THE TWENTIETH INSTALLATION OF THE BELLEBOSS SERIES
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I hoped that with this series, I would find a way to appreciate the incredible South Asian women of our generation, who are breaking boundaries and paving new paths for themselves. Moreover, I would like you to take a little bit of your time to realize how incredible the women around you are.
Especially if you are a woman! I know that at least one woman’s story in my #BelleBoss series will inspire you to follow your dreams, your vision and most importantly your heart. Even if that means breaking a few rules and many societal prejudices along the way.
I’m now married and based out of Belgium but thanks to my job, have the privilege to travel the world and be a global citizen.
2) You founded your blog in 2010. Could you tell us about your inspiration for the blog?
How an artist expresses his emotions through his paintings, I express my ideas, my opinions and my individuality through my dressing and naturally, this blog.
I truly believe in the power of a #GirlBoss and my #WomenInBusiness series is my tiny contribution towards inspiring my readers and followers who are gearing up to follow their dreams and passions and aspire to take over the world in their own way.
There have been so many. Experiencing the world and all it has to offer with my travels for work and being able to help other women achieve their dreams through my Women In Business series.
5) In your ‘Journey of a Female Entrepreneur video, you have a very inspiring message about not being afraid of failure. Could you describe a time when you experienced a failure yet was able to learn and grow from that?
There hasn’t been a week or month I haven’t failed. And yet, it’s been these failures that have been my sole encouragement to work harder and achieve more
6) You impressively are able to be financially independent thanks to your amazing blog as you collaborate with MNC’s and start-ups. Was it a scary transition to become a full-time blogger? Could you give some tips and tricks to an aspiring blogger?
This question would take me three days to answer! My blog has several posts on #Shailoom which you can read 🙂
I’m not the biggest cheerleader of change and there was so much change in every sphere of life.
I take these as definite signs as some things were just meant to be.
What inspires me the most when I’m blogging is my own hunger for knowledge in fields that I’m passionate about, like fashion, women empowerment, gratitude and the businesses fashion.
I’m constantly driven towards bettering my knowledge about these topics so that I can share them across my platforms knowing that I’m also spreading the same awareness positively to several others.
He’d told me that if I aimed to be the pioneer inspiring several other women then I had to ensure that I was on top of the game in every aspect of the field that I’d choose.
That is all for this interview. But there are so many other inspirational South East Asian Girls who’s interviews can be found on this website. Scroll down to follow