When we think of decision fatigue, we usually associate it with people in powerful positions. We think of people jumping from one meeting to another who need to make the right calls on key issues every day of their lives. We don’t associate it with people like you and me. We may not be deliberating life-altering choices, but the sheer volume of the decisions in … Continue reading 3 tips to beat decision fatigue and simplify your life!
How many times have you postponed a task only to realise that it took you all of 20 minutes to get it done? How many times have you compromised spending time on your hobbies and goals because you needed to focus on a last-minute task? How many times have you felt the need to do something you value, but never really found that time? The … Continue reading Staying on top of your Life Admin
You know how looking at old photos brings a smile on your face? A happy smile, a sad smile or a smile wishing you could go back in time? That’s what reading old journal entries does for me. I started writing a journal 4 years back and it’s amazing to see the impact of writing down thoughts and feelings. It wasn’t one of those activities … Continue reading Choosing the right habits
Before 2020’s plot twist changed the course of most of our lives, I would try and do as much as I could with my phone and laptop. Tracking lists, finances, emails, notes, paying bills -everything. I found it convenient that wherever I go, I could do anything from the comfort of my phone and laptop. Now every aspect of my life has become virtual. From … Continue reading Stepping offline to avoid screen time
In what feels like an eternity, I realized it’s just been 5 months since I started working from home. March 2020 feels like a long time ago, a couple of years to be honest. I was in denial for the longest time and was optimistic that things would go back to normal. But the temporary arrangement quickly turned into a new way of life! At … Continue reading 5 ways to live a simpler, better life!
My life changed for the better ever since I started maintaining lists for different aspects of my life. Writing down lists gives me clarity on what I’m up for and helps me bring order from a world of chaos. It enables me to manoeuvre every complicated activity by breaking them down into several tasks, converting abstract thoughts into concrete action items and providing a logical … Continue reading 5 Lists to power through everyday life!
When I was younger, I loved taking up personality tests. I would choose options that I aspired to be and obviously, the results made me feel great! It took me a long time to realize that I was doing it wrong. But this mistake worked out well for me. It gave me the opportunity to put in a lot of thought about the kind of … Continue reading The power of your narrative!
When I initially heard about the restrictions to control the transmission of CoVID-19, I brushed it off without much thought. I mean, how was it even remotely possible (see what I did there?) for people to not go to work, school or continue with their daily routines. The world has never stopped for anyone. But it was something we needed. I’ve lost count of the … Continue reading Life in Lockdown – A Perspective!
I hate uncertainty. It doesn’t work with me. I don’t like the idea of being preoccupied with something while I mindlessly get on with my life. I’ve always believed- do one thing at a time, do it right and get it out of your mind. This is why I love planning my days. I do this with the full understanding that there are many aspects … Continue reading When things aren’t going your way!
Every year, we try to be a better person. We want to improve what we do and how we present ourselves to the world. There is always an opportunity for improvement. That’s why New Year Resolutions are popular. While most of our resolutions focus on improving some aspects of our intelligence quotient, as we get older, focussing on the emotional quotient becomes equally important, if … Continue reading 5 Self-Care Goals for 2020!