Ali Meehan

Living in the Moment

by Archan Mehta I ran into Ralph at a conference and he impressed me with his wisdom. A life-long learner, Ralph’s presence was mystical, and he seemed to have the answers to life’s challenges. Not exactly sure of myself, I decided to tag along and learn from Ralph. Whenever Ralph was in the neighbourhood, I would …

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Ready, Aim, GOAL!

It’s that time of year again when we look back over the past 12 months and think about what we want to achieve in 2011. Some of us use this time to write goals to put down a marker of what we want to happen during the coming year.  The following article gives advice as …

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Tis the season to be jolly….and also very stressed!

If you’re feeling irritable, rushed, resentful, lonely, or overwhelmed, keep these strategies in mind to help boost your happiness: 1. Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation is a major disturber of people’s moods. Jet lag, traveling, parties, and over-excited children all make it hard to get your usual number of hours. Making an effort to get …

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Where do you live? In a bubble? In reality? Which do you prefer?

There are two places in the world that most expats live: in a Bubble or in Reality. It can be wonderful to live in a bubble. In a bubble, everything counts on your perception, rather than the reality. This can be good or bad, depending on your imagination. You can imagine your boss likes you. …

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Social networking reaches more women than men, study shows

Social networking websites reach more women than men around the world, according to a study released yesterday by comScore. The Virginia-based internet research firm found 76 percent of all women online visit a social networking website, versus 70 percent of men. Women also spend more time on such websites than men, averaging 5.5 hours per …

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