It’s been days and yet I catch myself seeking and searching as I open up my Instagram, it’s the first thing I look for. Wanting more photos and more sentiments, an ache so visceral it invites in waves of nausea. And just when I think I’ve had enough, I can’t […]READ MORE >
“The more you give, the more you get back,” I heard myself saying to my 8-year-old son in the back seat of our Honda CRV. He was whining about having to share a few pieces of his Doritos with me. Yes, I nibble on my children’s food but that’s not the point. We can talk about that part at a later date. My point is that the secret sauce to life is to give generously especially if you are as blessed as most everyday normal people are. Let’s face it: first world problems are real problems but in the light of what the rest of the world is faced with, we, in the western world, complain a tad too much.READ MORE >
How do I do it all? From raising three boys, and working full-time as an occupational therapist and consultant, I still find time to grow as an entreprenuer and travel. How?
I know, and prioritize, my values
Identifying your values is an essential challenge. But scheduling room for and adhering to your values is an even greater challenge. I bet you can easily guess what my top life values are if you’ve been part of my sphere for some time.READ MORE >
Last month, my parents and I took an impromptu trip to London (England). Honestly, I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend time with them one-on-one. I mean, we all know how it goes: life gets busy and family can sometimes take a backburner. As my parents get older, I’m growing more and more paranoid about how little time I have left with them. So without giving it a lick of thought, I instantly committed to a trip abroad.READ MORE >
I, Dimple Mukherjee, am a Valentine’s Day grinch. I’m one of those people who think it’s just another Hallmark holiday that’s overhyped—and frankly, I’m over all that hype. That said, I do believe in love. A lot.READ MORE >
It always catches me by surprise what one year can do—let alone an entire lifetime. Honestly, these sort of soul-shifting transformations are the result of setting intentions and carefully crafting your reality. This rang true for me a million times over this year. For the first time ever, I gave myself full permission to take the next big step in my life so I could fiiiiinally move on.READ MORE >
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