What is a downtime? A time when one is not working or active. What is a timeout ? Time for rest or recreation away from one’s usual work or studies. I hit a mental saturation 2 months ago. Having a timeout wasn’t really an option then because I was having my exams in a month. I kept pushing myself. I hadn’t gone out in a … Continue reading Why do you need a downtime/ timeout ?
Honestly, am really running out of ideas to post something new.😁 The heat and college life is draining me. So I guess, I’ll take some time out for myself and for you as well and read some good posts by all you amazing and talented bloggers out there. What you need to do ? Comment below and leave a link to your blog. I promise to … Continue reading Let’s talk folks !
I have been very busy lately because of my college fest. And also our 8th semester exams are almost here, though I haven’t read anything yet ! Those who aren’t from India, wouldn’t be aware with the semester system here. Here’s a quick Intro. I am pursuing M.B.B.S. from a college in kolkata, India. M.B.B.S. stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. It … Continue reading How to contact me?
Work atleast 10,000 hours in an area before you can become super successful at it. – Malcolm Gladwell. This was quoted by Barb Caffrey in a recent conversation we had, from a book by Malcolm Gladwell’s OUTLIERS. And it was very comforting. I have never been so motivated by any quote as this ! It gave me a sense of security and peace, that my … Continue reading Lines that inspire #2
Joy and sorrow are two sides of the same coin. Joy is sorrow unmasked. Until you feel sorrow, how will you cherish Joy? We need to acknowledge the fact that Joy and sorrow come together, while one is on board, the other one sleeps. Sorrow can be a bully, but don’t let it pierce your heart and disgruntle your soul. Our sufferings, our sorrows, just … Continue reading Reading Marathon- THE PROPHET- Part I. Joy and Sorrow.
I’ll be having a reading marathon of Kahlil Gibran’s 12 greatest works. I am definitely not a book person, but I will be reading these and will be giving my own interpretation of how these can be related to our lives, in the hope that it will help both you and me. My mother, who is a voracious reader, has insisted me to read his works … Continue reading Reading with a purpose.