This month one of my favourite topics – travel! Topical too, because I’m just about to set off on a year of remote-working and volunteering abroad myself 🙂 Continue reading “Patterns & Beauty in Travel”
A few of my friends have called me ‘brave’ for leaving what is deemed by society to be a good job. But the way I see it, it’s just that I factor in values that are different from conventional measures of success, into my career/life decisions. The risk, in my opinion, lies not in losing the prestige and lifestyle that comes with a particular job, but in not living life in such a way that I can look back on with pride as having been lived according to my values, not necessarily those of society.
Last night I went with a few colleagues to a ‘Mindful Origami’ workshop in Knightsbridge, led by Samuel Tsang (hashtag thanks to his wife: Origami + mindfulness = #MindFOLDness) A uniquely relaxing evening: pleasing symmetry and shapes + pretty colourful stationery + making things = perfect after a day on a computer!