A Poem: I Am

I am a wife, a mother and a teacher, I am a daughter and a sister. I am a friend and a companion, a confidant and a listener. I am a worker and a colleague, not a boss nor a manager. I am a commuter and a runner, a writer and a reader. I am … More A Poem: I Am

Zentangle: My Escape

“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” Thomas Merton One gets lost and immersed when one does something one enjoy, much more something one loves. And for me, my soul is in a timeless bubble when I make art – writing, music, art activities with my kids, coloring, (water … More Zentangle: My Escape

December Read: Life Lessons From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

I have heard a lot of Robin Sharma and his most famed, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. However, this is his book I’ve first read and it didn’t disappoint. It contains 101 lessons that are simple and practical yet life-changing, especially when you follow through. The lessons would stimulate your soul, let you re-evaluate what … More December Read: Life Lessons From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

A Homeschooling Mom’s Testimony

August 5, 2016. The first ever Homeschool Global Family Fun Day was realized. Fifteen families from Dubai had gathered. Children shared their talents in singing and arts. Parents had their roles too, as emcees, decoration coordinators and most importantly, as guides in their children’s respective roles. Food was abundant. Everyone had fun. And I was given the privilege … More A Homeschooling Mom’s Testimony