Tag: Kurt Vonnegut

On dancing and dissent

About this day last year, I joined this 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition organised by my university — which placed me second and got me to represent the university in social sciences section for the national 3MT (although I didn’t win). The idea of the competition is to strategically talk about your thesis — all […]

Pleasant nonsense

I am signing off early from my data analysis session today because I feel like I’m on the brink of a burnout — which is, as you guess, not going to be good at all. I plan to get up early tomorrow and work from a cafe. A change in scenery is good sometimes. I […]

If this isn’t nice

In this week itself, I spent two separate occasions with my nephews and nieces. Over the weekend, I decided to surprise my niece by attending her kindergarten sports day. I arrived right when she was in the midst of a ​relay race of some sort. Upon seeing me, she ran towards me while screaming my […]

On receptive awareness

I’m loving this article on engaging in the moment and putting words to things. It’s understandable that when you are in the midst of the sprint, it’s very easy to lose sight of things because you were looking ahead and not paying attention to what’s happening around you. I especially love how the fact about […]