Dr. Ivy Ge's blog: mini-post series

Thought Bubbles

A collection of mini-posts on how to understand and cope with life’s challenges and uncertainties, especially during times of crisis.

Dr. Ivy Ge, speaker, professor, author of The Art of Good Enough

Hi, I'm Dr. Ivy Ge.

I’m an award-winning author, professor, and actor with degrees in business, engineering, and pharmacy.

I’ve lived in three countries and worked in diverse fields. These experiences taught me how to make changes for lasting growth.

I write this blog to show you how you can change your life, too.  

My book, The Art of Good Enough, received the 2020 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award, silver medal.

My writings and interviews have been featured on PBS, Thrive Global, Working Mother magazine, Parentology, and The Times of India.  

Thought Bubbles

How This Bedtime Ritual Made My Days Run Smoother

A few months ago, I picked up a new bedtime routine. Lying in bed at night, I envision the following day being a perfect one. Here’s what happened… Read here

The Beauty of Keeping Everything the Same

I came across this article about a farmer who eats the same dinner every night. He said, “If someone offered me £2M to move, I would tell them to keep it.” Read here

Life Lessons in a Mirror

 

If you put truth in front of a mirror, is what you see in the mirror still true? Read here

Find Your Simple Wonders of Life

Today is my birthday, and I got a pie for the occasion. It made me think of all those choices I’d made that set me off in a domino effect. Read here

3 Simple Steps to Take Control of Fear When You’re Scared

The more you contemplate your own inadequacy, the harder it is to take action. Here are the 3 simple steps to take control of fear when you’re scared.

What to Do When You Can’t Stop Worrying?

Worries are the punishment delivered before a sentence. But sometimes, you just can’t stop worrying. Follow these 3 easy steps to reign in your worries.  

How to Set Priorities When Everything Is important?

We all have so much to do and so little time! The golden rule is to eliminate, automate, and delegate. For the remaining tasks, use these steps to prioritize. 

What to Do When Things Don't Work out?

Are you disappointed with how your life turned out? You’re tired, stressed, and anxious. What should you do when nothing seems to work out the way you want? Read more here.

How to Get Your Kids Excited to Learn?

Are you disappointed with how your life turned out? You’re tired, stressed, and anxious. What should you do when nothing seems to work out the way you want? Read more here.

The Pandemic First Aid to the Burnout Moms

You can’t use your old way of thinking to solve a new problem. Start with listing things you can still control, no matter how small they are. Read more here.

The Silver Lining in Everything

For the first time, my son celebrated his birthday without me. When he cut the birthday cake with my husband, I was a hundred miles away at a trauma center… Read more here.

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