A Dead End Job is the End of the World

“Maa, I don’t think I can take this job any longer,” Avani said in almost a whisper.

“Why do you think that is?” Anamika, her mother, used the well-rehearsed question that she had learned from watching too many series/movies involving therapy.

“Mom, cut it out! I am very serious here.”

“And honey, I have never been more serious in my whole life. You think everybody else is ecstatic in their lives. A job is just that: a job. You are lucky you have a job. Do you know how many people would kill for your life?”

A Stole Can Change Your Look

It’s another work day. You are dressed up in your favorite trouser and a “fan-favorite” shirt. But you are not feeling good. Why not? You are in the clothes that make you look good. You know everybody loves you in this outfit. You know the colors are perfect for your skin tone. You know that…

Book Review: The Suitable Inheritor by Pushpendra Mehta

The Suitable Inheritor by Pushpendra Mehta explores on an age-old dilemma of ‘work for money vs. work for passion’ in a fascinating story. Michael Elliott is a relationship coach who lives in Chicago. On receiving an invitation to Lima to speak to the younger clients of Andrew Smith, the owner of a relationship-coaching enterprise, Michael grabs this…