Violence, intolerance, racism, discrimination seems to be part of a never ending story. More and more people need to flee their homes and/or their countries, in the hope to find safety and peace elsewhere in our world. When even world leaders appear to have forgotten our Universal Human Rights, I believe it’s time (again) and very important to remind us all of our Universal Human Rights…[READ MORE]
The most viewed post this year on my virtual home is about the dark side of life and our connection to it. In case you missed it….
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Always grateful for the visits @ my virtual home, the likes, the comments and the new followers. Connection is so important. Even the connection to the dark side of life. I’ve written that article even before the pandemic developed, which I think we can agree on is part of the dark side of life
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Kally of MiddleMe invited me to write another guest post and this time she would like me to address the topic ‘How to handle grief in the workplace, when your colleague passed away‘. Honestly, I cringed a bit, an automatic response to the word grief. However, I also immediately knew I would agree to do it. Since grief might not be an easy topic to talk (or write) about, however, it is part of life. Denying life is finite, is not a healthy habit.
Procrastination. I think we all are guilty of it sometimes. Maybe, reading this, you are even disconnected, stuck, right now and not sure what next step to take. Let’s examine this week what might be holding you back, Connecting to Life, to Others, to Yourself. [READ MORE]
What’s right for me may not be right for you!
You are and will remain responsible for your own health, your own well-being, your own environment.
When in doubt about your physical and / or mental health, about your life, about specific food choices… A doctor, specialist, dietitian, nutritionist, therapist, or other caregiver may remove your doubts.