Category Archives: Personal

Learning through Writing

The life of a writer is that of a generalist. We are the jack of all trades. And that itself has lended me the most powerful insight: to be a learner, I just have to take the next logical step. As a proud generalist, I have broken down complex topics into simple terms and simple terms into clear messages, and clear messages into actionable, understandable items. One careful step, every time. Continue reading

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Working from Home: A Revelation

The biggest revelation, however, is that it brought forth what years of married life could not: we stand by each-other. Continue reading

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How does writing make you a better person?

How does writing make you a better person?

I chose to answer this question on my site. Continue reading

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Get Your Writing Space

Anything that helps you write, including the non-interconnected things like a window or a rain on the other side of it. Your writing space is your little world where words strike you. It is different for everyone; it should be. Your writing space defines you as much as it defines the work you do. Continue reading

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What Makes up a Good Novel?

A lot of people ask similar questions to me about writing. Most of them are clueless about where to begin. Some of them are clueless about how to end. And the remaining keep bothering about hitting a writer’s block even … Continue reading

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What Writing Means to Me

Writing is that folklore that records, refers, and rekindles life. It is that act of play where you are both the actor and the audience. Continue reading

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