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Oprah & Deepak's 21 Day Meditation Challenge Review
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21-Day Meditation Challenge? Accepted!

Self-Growth

Being unemployed right now, one thing I can’t complain about is the lack of time. It’s a great moment to focus on finding my inner peace. Hence the 21-day meditation challenge. It’s been a long time since the last time I meditated, and I know I need it more than ever. It was a good […]

July 21, 2017 / By / , , / Post a Comment
INFP Meets Another INFP
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Serendipitous Encounters: When An INFP Meets Another INFP

Self-Growth

Have you ever bonded unexpectedly with someone you had just met? Sometimes, a serendipituos encounter may change the course of your entire life, and I’m not talking about falling in love. Or maybe it actually IS a kind of love, even though completely platonic. Hard to say. Maybe “friend crush” is the best way to […]

July 16, 2017 / By / / Post a Comment
INFP Books That Changed My Life
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5 Books That Changed My Life And Made Me A Better Version Of Myself

Self-Growth

Hello, my name is Marta and I’m a compulsive book buyer. At home, I have literally tons of them, so whenever I see a bookstore, the rational adult within me drags my inner child to the other side of the street. Yet, it doesn’t happen often that a book changes my entire life. I’m not […]

April 24, 2017 / By / , , , / 6 Comments
Narcissistic Boss
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Working For A Narcissistic Boss: On The Doorstep Of Hell

Career & Professional SuccessSelf-Growth

Working for a narcissistic boss is like walking blindfolded on a minefield: one false step is enough to trigger an explosion. It may not kill you, but it will mangle your soul and shatter your mental health. As some of your already know, not a long time ago I quit my unsatisfying job in the […]

April 7, 2017 / By / , , , / 2 Comments
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28 Things I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago: Advice For My Younger INFP Self

Talk-Therapy Scribblings

I’m turning 28 today. Even though I’ve been an adult for the last 10 years and changed a lot, I still feel like a child’s mind trapped in an adult body. I get excited about simple things like a 5-year-old. Not that I’m in denial, on the contrary. I am actually very pleased to have […]

April 6, 2017 / By / , , / Post a Comment