This weekend I washed a bag of hand-me-down clothes from my eldest to my youngest.
Decisions need to be made. Left or right, perhaps wrong or right, is the way to proceed. Perhaps, maybe or maybe not, we decide.
Embrace change and prioritise what brings lasting fulfillment to both yourself and others instead of selfishly pursuing power and possessions.
Feeling regret for a decision you made is part of life.
Framing bias refers to our propensity to be influenced by the manner in which information is presented.
When we make complex decisions, we have to take many factors into account.
From towers of monthly bills to high-priority job responsibilities to frustrated little ones demanding maths homework help, day-to-day life is a Pandora’s box of stressors.
Ever wondered why your virtual home assistant doesn’t understand your questions?
During times of uncertainty and interconnected challenges, we may feel lost and find it difficult to believe that we can plan for our future.
Mundane behaviours that are repeated over time and occur in the context of many other similar behaviours can lead people to conflate intentions and behaviours.
There’s nothing uncomfortable about the comfort zone; you can practically feel the blanket wrapping around you as you think of it.
Whether we are overcoming childhood trauma or releasing resentments, when we learn to practise forgiveness in our daily lives, everything in life transforms.
Making decisions can be one of the hardest things to do in life.