It's safe to say that we all feel overwhelmed at work at some point. Enters the notion of "Work-Life Balance". Work- Life balance is an important aspect of a healthy working environment. Maintaining a Work-Life balance reduces stress and helps prevent burnout at the work place. If you are feeling the following symptoms then you … Continue reading Give your Brain a Break!
No! As intriguing as it may sound, I am not here to talk about my relationship. What I am writing about here is the most interesting concept I have come to understand in my two years (going three) in Canada; women & relationships. Trust me, it was not an easy task, deciphering the whys, … Continue reading Dating & Relationship: Love in Toronto
Disclaimer: For any misrepresentation, I want to stress on the point that this post is targeted to a specific "genre" of single women; one that I have encountered heavily populated in the west, where women tend to embrace liberalism to an extent of less respecting themselves Dear Masha, this one is for you, I often … Continue reading Dear Single Bitch,
First of all, I want to clarify that I am more than happy when an old flame, an ex-boyfriend or a crush finds his soul mate and commits to a serious relationship. Truly, I am happy for him. I believe that if we were meant to be, we would've worked out at some point in … Continue reading Men, commitment and other things…
"Body dysmorphic disorder is a mental disorder in which you can't stop thinking about one or more perceived defects or flaws in your appearance — a flaw that, to others, is either minor or not observable. But you may feel so ashamed and anxious that you may avoid many social situations". according to the MayoClinic definition. Why … Continue reading Body Dysmorphia; the journey of me, myself and my physique.