As I come up with a daily bedtime story, I have become aware of an increase in my daughter’s dinosaur behests. Not surprising considering we now know that 900 dinosaurs existed. She is fascinated with the Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, and the Triceratops. I started asking myself why such intrigue? She learns these long names and repeatedly asks for information regarding the different kinds of dinosaurs. “How did they vanish from planet earth, dad? This is what science refers to as “intense interests” in the world of psychology.
How many times have you felt compelled to say no, but you ended up accepting a job or an activity because of FOMO? Or I should better refer to it as Fear of Missing Out.
Thinking that you are being left “out of the loop” can become a problem. There will always be exciting events happening elsewhere.
It is common to find great storytellers using conflict. By adding surprise; encompassing an enemy and a hero; and making it very visual to audiences, storytellers lure us into a perfectly crafted persuasion.
This is a classic First Words book with a modern twist. Little explorers will love practicing their first words while learning about sustainability in this brightly illustrated book. This series invites parents to have conversations with their children using a thoughtfully curated collection of very simple words grouped around sustainability concepts.
I have been paying close attention to how cravings work in the last few days. While I focused on different projects, I noticed that my mood and enthusiasm could impact the way I eat, or to be precise, the food I am interested in devouring in those particular moments. My overall diet is quite healthy and balanced, but momentary emotions, seem to initiate what it seems to be a wave.
It all started waking up at 5 am. The happiness and inner satisfaction to conquer a simple act everyday triggered a cascade of change. I recall it was Ankita Singhal who said “A small change can make a big difference. You are the only one who can make our world a better place to inhabit. So, don’t be afraid to take a stand .” So be it.
Unmasking our Smiles! Wouldn’t you like upping the likelihood of positive results both personally and professionally? Wouldn’t you smile to increase the likelihood of having a more satisfying private life, and maybe even a longer one?
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