At some point in our lives, most of us have found ourselves sitting in front of a web browser about to Google search our own name, just to see what pops up. But why? What is behind this curiosity? In other words, why do we care about our names so much that we allow them […]
Articles by Kathleen Wong
It’s the question posed and grappled by many modern humans: “How do you make a marriage work?” To most people, marriage is a rightfully intimidating concept. It’s a lifelong commitment to someone, meaning your trials and tribulations are going to be shared with another person. As great as that can sometimes be, it can also be pretty scary and boding.
Getting paid for pursuing your passion is what every modern person dreams of. Imagine a Monday morning where you get up and paint all day in your own studio rather than commute into an office where you toil away at spreadsheet after spreadsheet. Sounds pretty nice, right? Still, as most of us know, turning a […]
To help inspire you to say what’s in your heart, here are a series of prompts and thought starters to get your own heart racing. Read a few of them and let your heart take over the rest.
In a perfect world, we would all easily become who we’re meant to be. But, as most of us know, that path typically isn’t marked very clearly. It’s often foggy and misleading.
There is a gender gap that permeates our society in obvious as well as subtle ways—notice the imbalance through a disparity in wages, personal-care product marketing, and even the way children’s toys are designed. Both parents and the education system continue to ask “How can we fix this so that everyone is on an equal playing field?”
Losing weight and getting fit seems like an easy formula: work out and eat healthily, but as most people know, it can be a lot more complicated and challenging than that.
Money is a touchy subject to begin with. Toss in a romantic partner who has their own wants and needs and, well, you get the picture. More often than not, the fight is more than just letting your partner (or your partner letting you) splurge on something flashy and shiny.
You don’t need drugs or medications to end high blood pressure, all you need to do is adjust your lifestyle.
Life can often feel like an uphill battle that especially follows the old adage, “Bad things happen to good people.” Unfortunately, we can’t change reality, but as Byron Katie tells us in her book, Loving What Is, we do have the power to change the way we react to bad thoughts that hold us down.