With all the free time we have on our hands during this quarantine period, it’s so easy to be looking at someone else’s life, and at the same time, so hard not to be comparing it to our own. For the past few months, I have come across moments like these when I just couldn’t… Continue reading Are you enough?
Mother’s Day was celebrated recently, and it’s heartwarming to know how people got creative in recognizing and appreciating the women of their lives despite the pandemic. Motherhood is hard to begin with, but Corona definitely took this ineffable role into a different level. Throughout the outbreak, I have been graced with stories from different mothers and… Continue reading Corona, Motherhood, and Me
“She would defend herself, saying that love, no matter what else it might be, was a natural talent. She would say: You are either born knowing how, or you never know.” This line was from the famous book “Love at the time of cholera”. The book talked about how love can be as painful and… Continue reading Love in the time of Corona
How does one’s Sunday usually look like? Gathering in the office on a Sunday is not a usual thing for sure, but for the love of Diversity and Inclusion, these ERG volunteers got up early, reflected on the previous year, and had their thinking caps on as they planned 2020 away. The event was opened… Continue reading For the love of Diversity and Inclusion
And just like that, the first month of 2020 is over - as if it passed by like a blink of an eye. But with all the catastrophic events that have happened recently, we can say that January has indeed left - but did not go unnoticed. Perhaps as the fireworks blasted on New Year's… Continue reading Staying 20/20 in 2020