We can feel a gazillion feelings at once. Yet it’s amazing how we’re able to hide them from the world while living our mundane lives.
From a blogging hobbyist to a businesswoman – how to think like a businesswoman to make that transition?
Translating an idea to a business calls for a mindset change
It so happens that I’ve always struggled with my deep-seated need to be liked and accepted. I built my world around satisfying this need. Every time I met someone … Continue reading
‘How’ we think about the choices we make, can either limit us or set us free.
As I read the interesting true story How a Password Changed my Life, I found the author’s logic of approaching the issue fascinating. At the outset, there are of course, numerous … Continue reading
Was watching Rizzoli & Isles last night. Police Detective Jane’s mother, Angela had been secretly dating her boss, Sean (Lieutenant of the Boston Police Department’s Homicide Squad) after her husband divorced … Continue reading
I was reading an essay, “Childless, naturally – Reflections on not being a mother” by Urvashi Butalia yesterday and it brought back memories. I’ve been childless for the longest time – my daughter was … Continue reading
I was flipping through the various fairy tales displayed at the bookstore wondering what to buy for my daughter. Very keen that she too reads all the books I’d read … Continue reading
As I’d mentioned in Mindless, I enjoy my daily dose of watching quirky law enforcement officers battling crime and criminals. Not surprisingly, in most cases, the impact of certain crucial relationships … Continue reading
A resounding NO! Lately I’ve gotten into the habit of watching television every evening. There was a time when I proudly proclaimed that I had no time for mindless television … Continue reading
Like many a mobile DINK couple, we’ve been moving around quite often – this is the fourth city where we’ve set-up home. But since our daughter was born, suddenly I … Continue reading