About Bhavika

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open,” was a famous quote from Jawaharlal Nehru, it aptly describes the deep passion I harbor for travel and the reason I took up blogging.
The Past

I was part of the corporate set up as a journalist for websites and publications for five years followed by a short stint in the field of public relations and marketing, and that took a toll on me in terms of health, emotional and spiritual well-being, although I liked the travel bit of it. But it wasn’t meant for me!

Around that time, Clyde started a blog to write on topics of his interest and I grabbed the chance of documenting my journeys as well on FractalEnlightenment.com, little did we know at that time in 2006 that it would ultimately become a full-time career, and in retrospect I am happy to have chosen that path!

The Transformation

Blogging has transformed my life into a more meaningful existence. Not only has it given me the flexibility to be away from the hustle and bustle of city life but also opened up opportunity to pursue other areas of interests like travel, photography, doing yoga, playing with our dogs, gardening, spending time with family, soaking into the beauty of nature and be able to revel in it without any pressure of making it on time for work.

I have started to believe in the power of now and positive thoughts, well I took time to practice that, but after few instances of seeing thoughts manifesting into reality, I strive to maintain a positive outlook.

For everyone reading this don’t be afraid to follow your heart and what you enjoy doing, because its very important at the end of the day to feel the satisfaction not clouded by materialistic desires, there is much more to life than that!

Comments

Priyank Shah says:

Great work Bhavika. I am a follower and believer of homeopathy since it has worked for me and several people I know so I would suggest and be happy if you could have articles on it. It is a holistic and harmless way of healing. Hats off and keep up the good work.