A rainbow is not only the perfect intersection of light and water, it’s a metaphor; a metaphor for that moment in which you can finally appreciate the past and what you’ve been through.
No matter how old we are, what we’ve been through or what we’ve learned along the way, at some point or another, we all ask ourselves the big question: “Why am I here?”
Have you ever felt as though you have absolutely no control over a situation? When you’re put in this unavoidable quandary, how do you react? Should you fight it or let it flow?
The members of the BuDhaGirl team tell us the top book that changed their lives. What would you add to the list?
Today marks the final blog in our series on beauty. Dive in for a recap of our eight favorite discoveries.
We're introducing you to the seven books we turn to when we're faced with change or are looking for new ideas to have an impact on our lives. What would you add to the list?
Sometimes living well is about living simply, focusing more on connection and less on the outer appearance.
How does one become financially "wealthy"?
Nothing much has changed in 7000 years with the transactional aspect of money. However how we think of money, how we use it, and how we carry it is a whole other question.
Even if it feels uncomfortable in the moment, hard-hitting conversations about financial planning are imperative for a healthy checkbook and healthy relationships involving money.
What is extraordinary however is that when we come across someone who really knows how to live, many times their life is filled with simplicity.
Finances are intrinsically woven into our daily lives whether we want them to be or not, and having clarity on how they impact our lives and that of others is very relevant to our reality.
In honor of the glitzy evening of style and accomplishment, we're recognizing 10 movies packed with wisdom.
BuDhaGirl Scientific Advisory Board member, Dr. Rosa Rivas, shares her thoughts on the meaning of wisdom wealth.
Today, everyone on the BuDhaGirl team is sharing their words of wisdom for how to best work in an office environment.
What's on your vision board?
What is your definition of resiliency? How do you both achieve and maintain it?
Benjamin Franklin put it best when he said: “Genius is nothing but a greater aptitude for patience.”
Intentions are not things. Intentions are us. We are what we think.
When you're feeling down, uninspired or simply unfocused, few things can turn the situation around other than a hot cup of tea and a wise book.