While I thought 2022 was an eventful year in my life, there were definitely moments in time when I thought I would not be able to make it through. Having some time to reflect on my journey, here is a brief list of things that marked my growth and learning this year.
Category Archives: Adventure
What it is like to join the Champion League of Chess
In June 2022, in the midst of the busiest time of the year both professionally and academically, I joined the Champion League on Chess.com on a whim. Here is the journey of how I got there.
A leap, perhaps!
I think the article on converting Solar Energy did fairly well in gaining view, after all, it gained a whooping 12 views! (Haha, back pat). This prompts me to think deeper about whether I should divert my attention writing to you, or should I keep the narration of this blog a little bit more personal,,…AfterContinue reading “A leap, perhaps!”
Exciting news about harvesting sunlight and air for electricity🤩
Well well, I saw the post on Instagram very recently about the conversion of water vapour, CO2 and the Sun into usable fuels,..sounds optimistic! At least for some clean energy enthusiast like me. You should definitely read it more here: Carbon-neutral fuel made from sunlight and air It’s very exciting. But at the moment theContinue reading “Exciting news about harvesting sunlight and air for electricity🤩”
What are we working for?
After watching the Economist video, I have good faith that I won’t be unemployed. It’s just the matter of what skills do I have. I think that acquiring new technological skills should be a priorities for having the employments. I mean, if technology will add in more than 122 millions jobs. Where in Tokyo canContinue reading “What are we working for?”
A haunting yet encouraging piece of music
If you know Sia, you know how melodic and powerful her voice is. She was just recently releasing the new song Courage to Change, and it can’t be more chilling.
Can an Economist become an Entrepreneur?
It’s going to be just hard to term myself as an Economist, as I am aware how lack of technical skills such as Econometrics and fundamental Statistic of a person I was. The ideal of being adept in Economics while running business is more influenced by my father: After all, he had a Master DegreeContinue reading “Can an Economist become an Entrepreneur?”
Landing on Big Data
I woke up light headed in the morning and immediately reached out to my phone. To my surprise, I deleted the Instagram app without thinking much, and so far that has been the greatest move that I have done to kick start my day. So my day today consists of several tasks that I haveContinue reading “Landing on Big Data”
Weekly email from my favorite writer
Please excuse myself for Copy and Paste this following email that I have received from Mark Manson. The chill guy is chiller than ever, and I just love it so much. “Welcome to another Mindf*ck Monday, the only weekly newsletter that, not gonna lie, gets a little bit jealous when you open up and read other newsletters.Continue reading “Weekly email from my favorite writer”
Not so sad about Meghan Markel
It’s 3:18 am and I have just moved from sitting on the stool to sitting on my sofa-bed, after 10 hours or more of just sitting. I think that I would need to put more effort into physical activities and working out. I would be more grateful for the weather and the time that IContinue reading “Not so sad about Meghan Markel”