When life gets complicated, I reach out for the simplicities of my life—like taking a long walk, penning down my thoughts or just sitting with my kids to read a children’s book or even watching a movie. All this gives me positive yet realistic perspectives on everything I’m dealing with.

To quote a few lines from supposedly children’s literature that inspire me:

A Man who never made mistakes, never made anything.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2012)

Nobody but me is going to change my story.


It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to your enemies, but a great deal more to stand up to your friends.

Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone

 And there are a gazillion more.

It might seem childlike but those kid stories are positive, impactful for the adult life circus and leaves me with a deep sigh of relief, with my nerves calm and a mind that is ticking in the right direction.


  • Priyanka Jaitly Judge

    Writer and Organization Psychologist

    I am a mother of two, a writer and a consultant in Human Resources. As a Master’s in Psychology, I love engaging with people and facilitating individuals and groups at various levels. I have used Psychometric Tools for organisational requirements and engaged in one to one counselling in order to support individuals with various challenges they face in an organisation. I am passionate about reflecting upon and writing about contemporary matters that impact our living, holistic health (with a high focus on mental health & healing), women and children. Being from a Qualitative Research and HR background, I have had the opportunity to interact with people in direct interviews as well as in groups. this close interaction has only made my love for delving & understanding the human psyche stronger.