Author Archives: Meha Sharma

About Meha Sharma

Dreamer,Writer,Mother,Fauji wife...all while striving to overcome something called 'Procrastination' :) I dabble in writing and write for @huffpostindia, @womensweb , @mycity4kids. I worked as a Business Analyst in an elite IT firm and as a professor in management colleges. Having earned an MBA degree in Human Resource Management and an MA degree in English Literature, I now pass on my wisdom to management students. To keep my sanity while striving to be a 'decent' mom to my ever inquisitive daughter, I tell myself, what Winnie the Pooh says,"My favourite day is today" :)

What men talk and the stereotypes attached to it !

Stereotypes exist everywhere. But, we will all nod our heads in agreement that gender stereotyping is the most rampant kind of stereotyping in the existing times. Now that women are gradually finding a voice of their own, they dismiss the errant … Continue reading

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Hashtag #FridayFotoFiction

  #trekking #rockymountain #love, the girl types swiftly. Right in front of them, unfolds a view which is ethereal. “Wow, a view to die for”, utters the boy. #viewtodiefor #beautiful #withmylove , his fingers move effortlessly on the phone. The … Continue reading

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Beautiful…

(This story was first published on Womensweb as one of the shortlisted stories for ‘The Muse of the Month November 2017’ )   The house was bustling with energy today. A variety of snacks were being made in the kitchen … Continue reading

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The Awakening #FridayFotoFiction

  He reached the station taking laborious strides. He sat down on one of the benches, surreptitiously glancing at the station clock. Two minutes to go. He should position himself. Life had been unfair to him. His sense of loss … Continue reading

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Success #FridayFotoFiction

    She always had an urgent desire to be successful. Studying hard and reaching the top would make her successful, she believed. And she did reach the top. She worked laboriously earning both moolah and fame. Days turned into … Continue reading

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