Category: Wholehearted Living

7 Days Nature Walk Challenge 

A generation of children is not only being raised indoors, but is being confined to even smaller spaces. Jane Clark, a University of Maryland professor of kinesiology . . . calls them “containerized kids”–they spend more and more time in car seats, high chairs, and even baby seats for watching TV. When small children go

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What is your Travel Mantra?

Sometimes I wonder why my long awaited holiday trip ends very fast. In a blink of an eye I find yourself already in last day of my trip thinking why it is ending so soon. Living in a fast paced, internet ready world,  always connected generation it’s so easy to be distracted by different things

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The Gifts of Imperfection 

We Just finished our women’s class tonight and our topic was: Courage, Compassion and Connection Are the gifts of imperfection! In Breńe Browns research, wholehearted people practices these 3 Cs. In order for us to grow in our worthiness, we need to grow in our courage, compassion (to ourselves and not just others) and connection

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Gratitude: The Secret of a Joyful Traveller 

For a travel enthusiast like me, it’s very easy to fall into a trap of finding our joy in travelling. It’s true travelling  really gives me joy but thinking that’s the only way to be joyful can be very dangerous. I cannot afford to be travelling all the time right? Though sometimes I day dream

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Vulnerability and Motherhood

I’m very excited as I start writing post about my journey as a mother. I know I travel a lot with her and it’s seems right to not just highlight our traveling “happy/fun” moments as a mother or as a family but also to highlight the struggles and difficulties I faced and will be facing.

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Embracing Nature in our Parenting 

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It all started when I watched a YouTube TED talk about Forest Preschool; my daughter was only turning 2 years old then. Now she’s 26 months old to be exact and I’m so excited to share my journey about things I’m learning recently. I always have this mindset that it is good for Summer (my

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