It’s been a while since I posted in Book Club but I waited for more response from you.
Book Club will only work when we have more people involved and willing to share.
I’m calling all the people who love to share their latest finds and want to start discussion to comment below. Lets get together and make some good list of books to talk about , analyse and share thoughts about.
Books are amazing! You don’t need much to escape the world around and discover new knowledge, visit fascinating places or be somebody else for a while. There is a different world between paper pages (or clicks of a book reader 😉) which can be yours when you allow yourself to submerge in the story. There is a whole new world at your hands, the incredible world of books and reading!
Today I remember and honour Louise Hay who passed away yesterday at age 90. Bestselling author, speaker, inspirational teacher, founder of Hay House Publishers, Louise was also known for her healing techniques, affirmations and positive thinking. She was a great promoter of connection between the mind and body and its impact on our health and wellness. Despite her very difficult beginnings (poverty, physical and sexual abuse) and challenges in life, she showed extreme strength and resilience and became amazing advocate for positive thinking and life affirmations! Incredible!
Have you noticed that our working days get longer and longer? There is always something to fix, work to do, countless deadlines and urgent last-minute jobs. We work harder, spend more time at our workplaces, less with our family and doing our hobbies, then going home checking our work emails and bringing all this stress home. We need a break! And it doesn’t need to be a big holiday break (although I wouldn’t mind it 😉 ) but even few small breaks which would cut a working day in few manageable chunks. In this post, I would like to explain why you need these breaks.
Taking a break is very important for our health and well-being. It takes our mind away from everyday stress, refreshes us and let our brain to process the information we were bombarded by for the whole day. So put your feet up and relax. Forget for a moment about the world around and just take few deep breaths. In… and out… and again… Ahhhh……
When did you last time give yourself a break? You should do it on regular basis.
Happy International Women’s Day!
To me, my daughter, my mum, sister, friends and all women close and far 🙂 Let’s celebrate every woman- appreciate them, love them, celebrate them, acknowledge them and treat them well! In still not perfect world, let’s make a wave of change, big bold change and help us become more equal society- where woman has same right and opportunities in life!
My favourite poems to celebrate women
8th of March is celebrated all over the world as an International Women’s Day. It’s a day when we celebrate women, their social, economic, cultural and political achievements and also it’s a great opportunity to talk about gender equality. International Women’s Day has been celebrated since the early 1900’s and still is very popular in many countries. It’s a perfect time to bring attention to every woman in your life and outside your inner circle to observe and honor their qualities, accomplishments, sacrifices, successes and challenges. This year I decided to join in celebration by taking part in Be Bold For Change campaign (#BeBoldForChange) run by International Women’s Day website.
The idea behind the campaign is simple- celebrate by being bold in taking action, in their words- “For International Women’s Day 2017, we’re asking you to #BeBoldForChange. Call on the masses or call on yourself to help forge a better working world- a more inclusive, gender equal world”.