What is the cost of growing up? This may not be the question we normally ask when thinking about our progression to adulthood. Yet I have observed that a child’s identity and worldview are primarily shaped by their family of origin. Even the tiny mannerisms that escape our faces have their origins in the people who nurtured us in our earliest years. So, whether we … Continue reading The cost of growing up
Travis turned 40 earlier this year. He believes he experienced a turning point around that time. “I had been having health problems caused by a number of changes in my life.” Travel He reflects on his life prior to that. He has done a lot of travel. United States, Canada, parts of Europe such as England and Italy, and most countries of South East Asia … Continue reading Turning 40
Workplaces can leave us bewildered. One of my earliest memories of work was as a casual waiter for a busy function centre. My job was simple: Keep the tables well stocked with drinks. I was a young student and nervous. I’d never waited on tables before. And the training was as thorough as my knowledge of wines, i.e. close to zero. Thankfully, one of the … Continue reading bewildered?