Storyworthy | Matthew Dicks | Book Review

There are a few books that touch you. Some books resonate with you deeply. Storyworthy was one such book for me. I picked it up without reading the blurb expecting this book to help me with my short stories. But this book was about life and how we can find stories in our daily lives and bring those stories to life.

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My Sleepless Nights | Manohar Grandhi | Book Review

Spoiler Free Review My Sleepless Nights is a book that took me back to the days I had a super erratic sleep schedule! This book was way too relatable! This book totally lived up to its name and is totally worth reading! Title: My Sleepless NightsAuthor: Manohar GrandhiGenre: NonfictionPages: 62Rating: 4/5Links: Goodreads | AmazonImage Credits: […]

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Virtual Volunteer | Manohar Grandhi | Book Review

A month ago, Manohar reached out to me to review two of his books. And I was having a super huge reading slump. And finally, I picked up Virtual Volunteer. I’ve been deep into volunteering for the last five years and always had a lot of ideas about how volunteering should be like and wanted […]

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Have you worked hard just to barely get any results? | Plateau Effect

Hey there! Remember the times when you were motivated to work out and you sign up for a gym? Or perhaps you’re like me who believes that the gym isn’t a necessity to get fit? Either way, if you stuck around for a few days, you would’ve observed that your muscles begin to improve and […]

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Can making mistakes make you admirable? | The Pratfall Effect

Hey there! I’ve had been through a couple of interviews and in each one, I felt I somehow botched it. In some, I was selected (and that came as a surprise). In some, I was rejected (as expected). But, what if there is another effect that is at play oblivious to us? How is it […]

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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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