Once again, I bring you some inspiring excerpts from my blog reads for this week. I love to read blogs as much as I love to keep my own. Sharing and picking up on new ideas and engaging in discussion makes the blogging world go round. Read. Share. Participate. Enjoy.Continue reading “Your Stories II”
Though not easy, physical health is a lot more approachable to identify issues and make improvements. Mental health can be much more complex and is often ignored but it is so important. Like when we make a diet or exercise commitment to just feel healthy, taking action towards mental health does not mean something must be very wrong. One does not have to be “depressed” or “crazy”. They are efforts to improve and maintain a system that we greatly depend on to get us through every day – tactics for making life easier and better. Just like you would keep feeding anything to your hurting stomach. If your mind isn’t feeling at its best, stop and give it some peace and rehab time.Continue reading “Taking Back Mental Health”
I love to read blogs as much as I love to keep this one. Sharing and picking up on new ideas and engaging in discussion makes the blogging world go round. Taking inspiration from my first blog, I decided to do routine posts again sharing some powerful words from fellow bloggers that inspired me this week and keep me going back for more. Check out the excerpts below and make sure to click on the links to see the author’s full blog post and explore more of their work.Continue reading “Your Stories I”
I feel broken and that feeling just isn’t going away easily. I was tough on myself, gave myself a break, took things one step at a time, and tried many other ways to feel better. Yes, I get through the day (not without difficulty) but this is not the way to progress, get the things I want in life, or create happiness in the long-term.Continue reading “Navigating Rock Bottom”
Let’s spend less time weaving tales of Santa riding in on his sleigh with presents and be the Santa people around us need:
Show kindness and generosity
Appreciate the good in others
Spread joy everywhere!
Best wishes for the holidays from
The Momentum Project!
Frozen II had a lot to live up to with the first movie revolutionizing the Disney brand and the perception of its heroines. I did not expect it to deliver on such novelty again but to certainly ride on the popularity of the original, reiterate the concepts, and showing the characters evolve into a new phase. Overall, I thought that the movie was a good cinematic experience visually, some songs were perhaps a bit forgetable, and the emotion came up a bit short.Continue reading “Season of Ice and Snow”
To begin with the good news, I finally started reading a book! And I did my reading while doing exercise! It was a super half hour for me today as I have been trying to build both activities into my regular habits for a long while. The book that stood out as the one to get me going is called How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass by Christopher Dicarlo.Continue reading “5 Big Qs to Ask Yourself and Others”
Yes that is all it takes to make a delicious healthy snack for yourself. The hardest part of this recipe is making sure that you have very ripe bananas in the house. Writing this made me crave one so I had to take a break between these sentences to go get myself another cookie. Totally worth it!Continue reading “3 Ingredients, An Oven, and 10 Minutes”
Dealing with people lately has been one frustrating ordeal after another for the last few weeks. On the personal side, fighting around me is making me sad and inflexibility from others is pushing me to the edge of my easygoing nature. Professionally, people have just not lived up to the essence of that word; the idea of paperwork has just became a joke and that was just not acceptable from my side.Continue reading “No Man No”
Momentum…The reason I love this word and used it in the title is that this is what makes us. The momentum built of what we do everyday regularly in our lives. It is our habits and lifestyle choices that determine what becomes of us more than anything else. I have been trying bit by bit to make it better. To recognize myself as a person geared for strength and success.Continue reading “How to Live a Day”
Flavourful. Reasonably healthy. Quick and easy to make. Mutter paneer is a traditional and much loved, vegetarian Indian recipe. You have likely come across it before. Well, here is my homemade attempt to make it without any cream or butter or precise recipe.Continue reading “Mutter Paneer”
For the past week, trying to become an entrepreneur with an actual business has been an emotional rollercoaster for me. One minute, I feel ready to market and deliver everything; the next minute, I think I cannot do this so should just look for my next desk job.
Yes, entrepreneurship is a risky, challenging, and overwhelming feat to take on. But if you really want it, you will accept all that and keep going. Sometimes, I really question whether I accept that or not. But I know the alternative of working the desk job all my life is not what I want. Is that a good enough reason? I won’t give up on this dream and I know I will really regret later in life if I look back and think I gave up opportunities and effort.Continue reading “Lessons for Entrepreneurs I”