Mumbai, 27th December, 2014: Note: By writing the following blog post neither am I being biased towards anyone, nor am I on a mission to support men in their wrong doings. I’m just here to inform the others about the trending issue of cruelty that is being committed towards men in the society these... Continue Reading →
Okay, so with this I'm marking my forth consecutive award in a span of a month and half, having more than 5,000 hits. Indeed blessed. So talking about the Sisterhood Of The World Blogger's Award, it's basically an award that recognizes the unique voices of women bloggers across the world. So thanks a lot Akosirima... Continue Reading →
Okay, so this surely came by as a complete surprise package for me. I was though expecting it but not this soon, never the less, I'm so very amazed on receiving this award again. Thanks a lot Ty for recognizing my voice. Proudly can now announce that this is my third consecutive award in exactly... Continue Reading →
Mumbai, 11th December 2014. Even before I begin with this rather heated topic, I'd like to clearly state that over here by presenting the following post to you'll I'm under no circumstances being unfair to any medical professional or rather the medical fraternity as a whole. I'm by means of the post which is to... Continue Reading →
This was originally posted on C.E. Robinson’s blog site, her blog is a must visit.
Also I can’t thank her enough for posting all praise bout me 🙂
Thank you so much Hardi Goradia. I’m honored that you nominated me for the Liebster Award. I’ve been following your blog for some time now, and I’m impressed with your writing and your goal to be a solicitor. Your blog tagline says it all, “if you are resolutely determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half way done already.” – Abraham Lincoln. And you’re half way done! Hardi’s an eighteen-year-old young woman who lives in Mumbai, India.
I had to think long and hard about this Liebster Award since I’ve declared my site award-free after receiving three blog awards in rapid succession. For me, the acceptance work involved took away from book writing time! Don’t get me wrong I love awards and I’ve explained all of that in my blog post, “Award, Award, Award…Three’s a Charm!!!” But, because Hardi is a special blogger friend, I’ll…
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