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Signs You Are Harming Yourself and Why You Should Stop

Signs You Are Harming Yourself and Why You Should Stop

You may know from my previous posts that I tend to beat myself up – a lot, and have often wished I was something I’m not.  So The Lost Art of Compassion by Lorne Ladner has been a bit of a wake-up call. Especially the chapter on overcoming obstacles to compassion. These obstacles are: Wanting…

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Growing Up And Apart

Growing Up And Apart

You’ll need coffee shops and sunsets and road trips. Airplanes and passports and new songs and old songs, but people more than anything else. You will need other people and you will need to be that other person to someone else, a living breathing screaming invitation to believe better things. Jamie Tworkowski I don’t know…

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Becoming Happier With Personal Commandments

Becoming Happier With Personal Commandments

Happiness is a topic near and dear to my heart and the Happiness Project blog by Gretchen Rubin is a frequent source of inspiration, with plenty of food for thought and lots of actionable tips to create a personal path to happiness. When I first discovered the Happiness Project, one of the first things I…

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5 INTERNSHIP TIPS FOR AD CREATIVES

5 INTERNSHIP TIPS FOR AD CREATIVES

I remember my internship well. Mostly because it was a pretty fun experience –we even got Baskin-Robbins for working overtime. (Ha!) But on a more serious note, I recall stepping into it with the mindset that the internship was merely a mandatory “subject” of the course I was undertaking – and not because I wanted…

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Live Your Vision In Little Ways

Live Your Vision In Little Ways

We don’t always have to live our vision or purpose with a big bang. Sometimes, the smallest actions can generate impact of epic proportions. Lately, Malaysia’s been getting some scary coverage in the news and it hasn’t been easy to walk around with ease, or to even feel comfortable in my own skin. But there…

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Learning to Say No

Learning to Say No

You know those nights when you just really want to stay home and be alone, and then your phone beeps with a text from a friend asking to hang out? Or that day when you’re just overloaded with work and your boss comes along and ask if you could help out with this other project?…

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Taking the risk to rest

Taking the risk to rest

Danielle starts of by saying “At some point you’re going to think to yourself, I don’t want to work this hard” and I can feel myself physically reacting to her words. Every cell in my being said “YES!” And as Danielle pointed out, I worried, that it means that I will have to settle for…

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Are You Preparing For Opportunities?

Are You Preparing For Opportunities?

Really? How hard? There are two types of ‘opportunities’. The first is what I call the it’s-flippin-starin-at-ya kind of opportunity. I believe that there is opportunity in every environment; it’s just our perspective of the situation. Is there a lack of resources? Great – opportunity to be creative. Is there a lack of manpower? Great…

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Reach New Heights By Digging Deeper

Reach New Heights By Digging Deeper

Have you ever been told that in order to reach new heights, you need to set your sights further and climb higher? What if I told you we’re doing it all wrong? We don’t need to reach higher. Instead, we need to dig deeper. And here’s why: If a massive skyscraper had a shallow foundation…

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