Happy November! Below are a few things I hope you’ll find helpful:
In this article, We Are Broke in Our Busyness, Zoe Kim makes an argument for slowing down. She questions the value of being busy and striving. She describes the costs of being busy. She also offers suggestions on how to slow down.
Is multi-tasking really an efficient way to get things done? The podcast episode Note to Self: Spring Cleaning for the Mind, invites us to consider single-tasking instead.
Are the 20s all about dating, having fun, and exploring? Maybe, but that's not all that they should be about. Meg Jay's book, The Defining Decade describes the professional and relational tasks that twenty-somethings need to focus on accomplishing.
Recommended Reading: Date or Soul Mate?: How to Know if Someone is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less by Neil Clark Warren
What’s It’s About:
In order to date successfully, you need to know yourself well before you start getting to know someone else and determining whether or not he or she could be “the one.” This book helps you get to know yourself better and also help you figure out what qualities and values you’re looking for in a potential spouse.
Target Audience: Singles.
How to get to know yourself better
Questions to ask yourself
What are your “must-haves” in a mate?
What are your “can’t stands” in a mate?
How to tell if someone has or does not have the qualities you’re looking for
If you’re thinking about dating or tired of dating, this book is an easy read and offers some great food for thought.
I’m Elaine Gee-Wong and I'm a therapist with a private practice in Santa Clara, CA.
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