Kimberly Lorena

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14 free things to do in Paris

At under an hour away by train, Paris makes for an attractive short break for Londoners.<p>But the city of love doesn’t come cheap - if you’re not …

Why Throwing Yourself Into the Unknown Can Be the Best Thing You Can Do to Yourself

Most of us are scared of diving into the unknown, of uncertainty, of unfamiliarity, of not knowing what's going to happen. We are scared that things could go wrong, that things will be uncomfortable, and that things might not go as expected.<p>But throwing yourself into the unknown can be very …

10 Things Emotionally Intelligent People Do Not Do

Emotional intelligence is probably the most powerful yet undervalued trait in our society.<p>We believe in rooting our everyday functions in logic and reason, yet we come to the same conclusions after long periods of contemplation as we do in the blink of an eye. Our leaders sorely overlook the human …

Happiness

Travel special: Dambulla, lost in space and time

Dambulla, a small town in central Sri Lanka, can be quite the shape-shifter. Aruna Rathod finds quiet and revelry, a world-heritage site and a forest …

The Most Important Phrase for Expats in Colombo, Sri Lanka: ‘I Know a Guy’

By<p>Surekha Ahgir Yadav<p>COLOMBO, Sri Lanka–”I know a guy” is the single most important and commonly used phrase in casual business conversations in Colombo.<p>This South Asian city has a surprisingly sophisticated corporate scene, excellent internet connections, an array of professional advertising and …

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka From Above: Climbing Sigirya

<b>France has the Eiffel Tower. Egypt has the pyramids. China has the Great Wall.</b>Three different countries, but they have something in common: there is …