Books to Read in 2021

Here is the list of books I’ve made which I have to read in 2021. Some, are small, some are long; but the journey is going to be fun!

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Barely A Brain Fart

Some farts don’t stink. This is not one of those. This is just a result of some extreme efforts at procrastination towards writing and conveniently and comfortably naming it as “Writer’s Block”. Ok. I haven’t gone mad. Let me cut to the chase. I’ve been planning to come up with a series where I post […]

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So much to do and There’s no Time. It’s killing us

Hey there! If anyone would’ve asked me what I was doing at any point of the day three months back I would’ve said I write for my blog, write short stories, read books, play GTA (or perhaps a Batman game), study for my exams, learn to play the guitar, do 3 Coursera courses, cycle 30km, […]

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Why do you like what you do?

Some people love their jobs and some don’t.
Some hate their jobs and some don’t.

But why does one fall in any one of the above categories?

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Why toppers lie before exams?

If you’ve felt like ripping apart someone’s head when they say they know nothing before an exam and go on to top it, this is a post you should read!

A humble defence by a topper of sorts!

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Just this once…

Have you ever said, ” Just this once, I’ll skip it. I promise I’ll do it tomorrow?”

And the tomorrow never comes?

This post is about how fragile our habits are!

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What’s responsibility bias all about?

If you have ever worked in a team, or have heard someone say, “Damn it! It is me who always has to do all the work!” or have yourself said it (in some cases it is true! But, I’m going to talk about the rest of the times), you are not alone.
This post is to help understand why we feel so.

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Waking Up to the Ghosts of the Morning | Short Story

When the alarms start blaring and lights turn on, that’s when the ghosts come out.
No longer confined to nights and full moons they haunt mercilessly with smiles…
And the fate of a family is at stake.

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