Author Archives: Arpita

About Arpita

Arpita is currently working as an analyst at Mu Sigma, Bangalore. While being passionate about how data shapes modern lives, she is enthusiastic about the creative side of life. Reading, writing, travelling, and more recently, making videos excite her. Arpita loves great conversation, so feel free to drop a note on her blog anytime!

21 Day Challenge | Aug-Sep 2018 | Day 21

Twenty one days ago, I started on the journey of waking up early and finding clarity as far as my career is concerned. I am happy to say that I have been able to achieve at least 60% of my … Continue reading

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21 Day Challenge | Aug-Sep 2018 | Day 9

It’s been slightly over a week since I started the 21 Day Challenge, but man, it feels like it’s over two weeks! I wanted to write a quick post to update you all on my progress. Wake up early: Achievement: … Continue reading

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21 Day Challenge |Aug-Sep 2018 | Day 1

If you have been part of my journey on this space for a long time, you might have found me complaining multiple times about not being able to wake up early in the recent times. Throughout my childhood and college, … Continue reading

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Things I do to keep my life organized and Happy Rakhi!

I am a sucker for order: I like to keep things where they belong so it’s easier for me to find them. I can proudly say that I lose things very rarely, so when I really do, I find it … Continue reading

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Smoothie Day 3!

If you have been following my journey for the last couple of days, you might have noticed that I am moving towards a more vegetarian and greener diet. One of the biggest changes is inclusion of smoothies in my breakfast. … Continue reading

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Train To Pakistan by Khuswant Singh | A Review

I just finished reading the Train to Pakistan by Khuswant Singh. I have read very little of fiction on India’s partition. Most of my knowledge about it is through the history books that I had read till tenth standard. Of … Continue reading

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500 Followers, Happy Eid and a healthy breakfast!

Today is an unexpected holiday at work! It’s Eid-Al-Adha (Bakrid) for our Muslim friends. Even though this was not a declared holiday in the beginning of the year, but the other Eid holiday in June for Karnataka was postponed to … Continue reading

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