About

I see myself as a juggler in the show called life. I am constantly juggling between different roles, competing priorities, and various aspirations with the strong belief that if I am organized and disciplined enough, I can make time for most things. Neither an optimist nor a pessimist, I think of myself as realist who sees the glass for what it is – half full, half empty. I am at my best when I follow a routine, make a commitment, have deadlines to work on, and have had my eight hours of sleep. A lover of words, reading and writing excite me. I enjoy listening to NPR, watching  House, and I am addicted to Grey’s Anatomy.

I will be using this blog space as a note pad to sort my assorted thoughts, as an outlet to share my epiphanies, as a progress report to track my learnings, and as a journal to record my parenting lessons. This blog will also be about incidents, experiences, and people that touch and shape my life. I will be calling myself as Maha, my husband as Da, and my kids as Hari and Ram in this space.

I have come to realize that if half the fun is in writing, the other half is in sharing and hearing back. So, first of all, thank you very much for taking the time to read.  I would be thrilled if you would leave a comment on my posts and a little note about yourself here.

Tudlu,
Maha

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10 thoughts on “About

  1. cool new space..like the lemony color..and new names..I will be following you where you takes me with your news adn stories… LJ to WP..hurray!

  2. Llavanya says:

    Dear Maha, I landed at your blog from Subhadra’s weblog. Its a delight reading your posts, for the very good narrations and the excitement that catches up immediately. I see a positive vibration from your writings and you make me feel how enjoyable life is.

    Regards,
    Lavanya

  3. dderbydave says:

    Just found you through LG and your list of little moments. Look forward to rummaging through your blog. 🙂

  4. hello, I just started to blog and I feel happy reading ur post. Vry interesting. 🙂
    Keep it up! I see a positive toughts from your writings and you make me feel the way u wrote.

    Regards,
    Pattu …

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