Blogger Recognition Award 🤗


Hello everyone ! Have a wonderful day and stay safe 🙋🏻

I have been nominated for Blogger Recognition Award by Anushka of I am very thankful to her for the nomination. Though this is not a real award, it is still an acknowlegment by your fellow bloggers which means a lot to me.

Anushka’s is a beautiful blog which expresses her thought process of this life journey. Friends, if you have not visited yet, do visit her interesting blog.

Regarding this award : What are the award’s rules?
1. Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
2. Write a post to show your award.
3. Give a brief story of how your blog started.
4. Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
5. Select up to fifteen bloggers you want to give this award to.
6. Comment (or pingback) on each blog to let them know that you’ve nominated them and provide a link to the post you’ve created.

How did I start blogging?

I am a doctor, a health professional who worked in various health-related sectors for a long time. I was always keen on wanting to do something on my own. I started writing medical and health-related articles and publish them on random sites on the internet. When I started getting views and comments, I felt that I should follow my passion more sincerely. Then, when I started my blog and took writing more seriously.

Advice to new bloggers

I think ‘patience’ is the keyword. You need to have patience. Any skill, be in writing/blogging need much time to develop, grow and polishing which happens only after a course of time.

Success and failure are both temporary. If you love writing or love your passion, it’s the courage to continue that matters. Therefore, encourage yourself and encourage others to continue their journeys by supporting your fellow bloggers.

I, admire and respect all my fellow bloggers, not just those who follow my blog but also those who do not. I learn everyday something or the other by reading their posts. So, whoever read this post, please regard yourself as a nomination and feel free to do the award.

Thanks for reading.

Blessings and much love 💐








Post : Prove yourself to yourself, not others: 4 motivational elements.

Today instead of writing a health post, I thought of motivating myself with my self-motivating spirit. I am passionate about writing and will keep writing.

Some days are just bad. They are experiences and learning, that’s all. I don’t have to be sad but instead, keep pushing myself forward. I have to keep reminding myself that not every day is a good day, that’s just the way, it is.

I still love myself strong. I love my positive attitude towards life and my hard disciplined life. I like both the good and bad side. I, turn cranky sometimes, but that’s ok. As soon as I realise, I am back to my normal self.

People judge you everywhere at home, work, society and everywhere you go. But you don’t have to change just to get people’s approval. I would rather be myself and let people accept me the way I am. That would give me not just pleasure but be surrounded by people who will make me feel great and positive.

Daniel Goleman, the author of “Working with Emotional Intelligence” do influence me with these self-motivational elements.

Personal drive: My self motivating drive, to keep going, my desire to achieve, and improving my self day after day. Keep driving myself to meet standards. I also read other bloggers’ posts which encourages me to sharpen my skill.

Commitment: Keep focussing on my goals, both personal and professional goals. It’s good to dream big so that I have every day to look forward and keep pushing myself.

Initiative: To look for the right opportunities to work upon. I am a little bad and hesitant in taking initiative. But I am surely working on it in both personal and professional life.

Optimism: yes, optimism and keeping a positive attitude are an ingrain in me. I love pursuing goals even if setbacks, challenges keep coming my way.