My Therapy Experience

You know those certain topics people feel uncomfortable talking about? We tend not to ask people their age. Their salary. We don’t talk about bowel movements (depending on who you are). It’s easy to keep hush hush about family issues, marital problems and more. Another one that I feel people tend to keep to themselvesContinue reading “My Therapy Experience”

(Almost) 2 Years of Marriage Reflection

I can hardly believe that Dan and I have been together for over four years now. We are just under a month away from 2 years of being married. I still feel like such a newbie to it all and find myself often saying. “We’re still trying to figure out how to be married.” IfContinue reading “(Almost) 2 Years of Marriage Reflection”

To Smack or Not to Smack?

A reflection from a group discussion with Australian counsellors, social workers and therapists on 21stCentury discipline and parenting. I was at another team meeting the other week, and I thought the topic of discussion was particularly interesting and something that I have been asked by parents before. Discipline has become a bit of a dirtyContinue reading “To Smack or Not to Smack?”

5 Things I have Learned from my first 1.5 Years of Investing in Stocks

I want to start this post by saying that I  am still very much learning. This has been my experience and  things I have learned that I wish someone had taught me from day one. I am not going to publicly recommend any stocks at this stage, as I don’t have the knowledge or experienceContinue reading “5 Things I have Learned from my first 1.5 Years of Investing in Stocks”

The Places You’ll Go

I fully believe that one of God’s greatest gifts to us is creation. My mind is constantly blown by the insanity and beauty of this world. And the diversity that exists. How is it possible that all of it exists on one little planet we call Earth? I’ve been extremely fortunate to see more ofContinue reading “The Places You’ll Go”

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