•No matter what happens in life, just don’t give up on your dreams.•
Yin and yang is a quick, light and inspiring read by Surbhi_midha published by @evincepub_publishing. It’s her journey, how despite having turbulent situations at home Surbhi managed to achieve her dreams. She shares about her childhood, her bond with her grandparents, about her career choices, from how she decided to work in the hotel industry to her struggles and experiences while working with some premium hotels.
Here she shares how people around her motivated her, her mom dedicated blog posts for her and the decisions she made in life where she failed but didn’t give up to start again. It’s an honest, raw read that you will enjoy. With beautiful poems and quotes, she candidly shares her journey, how the environment at home affected her, and how things turned out better later.
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There’s simplicity and honesty in her writing style. One could relate to her journey, I enjoyed reading this unfiltered version of her story. How everyone around her helped her, and how she coped up in her career.
With crisp, simple narration, it’s a good read that you will enjoy. I loved the poem in the last chapter. She refers to her mom’s book in certain chapters and her posts.
The love between mother and daughter, being grandparents, relationships. Her bond with her parents, how they trusted her and her choices, and how her sister came to her rescue, everything is beautifully expressed by her.
Want to read something light and inspiring? Go for it. Recommended for beginners who want to start reading memoirs, this one is good to start with.
YIN and YANG: The Story Of My Life, traces the coming of age of the author who grew up in the dual circumstances of privilege and discord. The book narrates the young author’s journey of growing up in a small town of Faridabad but in close proximity to the capital New Delhi. As she leaves the comfort of her home to spread her wings in metros, she learns to live independently handling both people and situations. YIN and YANG is an introspective journey of a young woman, especially the experiences from the age of 21 through the next decade. It is a journey of awakening and seeing life from a perspective. The book explores a young female’s life lived in the shadow of a turbulent childhood with longings and aspirations, both personal and professional. The manner in which the author changes the game despite setbacks makes this book a remarkably inspirational read. The illustrations by artist Avijit Sarkar beautifully complement the story.
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