Loneliness – [How to identify and deal with it]

Solitude is pleasant. Loneliness is not -  Anna Neagle Loneliness is not just common among humans, but it is also among monkeys, rodents, and fish. Neuroscientist John Cacioppo, who has made a career out of studying loneliness says  - “The absence of social connection triggers the same primal alarm bells as hunger, thirst and physical …

A year in review – 2019[Health, Travel, Books, Writings, Runs, Work, Others]

I am writing the facts first and the truth later. Facts are numbers and comparative(from Point A to B). Truth has the story about how it went from A to B (Hint: it won’t be linear). Facts are cold and end results. Truth is what the journey is about, you can feel it. Feel free …

The 90 day challenge [No Movies/TV Series, No Sugar, No Tea (black teas), No Coffee, No Deep-fried foods, No Maida, Every day exercise]

One of my friends wanted to do a 30 day no sugar challenge, after some negotiation, we made it for 100 days, after a few days and I added a few more of my own and made a 90-day challenge. -> Here is what I took up as a 90-day challenge No Movies or TV …

Four bad reasons your brain makes you seek for advice

Stoics practice objectivity throughout their lives, to see things as they are, nothing more, nothing less. Research shows that while we give advice to others we think rationally but while we think for ourselves we become emotionally attached to the problem. We need to do as stoics do, that is to see things objectively. Here …