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Sheela Preuitt

Sheela Preuitt
Sheela Preuitt juggles the hats of writer, cuisinière, applications developer, childhood literacy advocate, and crazy-craftswoman. She shares her culinary expeditions at her blog.

Book review of “The Book of Doing and Being” by Barnet Bain

This book is about discovering a gift you are born with—a gift that is given to everybody. It's called creativity and you can apply it in your everyday life.

Changing strategy: Triggers By Marshall Goldsmith

Leadership coach Marshall Goldsmith takes a look at why most people find it difficult to change their behaviours and he offers practical suggestions to overcome those obstacles.

Signs Of Toxic Friendship (and How To Withdraw Gracefully)

Sheela Preuitt shares tips to evaluate friendships in case they are no longer nourish us

The Organized Mind By Daniel J. Levitin

Organising information helps us be efficient and productive, but rather than handle it all in our brains, we must shift the burden to the external world.

The magnificent world of picture books

Sheela Preuitt pleads guilty to her clandestine love for childrens’ picture books

The Gifts of Imperfection By Dr Brené Brown

The takeaway message of this book is that when we acknowledge our limitations, recognise our strengths and stop trying to gain the approval of others, we are being authentic.

Long distance relationship: Far apart yet close together

Like it or not, we live in a global village. Rarely do children grow up and spend their ripe old age within a 100km of their birth place. With nuclear and satellite families, there is no reliable support-network to fall back on when one has to travel far and wide to eke out a living

The Power of Habit By Charles Duhigg

The Power of Habit is not a self-help book, but an in-depth look at the science of habit formation and change.

Omnivore’s Dilemma A Natural History of Four Meals By Michael Pollan

We can eat whatever we want, but figuring out what not to eat is not easy. Some foods make us sick or can even kill.This in short is the Omnivore’s Dilemma.

Salad Dressings: Dressed to Please

See your salads come alive with these delectable dressings