My Dad’s Hidden talent – Happy Birthday Dad ❤️

Today, it’s my Dad’s Birthday. He is  Businessman, I have never seen him taking leave from his work in my entire life. But these days due to Lockdown, he is at home and clicking beautiful pictures in his own garden. I discovered now that he is really amazing in photography. Happy Birthday Dad, I am really a lucky person to have you in my life.

I am sharing few beautiful pictures he clicked during Lockdown.

Stay Safe everyone and Stay Positive ❤️

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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Time Never Seen Before!

Each and every day, we’re filled in with lots of stories about how the world is going to hell.
We don’t need to tell you. The world news is pretty grim right now — if you are a social media user, it is impossible to avoid articles about where mankind is heading. The world was just trying to understand and recover from Corona virus and but now there is new Virus Hanta.

Every day you get close to the happenings…you are bound to give up on normal life. Your Daily Routine is disturbed. We all want to know the future, but Unfortunately, the future isn’t talking in real and on the contrary, It’s just coming to us, whether we like it or not.

I have never seen Mumbai like this in last so many years. After looking at these pictures I am thinking If a disease can teach wisdom beyond our understanding of how precious life is! The Corona virus has offered many lessons to mankind.

Mumbai at Present Time

Mother earth wants all of us to stay at our Homes and think where mankind has gone wrong. Stay Home, Stay Safe. All of this takes a level of discipline — a word that many people shy away from today. I believe that Discipline equals Freedom.

If you actually see in today’s scenario you will not find and distinction between a religion, or race  or a class or creed. All termed to be one as the virus can get into anybody! This is the biggest lesson to mankind which is now learning to come together by forgetting the man-made difference. And nature too is supporting the same.

And now, as we start to enter periods of quarantine and self-isolation — as nations, communities, and individuals — all that should be so much clearer. It has taken a virus to show us that only together are we at our strongest, most alive and most humans.

Stay Safe and Positive ❤️

Image courtesy : A photographer’ paradise

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin


Stay Safe!

News of the coronavirus COVID-19 is everywhere, from the front page of all the papers to the playground at school. My Girl School got closed, and I am reading and watching so many videos and new articles about Corona. Everyone everywhere Just talking about Corona virus. Whether you are on Twitter, Facebook, with friends or at home. Every one out there please stay safe and stay positive.

Stay Safe ❤️


Who is She?

Nature is humankind. Nature further gave humankind the gift to produce among themselves and thus, it created Women. A woman is so much more than just a human being. She has Gods power to create a life, to cope with so much pain and somehow always end up being the strongest one in every room.

Who is She?
She is life creator,
She is magic herself

Who is she?
She is more than what you can see
She is strong and has a generous heart.
she is a Miracle creater.

She moves around with confidence and grace.
She is love, she is life- creater.
She is doting mothers, and chaste wives.

Who is she?
She is a Diva.
Sometimes she is fire
Sometimes she is an ice
Remember she is more than what you can see.

She is a Woman.

Happy Women’s Day to all Goddesses out there!

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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Guest Post : Here Are the Easiest Ways to Balance Your Professional Life and Battle Burnout

Guest Post by George Mears

A fulfilling career is crucial to many people in their pursuit of happiness. However, Business Insider reports that one monumental, 75-year study highlighted an even more critical factor for lifelong happiness: good relationships. So, how can you balance work and personal demands
without burning out on either?

Get Away (Without Getting Away)

Although a productive and rewarding career is crucial, so is taking a break from time to time. Experts confirm that taking time off is healthy — one study found that measures of health and well-being increased with more extended vacation periods. Even if you decide to take a little time away from work to enjoy some downtime at home — stay cations are all the rage these days — spending some time relaxing can allow you to recharge your batteries and return to your career with a bit more pep in your step.

Socialize with People Outside of Work

For many professionals, work can feel like your whole life. But that’s not necessarily the healthiest perspective for work-life balance. CNBC agrees that healthy friendships in the workplace are essential, noting that 70 percent of employees say having friends at work is the most critical part of enjoying their jobs. But your work friends shouldn’t be your only friends. One survey reported that people’s most prominent life regrets revolved around the “absence, dysfunction, or loss of social connections.” Part of that regret comes from not investing as much time in personal and familial relationships as professional ones. Having friendships outside your work environment helps protect you against the emotional ups and downs on the job, Harvard Business Review notes. Making an effort to see non-work friends regularly strengthens your relationships and can even enhance your work performance.

Make Time for Quality Rest & Exercise

Most professionals run on very little sleep — around six and a half hours, according to one study. But even sleep deprivation of an hour or two per night can impact your work performance. As Hult International Business School explains, lack of sleep can lower your productivity and creativity. Tiredness can even affect your physical health, making you more likely to get sick. Depending on the demands of your work schedule, it may seem nearly impossible to get more sleep each night. But there are steps you can take toward better quality rest, such as skipping your afternoon latte and going to bed at the same time each night. In addition to quality sleep, it’s important to build in an exercise routine as a general habit — remember, exercise begets sleep. If you don’t have a regular regimen, look for something you enjoy and commit to, and then find more ways to move throughout your day. Whether it’s taking the stairs, riding your bike to work or walking for 30 minutes during your lunch break. For added
motivation, look into a fitness tracker or a smartwatch. A tracker can help you log your steps and movement, while a smartwatch can do all of that in addition to keeping you connected to work and home. Many of these wearables also offer regular prompts, so if you get caught up in a
project, a gentle nudge to get up and move could make a difference.

Set Personal Boundaries for Work and Home

Rather than aiming for a perfect balance—eight hours of work and eight hours of play—experts at Inc. suggest setting boundaries instead. Boundary-setting ensures that you stay present at work when you’re there, and that you’re hands-off when you leave the office. You can designate specific hours or days as work-only days, leaving personal pursuits for other times. Or, you can take personal time during the day—such as your lunch hour—and avoid all work commitments during that break. Alternatively, you may focus more on personal interests in your industry’s slow period, picking up the professional ball when business begins booming again. Implementing boundary-setting techniques can be as simple as removing your work email and apps from your phone’s home screen. Or, it might involve informing your team that you will be unreachable at specific times, such as weekends, and delegating vital tasks while you’re away. Whatever work-life balance strategies you choose, remember that consistency is essential. Taking small steps toward avoiding burnout can re-energize your career and enhance your personal life, too.

Photo via Unsplash

Guest Post by George Mears


Bigg Boss 13 Grand finale : Winner Sidharth Shukla

Bigg Boss 13 is one crazy season. The kind of love that the contestants got was unimaginable. After facing a roller-coaster ride of 140 days this journey came to end. And one of the contestants who has contributed the most to making it a hit season is Sidharth Shukla. His journey was not easy one. Inside as well outside haters were behind him. But finally he won battle of Truth. From being good to his friends and lethal for his enemies, the TV hunk has shown all his sides. 

Sidharth Shukla with his mother

Sidharth Shukla was announced as the winner of Bigg Boss 13 on Sunday and India loved him because of his real self.

Sidharth Shukla gave his everything to the show; his health, Action, Drama, Romance, loyalty and as Audience what else you want. So finally this handsome hunk won hearts as well as trophy.

All the best to him for his future projects, May he get more success and keep entertaining his Audience.

With love from all Sidhearts❤️

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin