid out for me. It’s expected that as an Indian woman, I should be conservative, quiet and live a life of servitude. I should not draw attention to myself – especially... read more

A Joy Filled Year

The New Year is well underway and it can provide a psychological demarcation between the way we have been living our life and the way we would like to live it This year I am going to continue to work on increasing the amount of joy I experience, with the aim that I... read more
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