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Roles Women Play – Career Woman #WomensDay

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In my second post on the Roles Women Play, I want to talk about the role of a career woman. I have shared my thoughts about women at work during the A2Z blogging challenge of professional life. In my corporate career I have come across many women; several of them I like, few I admire, and a handful that I would like to emulate. Julie Woods-Moss is one of the latter. Julie is my boss’s boss’s boss. She is also…

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Attention to Detail is Passé and Why it can be a Disaster!

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First it was Miss Universe 2015 and then it was Oscars 2016. Two glaring examples of goof ups at a large public event, one that was probably being witnessed by millions around the globe in real time. I did not remember a similar incident in the last few decades of conscious memory and a quick Google search did not reveal anything either. This made me ponder at the timing of these occurrences. Why only recently? Now, I am not pinning…

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5 Lessons I Learnt From NaNoWriMo

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This year, I did not complete the NaNoWriMo. At the beginning of November, I was so so sure that I would nail it this year. I had a story line with the plot twists and turns, characters straight in my head  and even the book cover down. In the first three days, I did more then 5k words… then…. came travel, injuries, sickness and distractions… all of these stood their ground in blocking my way and kept me away from…

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Anjlee Shah

The Shaadi Brouhaha.. : Arranged Marriage Hungama by Anjlee Shah #BookReview

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I vaguely remember an interaction with Anjlee Shah before the release of The Shaadi Brouhaha, when she was promoting the book on social media. I remember reading an excerpt and making a mental note to pick this up. Then, the usual happened. You know, work, baby, travel and all that. I forgot about it. Fast forward to today, where armed with a Kindle Unlimited subscription for a year, I prowl the catalogue for interesting reads. The book popped up again…

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