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5 Ways on How to Start Small for a Healthy Lifestyle and Personal Wellbeing

  It's no secret that living a healthy lifestyle is important for our overall wellbeing. As officer workers, we often find ourselves stuck in a sedentary routine that can take a toll on our physical and mental health. But fear not, because today we are going to explore five simple ways to start small and make big changes for a healthier you! 1. Shake It Off with Dance Breaks Who said office life has to be dull and monotonous? One great way to inject some fun into your day and get those endorphins flowing is by incorporating dance breaks into your routine. Put on your favorite tunes, let your hair down (metaphorically or literally, your choice!), and shimmy away the stress of the day. Not only will it improve your mood, but dancing is also a great form of exercise that can help you burn calories and stay fit. So go ahead, boogie like nobody's watching! 2. Step Up Your Game with Walking Meetings Sitting at a desk all day can be tiresome and detrimental to your health. But who say
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နေညိုချိန်တွေကို အရမ်းကြိုက်တယ်၊ နေဝင်‌ေနထွက်ချိန်ထက်လှတာဆိုလို့ မင်းပဲရှိတာ့တယ်။


ကြယ်လေးရေ ကိုယ့်ညတွေ ရိုမန်တစ်ဖြစ်အောင်တော့ မင်းကိုကောင်းကင်ကနေ မကြွေခိုင်းတော့ပါဘူး၊ အခြားကြယ်လေးတွေနဲ့အတူ ထွန်းလင်းနေတဲ့ မင်းကိုသာ ငေးကြည့်နေရရင် ကိုယ့်ညတွေခြောက်ကပ်နေလည်း ကျေနပ်ပါတယ်။

When taking risk is safer than staying status quo

Most of us consider ourselves to be risk averse, but what we consider "safe" behavior often contains much more uncertainty than we suspect. That's because safety generally involves consistency of a condition — whether that's job security, a stable marriage, or the value of a currency. The challenge is that there are very few environments that remain static. "Safe" investments like gold can lose value. You could be fired from your "safe" job. And yet we behave as if the current state will persist in perpetuity. While no one can predict the future, there are a few tactics you can use to get better at evaluating risk. Before you make a decision, do your research on all of the potential avenues of action. Ask credible experts to weigh in. And don't forget to evaluate the inherent risk of doing nothing. Sometimes the status quo is actually riskier than taking a leap into the unknown.

Tribute to my beloved Auntie Cho

December 7, 2014 Sunday afternoon Wrote this letter with my heavy heart. I just couldn't believe that the news is true when it suddenly hit me. I still remember the last time you told me that you are often not feeling well. I can't quite fathom about myself why I didn't ask you to go for a check-up. I guess I could understand how you are hurt and feeling and prepared since no one knows that you are that ill for this long. You did not say goodbye to anyone and gently left us. You would be remembered and shared all the merits too. Hope you could hear from anywhere and reach to the good place which is what you deserve. You loved us, siblings and cousins, in fact, you give your love to everyone even though your life was humiliating most of the time just because of your impaired hearing. You even loved and still love at those who threw the words back to you or laughed at you. I do not know why others couldn't do the same as you do, may be that what makes

Inspirational quotes in Burmese

ကလေးတွေမှာ စက်ဘီး နှစ်စီးရှိသင့်တယ်။ တစီးက စီးဖို့၊ နောက်တစီးက အခပေး ငှားဖို့။ ဖြစ်နေတဲ့ အရာတွေက အကောင်းဘက်ကို ပြောင်းလာလိမ့်မယ်လို့ ကျွန်တော် အမြဲလိုလို မျှော်လင့်ခဲ့ဖူးတယ်။ နောက်ပိုင်း ကျွန်တော် ရလိုက်တဲ့ သင်ခန်းစာက အဲဒီအရာတွေဟာ ကျွန်တော်ကိုယ်တိုင်က ပြောင်းလိုက်မှသာ ပြောင်းလာတာပါပဲ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ လူသားတွေသာလျှင် သူတို့ရဲ့ အတွေးအခေါ်ကို ပိုကောင်းအောင် လုပ်ခြင်းဖြင့် သူတို့ရဲ့ဘဝတွေကို အစီအစဉ်တကျဖြစ်အောင် ပြန်လည် စီစဉ်နိုင်ကြသူတွေ ဖြစ်ကြပါတယ်။ ဂျမ်ရွန်

Tuk Tuk

It was on 26th December, 2012, around 3am early morning when we arrived at Magway City, Myanmar. It was like freezing in the bones while riding on it that time. Tuk Tuk