My Journey with Sheroes

When I ask myself Why I Write, I also look at the journey I’ve been on so far.

And while it’s been less than two years (which in my opinion is very short a time to judge how I’ve fared), my journey has been extremely rewarding and fulfilling for me. I don’t measure my success in how many books I have published but in what I have learned so far. And as I always say, learning still continues.

I wrote a short article for Sheroes, chronicling my journey with them. Β It was published on The Quint, another website that puts out some great content.

In this journey of writing and learning, been one of my biggest and best clients so far – not just giving me writing assignments but also tremendous moral support. There are others too who been an integral part of this journey but that is a post for another day.

Read on to know why I love Sheroes so much!

SHEROES Story: Easier to Pursue a Dream When Someone Cheers You On

What about your journeys? Do share your comments and feedback using the box below.

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38 thoughts on “My Journey with Sheroes

  1. I have closely observed Sheroes journey ever since attending a Sheroes meet three years back. The work done by Sairee and her team is commendable. Was happy to read your article Piyusha. It was truly honest, from the heart.

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  2. I had always heard of Sheroes but was never too sure what all they are about. It’s great to see that they have played a strong role in helping you stay motivated and act as a support system for you to try to be the best you can be :).

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    1. is a career portal for women and yet it is so much more too. It’s an incredible community of women who inspire, encourage, and support each other. Thank you so much for visiting and commenting. πŸ™‚

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  3. Wow. Congrats to you for your efforts. I have known about Sheroes from some time now, but somehow couldn’t exactly understand how to work through/with/about it. Have downloaded the app too, but yet dunno how can it help me.

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    1. Thank you! πŸ™‚ Reach out to them directly. They are very helpful and supportive. Or DM me on Twitter and I’ll help you through it. πŸ™‚ You could also reach me via my contact page. Hope this proves useful. All the best!


  4. I have been a part of the Sheroes community and have met Sairee a couple of times. Great work and camaraderie. Hopefully will meet you in of the Sheroes meet ups or summits. Glad to know of you and your blog.
    Good Luck Piyusha!

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    1. Look forward to meeting you. I am a little forgetful and may even forget. Just give me a whack on my head and remind me we connected here. Can’t wait to meet. πŸ™‚ Thank you so much for your wishes.

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  5. Hey Piyusha, glad to know that you have gained from the Sheroes community. Though I have not been an active member, I really like their philosophy of building up a community only for women.


    1. I absolutely love them! There is so much to be gained from the community. Do try and be active, it’s a different feeling to be with people who understand and empathise with you. Thank you for visiting and reading. πŸ™‚


    1. Log in to, and you become a part of the community. You don’t need any invite or formal access pass. The Sheroes gang is very welcoming and supportive. πŸ™‚


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