‘What do you do at work?’ A rising tingle of stress creeps up whenever I try to answer this question. Heck, attempting to write this piece is nerve-racking. Major Disclaimer: Any opinion that I happen to express here is solely my own and not of my employer’s and colleagues. Well, for starters, I work in … Continue reading What I do at Work
Since the Circuit Breaker started, those privileged enough to work from home have been trying out different ways to stay active. Some jog to get some fresh air, some go for live workouts on Zoom, and then some turn to YouTube. My best friends and I started meeting online for various challenges by YouTube fitness … Continue reading Listen to thy body: #workoutchallenges
Has anyone ever experienced this? When family or friends recommend shows on Netflix, it takes time for you to actually get into it. The higher the hype, the higher the likelihood for you to not watch it. A couple of friends have tried to get me into Money Heist for years and I’m still hesitating … Continue reading Netflix & Guilt
Reading: Brief Answers to the Big Questions by Stephen HawkingIs there a God? This is probably my biggest question. I do not identify as an atheist. Nor do I see myself as a religious person. I sit right smack in the middle, where I’m constantly learning about things and events that have led me to … Continue reading While I Read (#1)
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(Written 13th March 2020) It is the biggest experiment, in the midst of being conducted all across the globe. It’s scary that we have to do this, but at the same time…Yippee! No early mornings, no morning rush hour, no time lost wondering what to wear or whether or not to have breakfast. A colleague … Continue reading The Pro’s & Con’s of WFH
(Written 8th March 2020) I needed the influenza flu vaccine since I was about to travel. Given the current situation, I decided that having the vaccine regardless of whether I'm actually going or not is not a bad thing. If anything, its one less virus to worry about for the next year. (Flu vaccines are … Continue reading Signs
All's well, ends well 🙂 A new chapter. New opportunities. New perspectives. New content. To old friends and new, stay tuned.