I am a big fan of short workouts that don’t involve equipment & visiting gym. This Really, Really Short Workouts by Tata Parker-pope, Founding editor of Well, New York Times provides useful tips, resources & graphic illustration to follow.
In recent years there is wide coverage of news about Unnatural Causes of Death of young adults in small towns & rural America. Washington Post national investigating reporter Kimberly Kindly describes its underlying causes in her recent article Six facts about dying young in Washington Post with graphics and additional resources. Very interesting read!
During the past couple of years, I have been interacting with people with addiction, some of them in really bad economic & health conditions. Since I don’t do nicotine myself, I don’t have my own personal experience with such an addition. My interactions with these hardworking but addicted individuals on a daily basis and watching […]
There is wide coverage of Opioid epidemic in the US in the last couple of years. To-day there is another heart-breaking story Fentanyl Outpaces Heroin as the Deadliest Drug on Long Island in New York Times.
Year 2016 was a very productive year overall. I made significant progress in my professional skill development. Starting plans to gradually transition from my current business to WordPress base business model. I am confident this coming year will be an even more productive & fruitful year!
Are you a meditation fan? How to Meditate is a great resource just out to-day in New York Times with basic steps to get started and pursue a great journey towards equanimity, acceptance and joy according its author David Galles, reporter for the New York Times.
Some part of this post is intended for lose friends & family and it requires login credentials to view the entire post.
The following is my incomplete & developing list of books (on general topics only) that I plan to read in 2017. This lists is continuously updated as I find inspiring book to include in my reading list. The Art of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It So Well by […]
There is a good article the long-term jobs killer is not China but automation in New York Times. In the article the author cites several other reports indicating a trend that business or office automation is taking over jobs that were normally done by people.
New York Times reporter and author David Gilles has book title Mindful Work: How Meditation Is Changing Business From the Inside Out. Based on Mr Gilles book excerpt How to Meditate in New York Times, this is very useful resources for individuals who would like to take advantage of this ancient wellness practice for our […]