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Sanjana is an independent consultant for the social sector and CSR space. Her specialization and passion lie in helping non-profits fundraise for their development activities; supporting MSMEs, and large corporates in identifying CSR objectives aligned with their business and chartering, guiding, mentoring a roadmap for execution.
Alongside, she is a budding You Tuber with a channel "Life Begins At 40", dedicated to bringing stories of women and extraordinary men to the world.
Sanjana loves time with her family and friends. She is a fitness enthusiast and passionate about her workouts. Enjoying the little things in life, her effort is to be a better version of herself every day.
As a single woman in her 50s looking for a companion, I realize the same level of depth and desire did not extend to my associations with the opposite sex. I have yearned for a partner who was honourable, loving, caring, respectful, communicative, and available.
This morning I woke up feeling restless. Maybe it was the two one hour each, intense back-to-back workouts I did last evening that led to intense soreness and thus, restless slumber or maybe the other couple of things that have been playing soccer with my peace. After taking myself for a short drive, a 15-minute […]
However, the challenge today needed immediate action and to the tune of several lakhs, a sum that no single High Net Worth Individual had ever given to us or been asked for hitherto as unrestricted funds.
Warm and generously giving, loving as extremely as fighting with absolute clarity of thought, was my friend Rajat, who was non binary and identified with the pronouns they/ them.
I was forgetting the fundamental truth, that a street urchin seemed to be aware of; that we are all “the universe's favourite children”
As social creatures one of our greatest need is human connection, interaction, and love; especially true for an extrovert like me.
My son saw a large orangish creature - the size of his palm exhibiting supernatural jumping and flying powers by hopping around in the bathroom.
Even though we are currently confined to our homes, there are easy and interesting ways in which we can still stay productive and protect our mental health.
This weight loss journey took enormous patience - and love; here's a personal account of achieving this goal without punishing oneself.
Let's practice safety and care for self and others. Practice love, humor and laughter. Practice positive vibes and practice courage.
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