I am Nisha Harichandran and in essence, a happy bohemian, Alegria bohem. Born with a heart to travel the world, seek new adventures, live and breathe different cultures. Bohemian crossing is inspired by the people, places and experiences that have shaped my transformation and growth journey from a curious little caterpillar to a beautiful glowing butterfly.
Motivated and inspired by stories, I realised that many stories were untold; lost in the day to day activities, to do lists and gradually forgotten. Hence, I launched my soul enterprise, Bohem Notes, with a vision to empower businesses to share their stories. Through Bohem Notes, I offer a platform to listen and write stories to be shared with the world. If you are a business seeking a content writer, connect with me at email@example.com. I look forward to writing yours.
The views expressed in this blog are my own. Be a butterfly and please credit the blog and use the hashtags #alegriabohem and #bohemnotes for all sharing.
Poetry is music in words. These are a string of lyrics from my heart to yours. “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop” ~ Rumi
As a global citizen, I love making memories around the world, connecting with people and places. “A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
Our thoughts become our actions. Come from a space of love and kindness. Count blessings and celebrate growth. “You are your heart’s love song.” ~ Sahara Rose
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How was the Prioritization exercise? Do you have a clearer idea on the 4 tiers? Tier 1 : Must Do Tier 2 : Scheduling Tier 3 : Delegation Tier 4 : Flushing Now that you have categorised the what to do, I assume you have moved towards creating the work product. Before you hit the […]Read More