The mood was sombre and thoughtful. Staring out of the window, on a rainy afternoon, she started reminiscing. “My mother had cleared her Civil Services exams.
Beautiful porcelain tea set adorned the breakfast table. There was a cup of green tea, another cup of black tea, and one more with no sugar.
I have the privilege to be a coach to the returning women participants of SPJIMR’s Post Graduate Management Programme for Women (PGMPW),
After 13 years of extremely fulfilling years in the financial sector, taking a career break was a difficult albeit necessary decision.
‘Behind every successful man, there is a woman.’ In my journey with the PGMPW batch, I have seen that the corollary is true as well.
The transition from young adulthood to parenthood had been difficult. Staying awake for hours at night, , frequent doctor visits
It was February, but it was still quite a chilly morning. She woke up with a jolt with a single ring of the alarm. She did not want her husband to
It was a Sunday, but unlike many lazy Sunday mornings, the breakfast table was already set by 7 am, and the couple was dressed to the prim.
The dinner was served sharp at 9 pm, that coincided with his wife’s favorite TV soap. Their ten year old son was packing his school bag for the next day,
It is always tough for a mother to leave her child and move to a new city with high aspirations to fulfil her dreams.
I would ideally call it a journey because it’s only forward that we move in life. We do not get to go back or return, we only get to learn and achieve