Holidays, where are you?

I abhor my body clock as it jeopardizes my morning timetable. I don’t know why I wake up in the middle of the night. As soon as open my eyes, my hands search for my phone where I straightaway open my mail. I read all the new arrivals, mark my tasks and again get backContinue reading “Holidays, where are you?”

A letter for You!

Saturday nights are stormy. They come with a gust of emotions and overthinking is at its peak. You enter a zone where you question everything happening around. And on one such night, I was on my bed with my brain grinding hard in search of an idea for a startup that I dream to beginContinue reading “A letter for You!”

Don’t let your anger from work spill to your home

There is so much of disturbance around my workplace. The mixer grinder is twirling in full swing crushing the tomatoes for the soup we are going to drink in the evening. My brother’s teacher is explaining the dividend distribution model, one of his first online lectures scheduled for the day. And despite telling him forContinue reading “Don’t let your anger from work spill to your home”

Forests are beautiful. For they know the importance of self-care.

Working out is very important. We strive harder and harder to burn the maximum calories. However, a good workout should be followed by an adequate recovery. A good recovery is as important as your workout. It is a great practice to normalize your heartbeat gradually rather than suddenly, clean off the sweat and be backContinue reading “Forests are beautiful. For they know the importance of self-care.”

Don’t look for peace on the internet. It’s all in your habits.

Undoubtedly internet is a temporary escape to most of our problems. It helps us to clear our mind where we keep scrolling and new content keeps popping up. And thanks to the artificial intelligence, all posts and advertisements are curated based on our likes and preferences. So, leaving the phone and closing the social mediaContinue reading “Don’t look for peace on the internet. It’s all in your habits.”