cross the bridge when you come to it.
A close friend of mine said this to me almost 10 years ago and it has been my mantra since then. I am a very confused person; I do not know what I want from life and I do not know where in life I will be 6 months from now. Thus not worrying about the bridge till it comes works perfectly for me. If I look at my life till now, it’s been a roller coaster, something that I could not have planned and totally unpredictable.
I was born and brought up in Jaipur, Rajasthan. My first 16 years in Jaipur were the only stable years…since then I’ve been constantly moving places. My friends call me when they need packing advice! 😀 I’m currently based in Vadodara (Baroda),Gujarat.
I am an odd mix of an engineer and a social scientist. Left engineering 4 years ago when I moved completely into the development sector. Along with working in the social sector, somewhere in these last 4 years I also discovered my love for writing and for cooking too :). This blog began as my online diary and that is what it is; my thoughts on varied topics that can be bundled in one category ‘life’. Wonder why wordpress’ default category is ‘uncategorized’!
The kitchen is my biggest stress buster and I blog about my adventures there at My Weekend Kitchen.
Volunteering is another passion and something that I’m very vocal about. For the last two years I have been working with an NGO towards promoting volunteerism amongst Indian youth and Volunteer Weekly is a small attempt towards that. Volunteer Weekly is a blog for celebrating volunteerism and sharing stories and resources on volunteerism with the hope that these would inspire more people.
Hope you like what you read!