Hey there, beautiful souls!

I’m Niyati, and nice to meet you! Thank you for stopping by my little corner of the internet where I share all the experiences that make me who I am. Like, seriously, I can feel my heart racing with joy because you’re reading this.

Let me give you the lowdown on me and what “notesofniyati.com” means to me. So, I’m an MBA (Marketing) graduate engineer (Electronics & Communication) who is on a journey towards her Marketing Mastery. I spend most of my time thinking about the universe and how everything is aligned with it. It’s like a cosmic puzzle, and I love it!

I like sunshine, rainbows, and all things colorful. My favorite foods are idada (the white one), dhokla (the yellow one), pink sauce pasta, seven cheese pizza and I love south Indian food as well. Oh ya, I also love daal baati and gatta.

Being in the dynamism of this digital era and getting a number of questions everyday, one day the thought of writing down my own thoughts popped up in my mind, I had an epiphany. Why not write down my thoughts and share them with the world? And voila! “Notes of Niyati” was born.

Sharing my work and experiences brings me so much joy and creativity. And let’s face it, we all need some creativity and eagerness to learn new things in life, am I right? How will we grow otherwise?

I started this blog to document my travels and share my insights on marketing field. I believe that travel and marketing go hand in hand as both require creativity, adaptability and an understanding of different cultures and perspectives.

I have been fortunate enough to visit some of the most beautiful places in the world and have gained valuable marketing experience along the way.

Being an engineer turned marketer is a dream come true, and I’m forever grateful to have my family and friends who support me every step of the way.

So, my dear friends, I hope you stick around and continue to share this journey with me! Remember, if you want to do or learn something new, just go for it! Listen to your heart, take risks, and always remember, “if you aren’t risking something, you’re risking everything”.

Jai Shree Krishna, and thanks for stopping by!