Category Archives: work

All that I learned by striking out on my own

This weekend, R and I complete a whole year of our relocation. And my entire digital presence is testimony to the crests and troughs I have had through this relocation madness. I am not going to repeat myself except just some closing … Continue reading

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The year so far

Once again, my best laid plans to document my life and opinions regularly here on the blog have taken a back seat. Because 2017 is turning out to be a whirlwind of a year. In a very, very good way. … Continue reading

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More on going back to work

Because looks like I am not done yet. And no, it’s not just the blog that is suffering this sudden but hardly newfound diarrhoea of opinions, ideas, thoughts, and judgments. I have been talking INCESSANTLY! The husband, in one of … Continue reading

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Wide eyed wonder of a 30+ full time employee, part time wanderer

So the world and its third cousin knows that my sabbatical got over as quickly as it started – at least in my head. Four months of unadulterated freedom but the financial kind (unless you count depleting savings as financial independence) but … Continue reading

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An ode to (not just a) house 

We had a long house hunting project recently. The lease for the old one expired and everything we saw was either too rich, too poor, too much, too less. Or something. Because we were so taken in by the old … Continue reading

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On moving on..

For most part of my working life, I didn’t get why organizations made such a hoopla about people moving on. Considering I was usually the one moving on, you can say it was a somewhat biased opinion. I finish seven years … Continue reading

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There is more to PR than make up. I thought you’d know but I don’t want to take chances.

I have been in public relations for almost three years now, and it has been a good run. Clients that usually respected a good idea, bosses that more often than not, gave me the freedom to follow my heart, teams … Continue reading

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