About Tamanna Mohapatra
I am an IT/Business professional looking to transition into a role promoting sustainability at work and in our personal life. I believe there is much scope to incorporate sustainability into our products, processes, and practices.
I am part of the group that inspires by proper action and motives. Towards that end this blog is my little haven to share thoughts and stories and all things sustainability related.
I have an MS in Sustainability Management from Columbia University and an MBA from Bentley Graduate School of Business. I call NYC home (for now).
- ‘Ekamra walks”-An exploration of my own city in the most beautiful way possible
- Book summary of: Mistakes I made at work or “Living is a practice of learning to make better mistakes”
- Looking for my “moai” Book summary of The Blue Zone Solutions
- Book review and somewhat summary: Straight talk on investment by Jack Brennan
- Book review:The Third Plate, by Dan Barber
Tag Archives: The new health rules
And finally, the last section on making life for more enjoyable and getting the most out of it! I hope you enjoyed this 5 part book review! Living: Clean your tap water. Chlorine and Fluoride added to sterilize tap water are bad … Continue reading
This section covers overall life changes to make for a healthier existence. Healing: Meditation is worth it-use it anywhere, anytime, to rest, relax and restart. Stop complaining-find a silver lining or focus on something you are grateful for. Do something … Continue reading
This section has some easy yet powerful medical guidelines. Boosting: Get 15 minutes of sunshine a day For a good night’s sleep, you need 4 things: a cool room (60 to 68F), no screens an hour prior to sleeping, total … Continue reading
Continuing the book review, here’s what’s recommended in regards to physical habits. Moving: Core workout, Yoga, Cardio- all three are equally important and equally required for a healthy body. Interval training of spurts of high cardio is just as good … Continue reading
Once in a while you come across a book that’s both visually appealing and content wise sharing-each and every page. This book is one of those. I would recommend everyone to own and gift a copy of it to their … Continue reading