Writing the perfect paper from BHAV is a lot like a military operation. It takes discipline, foresight, research, strategy, and, if done right, ends in total victory every seconds.
- Beeshwas Gurung
The Naulo Meetup #1
As we plan for our very first Naulo Meet Up #1, we wanted to have a bit of a (virtual) chit-chat with one of the co-facilitators for the meet up – Malashree Suvedi (a dear friend, a poet, a writer, and a ukulele enthusiast) – who will be moderating our “Let’s Plan” section of the meet-up to share her experience of using a planner!
We asked her ten questions and the answers are pretty fun to read through 😀
1 – Would you usually call yourself a “planner” person – someone who uses some tool/method to plan their day/week/month/year out? I am not a long-term planner as my schedule can be pretty random at times. However, yes, I like to think I’m a ‘planner’ person.I especially love planning out particularly stressful days, I make a list of things I need to do on that particular day which helps me relax. Nothing looks too intimidating when written out in colourful pen or messy handwriting. (more…)
Have you gotten yourself in a situation (read: danger, trouble, mischief, accident, mistake etc.) where you have found your best friend to have been your perfect partner in crime – ahem – resolving the situation? A tricky problem, a scary ride, an adventurous day out, or a riveting night of misfortunes; share with us an experience where you and your best friend have gotten into trouble (somehow!) and then dug your way out of the pit. Feel free to put a spin to the tale – a perfect mixture of intrigue and inspiration.
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