One of my fondest memories which I am certain will be etched in my mind forever is the birth of my daughter. The birthing experience, which thankfully was not as messy and painful as I had imagined it to be, is what contributed to this being a pleasant memory. When I was carrying my child,… Continue reading Baby on board- here is what you need to know about your baby’s food and development
Reena Mundra – 40, single mom, corporate honcho- one of the the youngest and dynamic women leaders to have reached the pinnacle of success at such a young age. She had smashed the glass ceiling and was the beacon of hope to so many young women out there who were fighting misogyny and striving to… Continue reading Living the nightmare #ShortStory
My first tryst with A to Z, and boy I am excited about it! My previous experiences with Blogchatter campaigns have been wonderful- professionally managed, a great network and tips from seasoned bloggers- they have it all. My theme shouldn’t come as a surprise for those who read me regularly and have a good sense… Continue reading #BlogchatterA2Z Theme Reveal 2018- Take a sneak peak
As a part of the Diversity Network at my workplace, we hosted a talented and strong woman leader in our Coffee Corner session which is a candid informal conversation over coffee where people from junior levels get to meet and interact with a senior leader/leaders. The conversations range across diverse topics like career progression, networking… Continue reading Because you are a woman
It had just started snowing and Merlin couldn’t stop rushing out to the balcony every few minutes to stretch out her arms and feel the snowflakes. She loved winters. It was funny- the local people here loved summers as summers is when you could go out for a swim, sip a beer sitting in the… Continue reading And she chose her happily ever after #ShortStory
A truly empowering moment for me as a working mother came when I could choose to go on a 2.5 month long assignment to a different country, miles apart leaving my daughter behind. Why do I call it empowering? Thats because I could exercise my choice here, my free will, not obligated to make a… Continue reading Are women truly empowered in developed countries?
Doesn’t this quote resonate with you? For me, the past few months since I stumbled upon Vidya Sury’s Gratitude Circle, I have come to believe in the power of practising gratitude. I joined this monthly blog hop from September. It was quite a happening month with my business trip coming up but as every time new… Continue reading An eventful year it turned out to be #GratitudePost