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Writer, book lover, civil engineer, YouTuber, aspiring talk show host — not always all of them. Not always in order.

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Hi there!

I’m Ana. I’m 28 years old and was born in a small town called Jorhat in Assam — a hilly Indian state nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. English is my fourth language, but somehow the love for the language is rooted deep in my heart.


How I gave up comfort to embrace uncertainty and saw 10x growth in finances and fulfillment.

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“That was the most intense two months of my life!”

I wrote this in my journal after finishing the first draft of my fiction novel.

All my life, I’d always wanted to be a writer. But until now, I’d only written short articles and stories all over the internet. When…

Habits for Smart Writers

This is how I got on a writing streak of 2,000+ words daily for seven straight months (but the word count is not the point).

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Since March, I’ve been on a writing streak. I spent the first two months of self-isolation working on my novel and finished the first draft (87,000+ words). I was also writing a few articles here and there, but then, once my novel was complete, I started writing one article daily.

Lessons from people who’ve achieved the stars, lost them, and rebuilt their life from scratch.

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When I was young, I used to begin every essay on the life of a famous person with the Assamese translation of A Psalm of Life by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow-

“Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And, departing, leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of…

More than the hard work you put in, you can grow wealth by rewiring your mindset.

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I grew up with a lot of negativity around money.

In an Indian middle-class family, it is believed that there are only two ways to earn more money: either by overworking yourself and staying at the office for 18 hours a day or by being corrupt.

This cage that I…

What does work-life balance mean when work is your life?

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In today’s world, the word “workaholic” has a lot of negative connotations.

When someone says “workaholic,” we tend to picture a person with thick glasses who’s cooped up in a tiny cubicle, furiously tapping away at their computer screen all day long.

Back home, their family consistently complains that they…

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