Read. watch. listen with Sadichha Shrestha

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12 Mar 2018
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In this week’s Read, Watch, Listen segment, Shrestha, Miss Nepal 2010, shares how reading transports her to different realities. She also talks about how she enjoys living vicariously through songs and through the characters of TV shows

Sadichha Shrestha is not one to rest on her laurels. From being a young achiever to successfully running a show as a presenter and endorsing eminent brands like Sabha Nepal and Everest Bank, she continues to add more feathers to her cap. In this week’s Read, Watch, Listen segment, Shrestha, Miss Nepal 2010, shares how reading transports her to different realities. She also talks about how she enjoys living vicariously through songs and through the characters of TV shows.

MILESTONES

  • Winning Miss Nepal 2010
  • Switching her major from Science to Management
  • Graduating with an MBA from AIT, Thailand
  • Receiving a gold medal and being conferred the Nepal Bidhya Bhusan Award

Read

I grew up reading Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew adventures. I also buried myself in Nicholas Sparks’s novels. Currently, I am reading a book called The 10% Entrepreneur, by Patrick J Mcginnis. The book essentially offers readers advice for following their dreams: hold down a full-time job, but invest 10 per cent of your time, money and resources into becoming an entrepreneur—without losing your steady paycheck.

Watch

I feel my time spent watching and re-watching Friends is time well spent. I know that YouTube is flooded with snippets of the series, but I can never have enough of the complete episodes. The series is over a decade old, but its core message—to cherish the bonds of friendship—is timeless. I have also binge-watched Game of Thrones and am looking forward to starting with the Scandal series.

Listen

Anything happening and trendy will set my mood just right. Right now, I have on repeat mode Julia Michaels’ ‘Heaven’, from Fifty Shades Freed. Music allows me to escape; it takes me to places where all things are good. Sometimes, it makes me feel like I’m immersed in the kinds of settings you see in movies.