Entries by Michelle Wong

Sweetness of Life

Been feeling a bit blue today, partially from the rainy weather and partially from feeling a bit lonely… As I pondered about what nurturing and happy thing to do for myself, I decided that I needed some sweetness in my life and went to visit my favourite Rain Or Shine ice cream shop. I walked […]

Follow the Light

I recently watched Croods for the first time with my children. Over the years, there has been a few times that we’ve attempted to watch this animated movie but either it was due to the quality or something we never ended up watching it.  Finally watching this movie at this point of time in my […]

Graced by An Angel

Recently we had to move again, I had packed all our suitcases and was getting ready to go and move everything into the car and head to the hotel in downtown for a few days while we found another place to rent.  In light of last year’s experience of moving 7 times, a part of […]

Ground Hog Day

“For the past thirty-three years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘if today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer has been No for too many days in a row, I know I need […]

I Wish, I wish

We dropped my husband off at the airport yesterday as he needed to head back to Hong Kong to work after staying with us for 2 months. The days leading up to his departure was bitter sweet, we were so happy spending time together yet we all knew that it would be painful to part […]

Tending the Moments in Life

Living in Hong Kong has not been an easy journey. In the quest for a way to be able to connect to nature and stillness amidst this dense, fast-paced, crowded city has definitely been a challenge for me. I find that daily, I long for peace and stillness, and the quietness of being in the […]

Bonny Casel Shares Her Story & Life Purpose

Bonny Casel ~ Teacher and Director of School of Natural Medicine, UK “I believe that the most important part of finding your life path is to have integrity as a person. Live what you know to be true, and your life path will find you.” When I was five years old my mother developed breast […]

Emotion Release Activities With Your Child

Angry Letters One exercise for releasing anger I do with my children is Angry Letters. I give them a piece of paper and crayons and ask them to draw out all the angry or sadness, or whatever emotion is bothering them that are still in their tummy. I let them draw as much as they […]