Time waits for none. It is non-refundable therefore, one must spend it judiciously. To look more upon the importance of time and time management, The Rising Bharat interviewed a man who is known to be associated with the fashion industry.
There is always something about taboos – something repressed, unacknowledged or just a quick glimpse out of the corner of one’s eyes. Maybe, a direct look is too unsettling. Taboos lie within taboos, like the skin of an onion.
We have begun to come out of the shadows gradually, we have begun to break with the routines and oppressive customs to discard taboos and we have commenced carrying with pride the task of thawing hearts and changing consciousness.
Here is one such story of a boy who dreamt of being different and taboos also could not move him from doing what he loved.
Vaibhav – is a fashion blogger who carried on the venture Pehenawah. He says that the grass always looks greener on the other side. So, why not go and check it for yourself? He now knows that starting a fashion blog is not easy, as most people might think. It takes sweat, courage, and determination to start something unconventional.
The joy of dressing is an art, fashion reflects who you are, fashion is something that comes from within and that gives you confidence. He recalls his initial yet challenging struggles. From taking a risk to start a venture in a field that is already too competitive to surviving it till now, it has been a roller coaster ride for Vaibhav. He believes that work is going to fill a large part of everyone’s life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do some great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. He knows how pleasure in the job puts perfection to the work.
Recollecting some of the hassles which he went through in this field the toughest job for him was to break the patriarchal beliefs that are deeply rooted in our society. He says that victims of this setup are not just women but men also. According to him, these patricentric beliefs are consuming our nation like a termite. Stating one real-life example he stated how battling for acceptance was the biggest hardship. He states that male bloggers are rarely accepted. Had it not been for his parents support, he would not have been able to reach at such heights.
Vaibhav shares few of his ideologies which help him going. For one way, he follows the principle of- “Hoping for the best and preparing for the worst.” This mindset has helped him evolve as a stronger person.
Also, he wants to convey to the audience that, “Time waits for none. It is non – refundable therefore one must spend it judiciously.”
Let’s learn something from him and make our move in the right way.