Finding time for myself may seem like the most difficult (and sometimes unnecessary) thing to do in the midst of being an entrepreneur-cum-mom, but that’s the one thing that keeps the sanity and the creativity, both going.
TFD is a syndrome that hits most startup founders fairly regularly, though of course the intensity and duration varies with each event. I’ve learnt that it’s not that difficult to handle, given that it’s recognized early and attacked head on.
A typical Talking Street outing includes the following: Passionate Street Foodies who like to discover small, unique joints in a particular locality, their cameras because food and photography are so interlinked and their tummies that are constantly on the look-out to try good food.
A few weeks ago we went out for what was probably our first, big-group street food discovery outing, and was it fun! Street food (hyperlink) is a hangout or adda thing to do, it is best enjoyed with a group of friends joking, laughing and constantly pulling each others’ leg. And that exactly the agenda on this foodie trip to Mount Carmel College’s Loafer Lane .
A quick introduction to the crew at this TS Foodie Walk.