Use the tools you have
Having a great laptop or equipment is rewarding. But, what if you cannot afford one? Use the tools you have.
Investment vs. Expense
Spending money on a great workstation setup or taking time away from work to relax are two examples of investment. They are not merely expenses.
The 🍎 Ecosystem
I started using Android in 2012. I switched to iPhone in 2020. Here are some thoughts on why I made the switch.
Being a nerd isn’t a shame
A few ideas on why it is not reasonable to feel guilty for sounding smart.
Optimism by default
Some people consider themselves to be optimistic, while others say they are pessimistic or realistic. Here’s my take on why choosing optimism by default works for me.
Towards a more inclusive post-COVID world
The Coronavirus has been a disaster for each one of us. I’m hoping the world would become a more inclusive place as a result of it, regardless of our location.
You may not need to apologize
Random thought on why you should be precise when creating content.
The art of not responding
Some thoughts on not responding to unreasonably negative things on the internet.
Being Right vs. Being Kind
It is important to be right. However, it is even more crucial that we are kind. As we will learn one day, it is harder to be kind than to be clever.
Avoiding burnout while working remotely
Remote-working is a godsend for many reasons. I talk about how we can continue to regard it as a blessing in spite of the current pandemic. By avoiding burnout.
On Working Remote
A few ideas on making remote-work work!
2019: Year In Review
A collection of things that happened to me during the eventful 2019.
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