3 Lessons from watching Nneka live

One person I admire is Nneka, an Afro German musician and soul singer . She is one of those people whose focus on learning from her journey. Even though she has already traveled 10,000 miles, she has such a passion about her music, that you get the feeling she is just starting out on her journey. During Nneka younger years

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8 Things to better understand Cupping

My bucketlist has many things on it that some people wouldn’t ever try or attempt. Then there are others that wonder why it such a Passion for me to even place it on a bucketlist, like they do these things all the time. Cupping is one of those things that for me, and many others, is a little out there.

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BUCKET LIST: ADOPTING AN ELEPHANT

Elephants have always fascinated me. Growing up I would watch wildlife documentaries about mammals. Every summer, going to the Singapore zoo was an annual trip that I loved with Passion. Getting to see all the wildlife animals live and in front of me was so exciting! The Singapore Zoo has an infamous elephant show where the elephants perform that I

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Are you living the fast lane? I am…

I was surprised to come across this research, there was a research done on countires who had the fastest walkers in the world.. Singapore topped the charts followed by: 2. Copenhagen 3. Madrid 4. Guangzhou 5. Dublin 6. Curitiba 7. Berlin 8. New York 9. Utrecht 10. Vienna http://paceoflife.co.uk/ I wonder the what are the health implication of living in

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4 Lessons from Change Makers

Forrest Gump is one of my favorite movies. I highly recommend watching this movie if you haven’t. It is about a man from a small town in Alabama, who has a low IQ. Nobody expects him to do great things. But with encouragement from his mother, it gives him the motivation to accomplish many things. I knew when I came

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BUCKET LIST: Lessons learnt from Skydiving

Like all children, I had strong faith in my infinite ability to achieve anything; in fact I still do. I was 12 when I found out about skydiving and automatically I knew I had to do it. I knew this was as close as I’d get to be Peter Pan. A couple of years later, I had my first chance

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BUCKET LIST: GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING INDIAN WEDDINGS

When I was younger my mother never stopped speaking about how she loved India. In our house, we loved the food, the fabrics, the color, the movies, the ora. My father followed her one day, curious about her fascination but it ended in the complete opposite, he hated it. I always wanted to go and see how I felt. What

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Losing my Bike (a little piece of myself)

I started to cycle to work from Farah’s house, it felt good to be out on my bike again. Morning cold wind against my face riding through morning traffic. It felt so free and liberating. The past couple of months I was busy wrapping up my masters I didn’t have time to enjoy the feeling of being free. Then one

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Finding a new Home

I have been lucky with all my the flats I have lived in. It never took more than one to visit to know this was the one that would I would become my home. Maybe I am just easy going that I have never complain much about what I get. But for me all I wanted was a queen size

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Do friendships have an expiration date?

When I was a kid, and heard this expression “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver, the other is gold.” I took it seriously and although it was hard for me to let someone really get to know me, once they did, I thought they would be there till we were old. And as a result I’m

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