Author Archives: priyasingh

I am not here to please you

“Well-behaved women seldom make history” – Laurel Thatcher Ulrich This is my first workplace experience of blatant sexism. I hope none of you have gone through anything like this, but if you have, please speak up and resist because this is … Continue reading

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Forgotten happy dreams

“And then some days you wake up and everything’s perfect.” – David Nicholls, One Day I woke up today with a very happy feeling. This happens every once in a while and I call them my superpower days. For some reason, … Continue reading

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Did this really happen? Again?

While I am still in abject shock over what happened in Bangalore over New Year’s, I can’t believe our politicians, and in case they have forgotten, our custodians, keep making careless statements displaying their ignorance and indifference to this grave issue. … Continue reading

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New Year Resolutions anyone?

I personally dont like the idea of new year resolutions because overall, I am an organised person. Not very much organised in thoughts, but in actions, yes. I dont overindulge in anything and have very strong self restraint and self … Continue reading

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Women – You need to keep rocking the boat

Every now and then, I hear my female colleagues mention how hard their life is, managing house and work, along with kids. This becomes frequent when their husband’s fall sick, even a minor cold. Their world stops and they become the babysitter. … Continue reading

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Women – Raise your bars, please!

A friend of mine recently got married and just came to the US a week back. She called me today to plan a meet-up. I was so elated to hear her voice as I was speaking to her after a long … Continue reading

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To My Superman!

So my Dad retired last week after approx. 33 years of public service. While I expected him to be a little sad and quiet about it, it was really surprising for me to see him excited and in fact looking … Continue reading

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