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Blog #191: How do I travel so much

In a Prague hostel, I met an interesting person from Netherland who had been to more than 60 countries and worked as a carpenter. He told me – “you don’t need money to travel but courage.” Yes, I believe its a combination of both – money and courage. In this post, I will break down cost effective ways to travel and answer the most common questioned asked to me: [People]: How do you travel so much? [PK]: “It’s simple mathematics. I get 4 weeks paid time off where I take two vacations of two weeks each per year. I take…

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Blog #186: It’s OK

6 AM: Alarm rings. I pressed the snooze button. 6.15 AM: Alarm rings. I pressed the snooze button. 6.30 AM: Alarm rings. I pressed the snooze button. After I snooze my alarm clock for the fourth time and struggle to get out of the bed. I look outside my window to the beautiful Manhattan skyline and thought about my childhood in Udaipur.  Suddenly, I thought about my father’s elder brother whom I call “Bade Papa” who wakes up every single morning at 4.30 am from the past 30 years. While wrapped in the blanket, I wonder whether he ever had…

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Blog 185: Lessons learned in July 2019

Every day, I learn something new and forget the next day. I have started a habit of noting down random thoughts or anything exciting to share. Below are lessons and random thoughts: 1.  Drink warm turmeric milk to cure cough. 2.  Consistency goes a long way. 3.  Sleep is bae. 4.  It’s always cold in SFO. Always carry a jacket. 5.  SFO is hilly, wear comfortable shoes. 6.  Drink 1-liter water after waking up – freshwater with lemon and salt for health benefits. 7.  Note down the steps for any new process. It’ll come handy after a few months when you repeat the task at work. 8.  YouTube…

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