We are swayed by the news, whether positive or negative, the photographs and captions tug at our heart-strings. Either making us smile, or cry, or remain in some sort of shock – the reaction seems to impacts us down to our core.
Or so we believe…
Because I always do wonder – how different people around different parts of the world really process or handle news that are transmitted to the masses through social media or in print. For example: Those near the North Pole, or deep in the Amazon, or the Himalayan mountainous regions, or somewhere pretty isolated from all things metropolitan – I would love to know how is it they feel about world news.
On that note – I decided to share some interesting topics for you to react however way you see fit.
The topic of what not to say in a job interview is one most of us in the work-force understand all too well. Or maybe not. But this article is one I thought I’d share just in case you are plucked out of a million applicants for a virtual or in-person interview for that perfect job.
I have contemplated moving from the city to the suburbs and I don’t mean a suburb close enough to ‘the city’, where I can drive for ten minutes and I’m back to the grind. I am talking about rural suburbia (if there is such an expression). Well, here’s an article I stumbled upon in helping me if rural is the means to my inner peacefulness.
Here’s a glimpse into a not-so-minimalist but pleasantly light and airy feeling home I hope would someday be an Airbnb alternative.
Can you buy your children too many toys? I ask after seeing a parent buying toys for her three children in Target, two days after the holiday break. Meanwhile mumbling under breath her disappointment with herself for doing just that. So why do we do it?
As I mentioned a couple of weeks back, I am currently participating in life coaching program offered through my workplace. This weeks topic was about what happiness meant to me and how could I get to a point where I can actually achieve through happiness. Got me thinking of course and the need to share.
I’d love to hear your definition of happiness.