As part of the #BlogchatterEbookCarnival, we were asked to review 3 books from the ones published in May after a successful completion of #AtoZChallenge by many participants across the world. Blogchatter team provided this wonderful platform to the first time authors like me & author of this book to fulfil the dream of being a published author. This is the third review in the series.
Why Potpourri of emotions, moods by Sneha Sasikumar?
The name piqued my curiosity and I found myself selecting this book over others. I was curious to read the Author’s take on various emotions & moods all of us go through.’
Highlights of the book & Key takeaways for me
Sneha takes us on a journey of emotions, 26 emotions to be precise (to be very honest I had never realised we humans are capable of so many emotions).
I loved her list to address boredom, next time I get bored, I am surely going to follow it.
The guest posts are as good as the posts from Sneha herself. I loved the story on Empathy. It takes a great deal to understand the other person and their limitations.
The book taught me that the key to many emotions is acceptance.
Rating : 3.5 / 5
Seven years in the IT industry, Sneha Sasikumar is a tech lead with an MNC in Bangalore who works on finance and retail domains during the day but when she is not working on the codes and testing them, she juggles doing many things to keep her creative genes alive. One among them is blogging for about close to two years now on her blog Life as a Potpourri where she talks about a lot of topics under the sky justifying the word Potpourri. Born and brought up in the amazing Andaman and Nicobar Islands and settled in Bangalore now apart from writing she enjoys,travellingg, doodling and creating zentangles and holds a bachelors degree in Bharatnatyam and Kathak up her sleeves.
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