A year into the pandemic, I know for a fact that I prefer and love working from home. The flexibility that this has afforded me to have a more integrated life is something I wish to see continuing. I am not naive to the extent of presenting WFH as all rosy. In my case theContinue reading “Why I love working from home.”
No more dribbling the ball. Just shoot your shot already!
Why you need a side hustle
Comparison is the thief of joy
Morning madness? Read and find out how to make mornings easier.
Saying NO is not easy. Personally I gravitate towards YES. However NO is one of the words that I quickly learnt to use more often the moment our twins were born and all our three children were under three years. When you are a sleep deprived working mom, weekends become the days to catch upContinue reading “Learning to say NO”
Sometime last year I graduated from our company’s in-house leadership programme. Each graduate was asked to provide a citation of their achievements during the two year program and their career goals going forward. I had some really good achievements of projects I had led successfully. My problem was writing about it and having it readContinue reading “Can you own your success?”
Pre flight, aviation operators always announce that in case of emergency, you should fit your own oxygen masks first before assisting children or anyone else who might need help. You know why? Because without your own mask fitted, you cannot assist anyone else. As a mother it comes naturally for me to put the needsContinue reading “Fit your own mask first….”
I wrote the first edition of Lessons From Motherhood back in December 2015. You can read it on this link Lessons from motherhood. Two years later, there are more lessons to share. 1. Back then i was all about easing the guilt of being away from my children by doing everything when i was around.Continue reading “Lessons from motherhood… update”