I will post four or five different questions each week for you to answer. There are two ways which you can participate. Create a SYW post. Then post the link to your blog in my comment box or, alternatively, leave your answers in the comments box of my blog. To make it easy for others […] How can someone win a gold star (i.e. win … Continue reading Share Your World 2-17-2020 — sparksfromacombustiblemind
Spinach is so good for you. It makes the body strong. All of us who grew up watching Popeye the Sailorman cartoons know that. For the unitiated, whenever Popeye needed extra strength (usually to fight a bad guy) he would open a can of spinach and swallow it in one go. Then he would flex his muscles and perform super human feats. I have often … Continue reading “Emotional Spinach”
10 Useful Things To Do While Watching T.V. You must have come across that species of super-efficient, over achieving womanhood sometime. She is usually a successful professional holding a full time job who is managing to bring up three children at the same time. She jogs three miles every morning, cooks delicious meals from scratch and also makes time to volunteer at three different charities. … Continue reading Ten Useful Things To Do While Watching T.V.
Little Stress Busters is the first post in a new series. “Little things that mean a lot” is a series that will chronicle lots of little things that can make a big difference to our lives. Little Things That Mean A Lot : Part I Little Stress Busters: You might have experienced that you can weather major crises with great patience and forbearance … Continue reading 7 Little Stress Busters
What to do when Decision Fatigue sets in. I read somewhere that the average person makes 35,000 decisions per day. This seems a very unlikely number so it must include some very small ones like which foot to put forward first. Whatever the actual number, modern life provides us with so many choices/options/alternatives that we are sometimes overwhelmed by them. This leads to the … Continue reading Overcoming Decision Fatigue