Earlier today, I met an old friend from school - Govind.I honestly can't remember when we met last. Was it in 2015, for the wedding of a mutual friend? Or, did we get a chance to meet in 2014, before Govind enrolled for his MS Program in one of the top US Universities? He came … Continue reading Meeting An Old Friend
Most of us have ghosts from the past. I have my own share of skeletons in the closet - memories I'd rather delete from my mind, than let them pop up at the most inopportune of times.One among them, is my first 'job' (if I can even call it a job that is). Thanks to … Continue reading My First Job: A Memory With A Watermark
Yesterday, Shakespeare told me in French, that he's writing a book, through Duolingo. Subtle.
Traveling—it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. The first time I came across this quote from the renowned Moroccan Scholar - Ibn Batuta, my instantaneous response was negative. Not because I consider the words of one of the greatest traveling scholars that ever lived, to be sacrilege. My reaction to this quote, had more to … Continue reading Travel: Life-Changing Experience, or Overrated Indulgence?
Quick question: How are you feeling now? As in, right now? At this very moment? If you found this post through Social Media, there is a fair chance that you may not be at your best mental/emotional state yourself, having read umpteen social media posts from people writing evocatively about their perfect lives through Instagram stories, Facebook posts, and what … Continue reading Six Hacks To Stay Positive And To Make The World A Better Place
On April 4, 2017 - It'll be an year since I joined my dream company - Automattic, as a Happiness Engineer. It's been one hell of a ride! I'm super-excited, and eternally grateful to be a part of this.
I have always been a blogger. Even before I actually had a blog, that is. My first 'blog' was a dilapidated diary, where I'd scribble away my ramblings as a seventh grade kid. I call it a 'blog', since my 'family members' used to pry on my writings, and all my ramblings were public knowledge … Continue reading A New Lease Of Life.