In last week’s column, there was a misprint and it had an effect on the whole flavor of the article. So I am going to start this week’s article with that. Let me expound further on why I cringed. Who is to say whether something is balanced or not? When I look at greed, selfishness, cruelty, indifference, I feel a distasteful imbalance. When one can do things or activities that display coldness towards others, that feels like an imbalance to me. When one just thinks of oneself… the “me me me me” is an imbalance. I don’t know if that manifests in the hormones but it feels imbalanced. * * * Having started with this correction of last week’s column let me then flow on to the topic of Vision. In my talk I briefly talked about our subtle body structures. No one objected when I said we are more than just our bodies. This will come and go, but our spirits live on. The key to living a very productive life is to able to develop the part of us that is … [Read more...] about Health and spirituality
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The expansion would see 40 stores added to its retail network in Thailand and abroad over the period. The company will invest at least Bt100 million to open four to five new stores every year over the five years, said Pramote Dechaboonsiripanich, managing director of Puri Co Ltd, adding that the investment would be varied depending on the types of Panpuri stores. This would take into account the store size, whether it is to be a signature store or a smaller outlet that sells only beauty products, Pramote said. Puri Co Ltd operates 40 Panpuri stores in the Kingdom in six cities: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Phuket, Surat Thani and Krabi. The company also distributes its beauty and wellness products to 20 markets around the world. “The health and beauty market tends to leapfrog, reflecting a global market value of more than Bt900 billion, of which over Bt500 billion is in Asean and Bt250 billion in Thailand, according to a 2017 report made by the University of the Thai Chamber … [Read more...] about Panpuri health and beauty chain set for Bt100m expansion
By Morgan Campbell Sports Reporter Sat., March 24, 2018 Royce White leads the National Basketball League of Canada in scoring with an average 24.7 points a game. That isn’t a shock. But his 5.7 assists per game, which lead the London Lightning, are surprising given that the six-foot-eight former NBA first-round draft pick plays power forward. Those stats would usually catch the attention of NBA scouts and lead to a shot at the world’s top basketball league. It hasn’t been that simple for White, who was diagnosed with anxiety as a teenager. And five years after a series of bitter disagreements with NBA teams over strategies to manage his condition, the 26-year-old White isn’t convinced the league will welcome him back, even as its attitude toward mental illness evolves. The NBA announced last week it would hire a director of mental health and wellness, a significant step for a league that previously addressed mental health under its drug … [Read more...] about NBA makes progress on mental health, but is it ready for Royce White?
caption On International Women’s Day, real women share their best career advice. source Shutterstock.com/Monkey Business Images For International Women’s Day, Business Insider asked regular women for their best career advice. Women across different industries and levels contributed. Responses ranged from the practical (don’t work for free) to the psychological (you deserve your job). Everyone wants advice from the most successful businesswomen out there: Sheryl Sandberg. Indra Nooyi. Meg Whitman. But anyone would be smart to take advice from a little closer to home, too: your boss, your coworkers, your professional connections. No matter the level, industry, or location, we can all learn something from each other. Business Insider surveyed women across various industries about their advice for others. Responses ranged from advice on knowing your worth to effectively … [Read more...] about 17 real women share what it takes to land the job, grow your paycheck, and get ahead in your career
Much has changed for Hanley Koo since he bought his small, one-bedroom condo in Toronto’s Canary District in early 2016. He was a single bachelor just beginning his career in real estate and preparing to live in the budding West Don Lands neighbourhood that was still very much a vision at the time. Since then, more than 800 units across four towers, initially used as Pan Am athletes’ dorms, have been converted to residential suites. In total, there will be five condominiums, more than 3,000 units and some 5,000 residents when the Canary District is complete.“It’s really starting to come alive,” says Koo, 28. … [Read more...] about Canary Commons focuses on families, health and wellness