#SOCS March 13- Day That Starts well Doesn’t Necessarily Ends Well

Linda’s #SoCS prompt this week: I thought it would be interesting to see not just how everyone has coped, in last year or not, over the last year, but to share our common experiences as a way to connect, to feel a little less alone, perhaps. Basically, talk about your last year is what I’m saying, whetherContinue reading “#SOCS March 13- Day That Starts well Doesn’t Necessarily Ends Well”

Day 30: Your Highs and Lows For The Month

The positive person in me is thinking of more highs than low which is great! Isn’t it?  This is the last blog from the 30 Day Writing Challenge and writing this blog and completing the challenge has been a big high for the month gone by for sure.  I have tried many individual challenges butContinue reading “Day 30: Your Highs and Lows For The Month”

Day 29: What Are Your Goals For Next 30 days?

Writing this blog took me back to my corporate days where we did this goal setting exercise at the beginning of the year. The timing is also perfect. I have also used the same principle of not have more than 3 main goals and 3 sub goals in each of the category. Keep it simpleContinue reading “Day 29: What Are Your Goals For Next 30 days?”

Day 24: Write About A lesson You have the Learnt The Hard Way

It has to be “Catch the signals and act on them”  We often hear about “it was happening in front of me but I ignored and carried on” or “I could sense it but never thought it will happen to me”.  We often miss the signals and they are pretty much all around us.  Continue reading “Day 24: Write About A lesson You have the Learnt The Hard Way”

002. The Day It Collapsed

The chest physician got me admitted in the hospital as the X-ray that day had shown a major lung congestion. Other than that, most of the reports were normal but I had breathing difficulty and major fatigue, so he had advised oxygen support, put me on steroids for immediate relief and I was also givenContinue reading “002. The Day It Collapsed”