In the beginning, you were all I am curious about. I might not remember, but I know you were.
A collection of 8 posts
Part II of “How can we live more deliberately?” series of posts.
The last decade was tough, to say the least. In this post I breaks periods, share context then list the lessons I concluded around that time.
Some of us wake up one day with the news that a parent got diagnosed with an incurable disease. Which -with a lot of certainty — will end their life one day, soon or
Almost every month or few I hear of yet another someone who’s parent, uncle or aunt got diagnosed with some form of Dementia, of which my own mother, her older sister and