Writing, Being #WriteMyCommunity #MicroblogMondays

Oct 20

Writing, Being #WriteMyCommunity #MicroblogMondays

I weaned myself off the digital world last week. Oh yes, I posted here. But writing is the easiest part of blogging, isn’t it? Then the weekend arrived. Family was home. A good time was had by all, as we caught up with the week’s leftover stuff and simply enjoyed being with each other. My weekend was filled with books, cooking, writing and...

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To A Child Love is spelled TIME

Oct 17

To A Child Love is spelled TIME

To a child Love is spelled TIME Vaishali is a 9 year old girl. Her parents are Sheela and Raj. Both are highflyers in corporate jobs. Vaishali was an unplanned child.When they got married, they had no plans of starting a family for at least five years. However, life had different plans. When Sheela discovered she was pregnant, she was upset and even contemplated...

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Anger Management Tips

Oct 15

Anger Management Tips

Do you ever get angry? D’uh! I know – there are times when you feel that breaking something (or someone) is the only way you’ll feel better, right? Yep. Everyone gets angry. In moderation, all feelings are natural. But an excess can cause health issues and in this instance – anger – can cause mental health problems. It is the same with suppressed anger....

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Sharing My Favorite Links And #Gratitude

Oct 14

Sharing My Favorite Links And #Gratitude

Sharing is caring. Do you agree? And so is gratitude. So here I am, first sharing some of my favorite links for Day 4 of the Write Tribe 7 days to rediscovering your blogging groove where the prompt is “Write a link post” and then moving on to my gratitude list. My favorite browser plugins They make my time online pleasant, easy and fun. 1. Hootsuite...

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Book Review Business Doctors @KamatSameer

Oct 13

Book Review Business Doctors @KamatSameer

When Sameer Kamat emailed me asking if I’d read and review his book, “Business Doctors” and sent a blurb, I found it intriguing enough to want to read the book. I said yes, and he sent me a print copy of the book right away. First, I want to thank Sameer for his patience – for waiting months for this book review. In my defense…uh..what...

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