Category: Experiences

#1 First, stop this one thing! #MyDearSleep

The previous blog — Prologue ‘Energy’ is required for performing action in the world. While there are so many sources through which we can acquire this energy, there is one constant source available for all of us — ‘sleep. There is one more source which we commonly used to do, partially because they are easily available to us for …

“My dreams will fly.”

5 January 2022 – On another action-packed Wednesday, as I was quickly skimming through the multiple tabs of Google Sheets at the office (the TN State Project Office of School Education Department) – a notification suddenly got all my attention. It was a message from one of my students who is currently studying Class IX …

The power cut and the YouTube live! :)

26 September 2020 Around 6.15 PM, as I was wrapping up the EduRise Adobe Photoshop Workshop in தமிழ் – I was feeling quite happy, because I had the opportunity to work with the software after so many years. I loved doing graphic design – but I’ve always been a fan of Canva, because of it’s …

#Turning26 and first time on Instagram live!

Birthdays are always special to me for so many reasons – it helps me to reconnect with my friends and family with their wishes and blessings most importantly, it also helps me to reflect over the progress I’ve made and help me set new goals and bucket list for the upcoming year! It also reminds …

#JourneyOf1001Miles – Stick to basics!

On that specific day, I was able to walk so fast.  There’s no heavy school bag required – as per my teacher’s instructions, only the lunch bag along with a notebook and pen was all that I needed.  The one mile walk from my house to the school, which usually takes me approx. 30 minutes …

#JourneyOf1001Miles – Not another travel blog!

“The journey of 1000 miles, begins with a single step” – This is a very popular quote that a lot us must’ve heard (often told by someone during our stagnant times, to help us get started on something!) But the truth is, the journey, though it begins with a single step, it is followed by …

The piece of chalk!

“You’re handwriting is too small on the black board.  It will be difficult for other students to copy it down.  Better, you don’t continue writing.” The teacher grabbed the white piece of chalk from his hands, and asked him to sit down on his place.  Feeling rejected once again, he came down to his seating …