Welcome to “expressbywords”

I am glad you stopped by. Thanks for that!

This is Rashmi, a young enthusiast. Enthusiast for what? Enthusiast for living a quality life. Often drowning in deep thoughts, capable of pondering upon a numerous things in a single day-that is quite peculiar of me. At times, even the minutest detail doesn’t amiss my eyes and at others’ I am so busy day-dreaming that it doesn’t seem to matter, what’s going around. Analyzing ongoing and existing things, deriving inferences from them-is my favorite pastime, I don’t need to put in much effort there.

And yes, I can’t live without scribbling on a paper. If everything vanishes, even then, I’ll require a pen and a paper to survive.

Why “expressbywords”?

An era that moves at a breakneck speed, is what we are living in right now. Whatever you are, wherever you are-there is a multitude of things you are required to do to let the ends meet, running after one and the other. Highly tight schedules, complex work-life situations, expanded world-it’s the everyday chronicle of every second person.

But don’t you feel, life is not about repenting, not becoming a slave to daily routines? It’s about doing all those things, you don’t want to miss.

Hence “expressbywords” is a pursuit to unfold the passion towards a quality life. It’s a venture to express my thoughts on various areas that concern me as a professional, as a person, as a part of this world.

What you can find at ‘expressbywords’ ?

This is an expedition to make our world a beautiful place. It has been divided into 4 sections, which cover thoughts on various aspects about the following:

  1. Our Built Environments: We all dream of quality life; but is that possible without the quality of environment we breathe in? This section is an endeavour to showcase the aspects that we can take into account, so as to do our bit to beautify the world around.
  2. People and Places: Looking at the world around, we often feel inspired to do things better, to make things better. This section is an exploration of various places, buildings, people that stimulate us.
  3. Work Wise: Being a working professional, no matter which field, we generally have some inferences, some thoughts on how we can do it better; how we can handle our work better, how to lead, how to manage, how to bring positive changes to our work environments. Check out this section for some compositions in this regard.
  4. The Thoughts Atelier: At the end of the day, we all are humans with our heads and hearts working constantly, hence we all have some thoughts, some lessons, some inspirations in life. This section just speaks about that part. After all, learning to live better is also a contribution to make our world a better place.

A little more about me

I am an architect, based in India and look forward to contribute in helping our world become better. I love to read and write in my spare time and that’s how “expressbywords” got shaped. Travel is one of the things that overwhelms me and this is one of my wishes to travel the whole world. I love good food but am a strict vegetarian and I have a beautiful family, with whom I tend to spend as much time, as much I can.

So I welcome you here, to this mini-world of me.

Life isn’t about finding yourself, Life is about creating yourself…

~George Bernard Shaw

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23 thoughts on “Welcome to “expressbywords”

  1. Hello Rashmi. Yours looks like such an interesting blog. I will be shuffling through as time allows. 🙂 In the meantime, thank you, too, for dropping in on me. Marcy

  2. Hi Rashmi,
    Its very nice to know about an architect can be a good writer. I am also not good in writing a blog but what i’m doing just because its related with my study and experiences. But as your concern, you are writing general topics which need more concentration to stick with topic. but overall you are aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Hiiii.
    Don’t know how i came to see your blog here, but trust me when it got opened, i found it catchy enough to take half an hour of mine. Although i was not interested in reading about Rockstar-your latest post, i stayed there and read it because you have presented in a very well manner.
    Apart from looks of your blog, the language you have used in your articles shows your experience and talent in this field. I am a student and have just created a blog few months before with two posts. Since m new to this, i need someone to guide me up to new heights. Although its not my actual field as m an IT student, i still want to continue this passion of mine in form a well furnished blogger.
    I will be glad to be in your contact and learn some writing fundas.

    Seeking reply.

    1. Hi Prateek

      I am really privileged to read this comment and thanks for finding this blog interesting. As far as writing is concerned, I am also not a professional writer, as you might have read here that I am professionally an architect. I just write for my pleasure and have started this blog one year ago. Still it would be good being in touch with you, especially sharing our experiences in writing. Thanks again!

  4. Hi Rashmi, I love the way your blog looks. It is simple yet stylish. I think, the architect in you is showing herself here 🙂
    Will read your blogs – yet to read them. You sound interesting though.

    1. Hi Sudaa, thanks a lot for this appreciation…I am totally ‘up in the air’… 🙂
      thanks for showing interest in my blog, I hope I’ll come up with more posts to interest you.

  5. hey Rashmi…….great writing girl……..proud of knowing a writer …..an architect ………and above all a friend like you 🙂 ……..happy posting !!!

  6. Hi Rashmi – Followed you here from WritingHappiness website. Nice blog you have running here. Read the article on Anna, nicely written. I am all hyped up supporting him, though not much we can do being outside of India. Glad he got his way. Nice to know you. Keep writing good stuff.

    1. Hi Praveen

      Thanks for visiting my blog and the appreciation too. You are right, we are happy that Anna’s efforts didn’t go waste. Hope to see more advancements this way.

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