Preeti Shenoy
My Stories
Slice of life: Empower women The world economic forum releases a gender gap report every year, which benchmarks and quantifies the progress towards parity between men and women in four areas: educational health and survival, econ
Sliceoflife: Be smart... Recently my mother, who lives in a tiny village in Kerala, visited me.
Slice of life: Is it worth it? This morning at 6.15 am on my usual walk, I spotted an eager father and an enthusiastic tennis coach, giving personal lessons to a boy who looked about 12.
Slice of life: A refuge, indeed My family and I had a unique opportunity over the weekend. We had no idea what we were in for, but are overwhelmed by our visit to this lovely home.
Sliceoflife: Go where you are celebrated Humans are social animals. We like to exist in groups, the earliest group that we become a part of, being the families that we are born into.
Slice of life: don’t pretend, take pride in being what you are Bow-wow, a 30-year-old rapper and actor recently became the butt of ridicule on social media for posting a photo on his Instagram account, where he said he was boarding a private jet at Atlanta.
Slice of life: You’re worth it A hugely popular American teen drama television series, Gossip Girl which ran for six seasons from 2007 to 2012, depicts the life of privileged teenagers of the Upper East Side of New York.
Sliceoflife: Stole the thunder The worst nightmare for any author is not unsold piles of their books, or a novel full of typos due to poor editing, or an apathetic publisher, even though all of the above are guaranteed to cause sle
Slice of life: A noisy affair This morning, there was a wall being broken down in the house downstairs. The drilling noise was deafening.
Sliceoflife: The lure of more

If you are an Indian, or if you are familiar with the Indian mentality, then you would certainly know about the paisa vasool logic.