The beauty in struggle

I just finished Option B by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant. As some may know, Sheryl is Facebook's COO, an accomplished author (Lean In), speaker (TED Talk and several commencements in different universities) and philanthropist. Sheryl lost her husband while vacationing in Mexico two years ago. It was this tragic event and the life that

Lessons learned: India

Travel far enough, you meet yourself David Mitchell I have been traveling from a very young age. I love airports and train stations. I love exploring, observing, asking questions, eating weird sounding meals, learning a few words in other languages and getting lost in new places. I have done different kinds of voyages: family trips,

The worst enemy 

Not so long ago I was surfing one of my favourite sites, the now defunct The Tig, and found a very interesting post. In it, the author talked about an experience she had in which she slammed herself in front of two of her best friends for some silly reason. The friends immediately called her

Cheers to May

May, a beautiful and transitional month. The temperatures are still a bit low, but bearable. Sunny days are more frequent, despite some rain. For many, it’s vacation time! For others, May is often that time for spring cleaning, whatever that could possible mean, from house cleaning and tidy up projects, to food cleansing, Facebook friend