How many times did you come up with a bright idea or plan to improve your life, but just when you were supposed to start building the foundation, you convinced yourself you will do it the later?
How many times have you started something you but you never finished?
Last week was World Health Day.
The other day someone I know was asked to deliver a “package” to a certain address.
Procrastination gets Sibo into trouble.
I grew up believing that Tuberculosis (TB) is a poor man’s disease.
My friend Ginny was invited to a think-tank on how to popularise multi-wave astronomy (no – don’t run away, this blog is not about that) the other day, and had lunch with one of the other participants who happened to have a disability.
Honesty is still the best policy.
The other day I was feeling a tad glum.
We live in a society where we are told and taught from a young age to be strong and not show signs of weakness.
Someone sent me a video listing 15 things that poor people do that rich people don’t.