I hit the Crossword book store in my area this weekend with a fool proof plan. Leave the kids in the play area for an hour and use that time to browse the book shelves. I haven't been there much since the Covid hit. Crossword is the one of the favourite hangout spots for me … Continue reading The Almanack of Naval Ravikant
I read the book Effortless by Greg McKeown last week. The subtitle reads Make it Easier to Do What Matters Most. I loved Greg's previous book Essentialism and posted about it here in this link. It struck a chord and I felt it was closer to what I have been thinking about for quite sometime. … Continue reading Effortless
Have you ever realized that your friends and relatives are powerful change agents? They could be the catalysts that speed up the progress that you were hoping for. Let me give an example. I usually do not have too many people visiting my home. We are in a city where we have no relatives. I … Continue reading Your relatives are your change agents
When I open news channels, I see only destruction. When I open my balcony, I see this beautiful nest crafted by two purple Sunbirds. Destruction brings sorrow, Creation brings joy!
I have been blogging from 2008 on and off - mostly off. I have a little over 200 posts in my blog. I never thought this will happen. In January 2020, I wrote a post Can you earn from side hustles? It did gather some likes and followers. I then followed it up in December … Continue reading Milestone
I finished reading the books Chanakya in Daily Life followed by the Tamil thriller Chidambara Ragasiyam this year and started reading Hyper Focus by Chris Bailey. I was well over the 50% mark and then the bomb dropped. I was casually checking my WordPress Reader feed and stumbled on this blog post: My Book Release … Continue reading The Amazing Road Trip Home
Did I click bait you? That's how I felt when the "Pocket" recommendation in my Firefox read "6 ways to Delete Yourself from the internet". I clicked it immediately with confidence that one of the tips would be remove yourself from the unwanted subscriptions. The sub-heading was even more promising - "You’ll never be able … Continue reading How to delete yourself from the internet?
Two years ago, I was googling for iPad recommendations. Then magically I started seeing all the iPad related videos on my YouTube feed. One such recommendation was Ali Abdaal's YouTube channel. I liked the style and delivery and was stalking his contents. That’s how I stumbled across his videos on Active Recall and Spaced repetition … Continue reading On Learning Methods
I wish you and your family a very happy, healthy and a wonderful new year! I started the new year on a positive note by reading a book instead of watching the mindless shows on the telly. I completed reading Chanakya in Daily Life by Radhakrishnan Pillai. I had downloaded this book in my kindle … Continue reading Happy New Year!