Being Inclusive

If you are progressive, reasonably open-minded like me, and believe in letting people live their own reality, it is very natural to think of yourself as inclusive. Before we move on with this blog, let me clarify what I mean by being inclusive. – In short, it’s countless small things you can do to make … Continue reading Being Inclusive

The bane of Social Media.

Suddenly we were wide open to judgements, anything that was written was subjected to scrutiny to the minutest details. Everything that we said was hashed, rehashed and opinions formed. Camps were made, groups shaped and there was no place for expression. There was treachery, lewdness, obscenity, and worst-case, even a threat to life. But that’s not what this article is about. It is about another issue, that’s become more prevalent with the advent of social media – ‘Comparititis’

Why new year resolutions don’t really work.

Rituparna Ghosh, The Friendly Neighbourhood Coach Yes! It is that time of the year, new beginnings, new things, new habits to be developed, new wins to be achieved. Till I began my work life, (post that it was always reviews and appraisals, ugh) new year has always been my favourite time of the year. Riding … Continue reading Why new year resolutions don’t really work.