Hi! I am Sandhya from Bangalore, India.
Here’s a little about me.
I describe myself as an ‘innate curious’ in two words – Curiosity to try a new skill, learn a new language, or live in divergent places while being open to soaking in absorbing information and tastes.
I’m a polyglot and can have a conversation in five different languages, now getting a hang on the sixth one!
All through my school and college days, I lived across different cities. I had to adapt to a new set of friends and new ways every few years! I had to learn quickly. The languages, the gestures, and the culture.
I would mend my ways of learning things in the simplest ways possible.
And for the happy and enthusiastic kid, I was, I would share my learnings in the simplest ways too.
As an adult, I realized people know how to make money, but they fail to understand and manage it.
And thus, I started this blog to share my learnings in finance, to put down my research and opinions understandable even by people of non-finance background. A finance blog sans the jargon!
I am grateful for my educational background in finance. I am a Chartered Accountancy finalist, btw and an inquisitive apprentice hungry for knowledge.
I have always been interested in things beyond formal education. Topics that are way important than what university textbooks cover.
Hence, I chose my niche as ‘Personal finance and money management’ initially.
But I couldn’t stop myself from being drawn to learning about Stock Markets and now Cryptocurrency.
This blog is my research about -
- How to have the right money mindset?
- How to invest?
- Where to invest?
- How much to invest in each investment avenue?
- Why to invest and learn about investments ?
Basically, all the finance knowledge that’s require to be taught in school.
For a person of non-finance background, managing money might feel like a fright-task! ‘Working for money and ‘Making money work for yourself ‘ has a long distance. That’s where I want to step in and bridge the gap. By simplifying and educating about money and its different forms.
Honestly, you don’t have to be an MBA or a CA or a math wiz to manage money. All it takes is common sense and some basic understanding.
I congratulate you on taking this step to ‘good financial skills’. Stay curious and connected to our blog, YouTube channel, closed Telegram group, and Instagram account to be money-wise! Let your journey to mastery on money begin!