Author Archives: Castledale

What is your 5year plan?

The other day while I was talking with a senior colleague, she asked me out of blue – “What do you want to achieve in your professional life? Where do you see yourself in 5years.” Being in corporate world, it … Continue reading

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It’s all about priorities

People often tell they don’t have time. They want to read books, spend more time working out, want to make a phone call to their parent or friends, or to do things that they actually love doing but for some … Continue reading

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Books and prayers are the answer to all my problems

When I was a little kid, I was a very God-fearing child. I felt that no matter what the problem in my life is, God will take care of it. I still think the same, except I also believe in … Continue reading

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Nothing is impossible

Many years ago, I started writing as a way to take my mind off stress or anything else that disturbed me. On days when I am saddest or annoyed or worried the most, I end up writing one of my … Continue reading

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Traveling comes with its challenges

I love traveling, every part of it – the packing, planning, making reservations, the actual journey and most important the experience of exploring different places. I always wanted a job that required me to travel. I had a friend who … Continue reading

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Listen to your stomach

I got the idea for this blog post while sitting on the airport waiting to board my flight. I managed to find a hipsterish coffee shop with decent coffee, some great sandwiches and good wifi. It’s 7.30 am and my … Continue reading

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My 2018 reading list

Reading everyday is on the top my list of things to continue doing this year and something that I consciously take time to do even if it for just 10-15 minutes. I feel that reading opens up a whole new … Continue reading

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