As a Chartered Accountant I often get these comments “Oh you are a CA, you know all about financial markets. Can you give us a few tips on which stocks to invest in?” Now to clear a few misconceptions. As a CA my main area of focus is accountancy. I did study a subject on… Continue reading Build your wealth the smart way
I read the “Confessions of a Shopaholic” by Sophie Kinsella and I had tears streaming down my eyes. For once, here was someone who knew exactly how it felt to be a shopaholic. The adrenaline rush of buying that gleamy Coach Handbag and Hermes scarf and walking down the road head lead high as the… Continue reading Never would I have thought in my wildest dreams…
The baby is 6 months old today and as I walk out of the house, dressed up in my newly bought “Tommy Hilfilger” formal dress and Clarks suede shoes, it feels surreal. A part of me is apprehensive of leaving behind my precious bundle of joy but the other part is excited to go out… Continue reading Que Sera Sera #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z
A few days before I was to get married, my close friend’s mom gave me some advice which stood apart from the usual unwarranted advice I was receiving as a bride to be. She told me- “You might think that what I say is wrong and I am teaching you bad things like keeping secrets… Continue reading Is money ruining your marriage?
I gave it up all, the plush office, the Merc and Audi, the expensive champagne and holidays at exotic locations, the tuxedo and even my wedding ring. A day came when I realised I had it all but I was missing peace, inner contenmnt. I started off on a new journey, all alone, sans the… Continue reading Nirvana #FFFAW #FlashFiction
I opened the Sunday Times to devour its contents hungrily- one of the perks of the weekend is being able to read the newspaper leisurely as against a weekday when I am in a mad frenzy with the toddler tugging my dress and me trying to scan the front page, the business section and the… Continue reading Here’s why I am the Badass Woman@work
Survival of the fittest is what Darwin propagated and times are only going to get tougher. It’s time we brace ourselves up and develop resilience to combat the challenges life throws at us. Who knows a job cut may turn out to be a blessing in disguise? It may pave the way to take up that passion you secretly nurtured as a full time profession.