In life we set goals for ourselves, both small and large. Achieving these goals takes discipline, self-control, perseverance, flexibility, and perhaps the most important: resilience.
If you could have a life alarm to notify you when you were doing something, what would it be?
Think you can’t make a difference in the grand scheme of things? Are you seized with perfection paralysis? Shake it off, BuDhaGirl! Every difference made starts small in one’s heart, head and hands.
How to buck the trends and create a wardrobe you'll love season after season.
No matter how old we are, there’s one thing we consider at every age… what will we choose to do with our finite amount of time on this earth? At every age, our answers evolve, but they always reflect what we deem important in life at that moment. As we grow older, our answers are distilled down and become the essence of our purpose.
Many of us are concerned with being efficient. In an effort to save time, we tend to choose what is useful to us. When something is useful, it often helps us get where we want to go - faster. But is the “useful” option always the best option?
In 10 years, in 50 years, in 100 years, what will clothing and accessories look like? What will it be made of? How will people shop for it? And perhaps most importantly... what will be the catalyst of change?
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?”
“All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree.” – Albert Einstein
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?
Faith is a powerful force, it might just be the most powerful force we know because it does one thing: it encourages choice and choice instigates change.
Is how you see greatness in yourself directly related to how you view greatness in others?
A few summers ago, I was walking in London’s Hyde Park with my husband and two children when I observed the most extraordinary thing…
Imagine this: you’re walking down the street alone and you see a piece of trash. The trash isn’t yours and there’s no trash can around, but do you pick it up?
Steve Jobs once said, “Things don’t have to change the world to be important.” If that is so, what is the threshold of importance in our society?
Aging isn’t about deterioration. It’s a wonderful, yet challenging process of becoming… becoming real.
Nobody wants to be talked about behind their back, but we mustn’t forget that we are the ones that control the narrative.
When was the last time you sat down, pen to paper, and wrote a thank you note? Not a thank you note for a gift, but for something intangible - a note that expresses gratitude for the way in which someone has enhanced your life for the better?
I like to say that most people don’t care so much about data, they would rather hear a story. A story sparks their interest, warms their heart and keeps them engaged.