I used to write diaries when I was in school and college. I dreamt of my own column some day! I was a reflective writer and clearly had no single genre as either  my strength or my favourite.

I dabbled with music, dance, literature, banking, even modelling! And then I almost settled into the comfort of a ‘peaceful’ married life. But something made me push myself into a very very uncomfortable zone..I became an entrepreneur! Life changed drastically… and I struggled between home, husband, kids, family and business! I loved the struggle and was determined to not just ‘balance’ between all my priorities but to live life to the fullest in all the spheres.. I am still struggling and I seem to love the struggle.

Along my journey, I have met, lived with and been inspired by several lovely people. If I am enjoying this struggle, its because of them. Life is beautiful and people make it so…

I stopped writing diaries. I have begun to blog!


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by mohana on November 11, 2010 at 9:23 AM

    hi mam
    just now i have watched your interview in kalaingar t.v . i wd like to be your friend. i am B.ed graduate . your words abt education really helps me for m y profession and also for my 6 yr old kid. so plz help and guide me to improve myself in teaching.


  2. Hi Madam,

    I was very lucky to view yr inspiring interview in Kalaingar TV. Hats off to such an excellent initiative from U. I am a blogger based in chennai and I concentrate on inspiring young school students to aspire for higher things in life.

    I have a blog called ‘Inspire Minds’ which u can view by visiting the following link.http://changeminds.wordpress.com/. My blog has been featured in the Ananda Vikatan Tamil magazine issue (page 54) dated 27.10.10. I am simply collecting inspiring life stories from media and making them available at one place for ready reference. This blog is very well received by youth and has crossed 50000 hits now.

    I am a great believer in the role of inspiration in ensuring the success of students in their career. Even several ordinary students have become success stories just due to one ‘spark’ or motivating talk. I think instead of repeated advices, these real life stories will really do the magic in transforming them.

    Pl see my blog, the contents page, comments from readers by sparing ur valuable time. I have a vision that we must work on this ‘inspiration’ angle to discover the next ‘Abdul Kalam’. I will be extremely happy if i can get an opportunity to meet u and share my vision.



  3. It was a pleasure to read your blog. I’ve just visited the EZ Vidya web site, too, and liked the good work you and your team are doing.

    With admiration

    Shanthi Ramanujam


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