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A Creative Writer by choice and an IT person by profession, Shruti likes to make use of her writings to reach more and more people & help make a difference to the way society has been thinking and acting. She firmly believes that WE are the SOCIETY. She is inclined in writing on general but important issues pertaining to daily life, like health, fitness, psychology, general beliefs, changing lifestyle, travel, etc.
She likes to travel and believe that one doesn't spend money on trips but rather earn memories. She loves to do poetry in English and Hindi.
Shruti is associated to the IT world for 14 years now. But is able to make time for her passion & shares her experience that one should do certain things for their own pleasure and content than just burning the midnight oil for filling in someone else's pocket.
She believes that there is no rule book mentioning the correct timing of things in our life and we should enjoy this beautiful gift as it happens and have our own First Hand Experience of things.
Virtual medication is a much needed concept in today's fast-paced world. Find out what it is.
Life becomes beautiful and comfortable when your partner can easily relate to your thought process or as they say when the two have matching wavelengths. Every situation becomes more enjoyable and all kinks seem straightened out.
Time and again, I’m compelled to write on being healthy, something I have been going through and thinking about a lot, myself on and off, but cautiously for about a year now.
Diet, Calorie, Fitness – doesn’t all these seem to be the word of the month nowadays? It’s like some kind of a revolution that everyone around has something to share about, like what they do for being healthy and fit, what diet they are following, etc.
Who makes up society? And who makes the rules that 'good Indian women' have to abide by? Look into yourself and make that change now if others have to change.
The recent song 'Tera chumme mein chyawanprash hai' made the author contemplate about the various double-standards that plague our society.
Be your own Judge! You may feel astonished reading the subject line, but the truth of the matter is that this is what we need to tell ourselves.
The author explains why, though she believes in God, she places less emphasis on blind faith and prefers to invest in patience.
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