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Passion Without Action Is of No Use

My name is Maithily Arulraja, and I’m the author of Episode of Experience, a place to find inspiring stories, technology, personality development tips, wedding preparation, celebration and events, home improvement, relationship secrets, simple recipes, travel ideas, entertainment and more. After successful corporate jobs, I choose to chase my dream. I choose just one thing in life. I realized that my interest and skills were to become a blogger, a writer.

Graduation & Work

I was born in Chennai in 1989. I earned my Bachelor of Computer applications from the Madras University in 2009 and Master of Business Administration - Human Resource Management from Anna University in 2012. I worked as a technical support executive in CSS Corp, later worked as an IT Analyst in WNS and System Administrator in Wipro Technologies. I started pursuing my passion as a blogger and freelance content writer in 2014 where my responsibilities included researching and writing on various topics including technology, business, SEO, digital marketing, education, health and more.

I started writing news articles as a weekend hobby. I’ve been the magazine editor in college and also a student report and media organizer. I worked as a freelance reporter for a local newspaper,
contributed articles to The Hindu, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, The Indian Express and more. After a few years, writing became my full-time job.

Spending time in blogging inspires me, challenges me and simply makes me happy and content.
Sharing my passion for writing is what makes me tick!

I love being able to stretch my creativity through blogging!


Thank you so much for reading.
Please contact me at episodeofexperience@gmail.com

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