Who do you rely on for your happiness?

While the world is changing faster than ever, people are not. Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best in his 1841 essay called Self-Reliance: “Society is a wave. The wave moves onward, but the water of which it is composed does not.” The problems we’re facing with ourselves and other people are not new. And one of those... Continue Reading →

The world’s most famous Cat and Mouse

The famous Tom and Jerry have been an integral part of my childhood. Recently, I took a trip down memory lane... Check this out- Tom and Jerry The movie Featured image credit - https://www.warnerbros.com/movies/tom-jerry

Are you guilty of using ‘ableist’ language?

Some of our most common, ingrained expressions have damaging effects on millions of people – and many of us don't know we're hurting others when we speak. I like being deaf. I like the silence as well as the rich culture and language deafness affords me. When I see the word ‘deaf’ on the page,... Continue Reading →

Mosquitoes & alcohol-What’s the connection?

In many parts of the world, a cool tipple outside brings with it the risk of a mosquito bite. But what effect does the booze in your blood have on the insect itself?....Continue Reading

What’s more important? Organisational strategy or culture?

René Carayol, visiting professor at Cass Business School, on the manifold benefits of adopting a customers-first mentality. Watch the video here.

Are you a victim of ‘linguistic racism?’

Not everyone who speaks English is treated the same way. What happens when accent discrimination creeps in to our conscious and unconscious – and what do we do about our biases?...Continue reading

Taking a holistic view to life

When adulting hits you hard, you are often busy making a life: work, bills, deadlines, food, internet. It’s an endless cycle of getting through the day, one by one. And it can end up in an unhealthy lifestyle— stress eating, wrong decisions, bad habits, arguments. Toxicity not only goes through the body but also in... Continue Reading →

French word of the day – Bonjour!

Bonjour les amis! I know for a fact that it's very important and useful to say 'Bonjour' before striking up a conversation in France. This little word can open many doors for you… Continue reading... Bon week-end!

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