I occasionally dabble at writing and the topics range from product management, connected health, UX and fashion (among other things). Much of this is outside the realms of my full-time job. 

 
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mHealth behavior change
Improving outcomes in mHealth apps through behavior change | Story on Medium.com

How can one bring about behavior change in mHealth apps to improve health outcomes? Read my article on the Medium for more!

Improving outcomes in mHealth apps through behavior change | Story on Medium.com

How can one bring about behavior change in mHealth apps to improve health outcomes? Read my article on the Medium for more!

Onboarding for Mobile Health Apps | Story on Medium.com

In this article, I explore user onboarding for mobile Health (mHealth) apps by deep diving into common best practices, tradeoffs and considerations to make through examples of several consumer and patient facing mHealth apps today.

Read the full story here.

Onboarding for Mobile Health Apps | Story on Medium.com

In this article, I explore user onboarding for mobile Health (mHealth) apps by deep diving into common best practices, tradeoffs and considerations to make through examples of several consumer and patient facing mHealth apps today.

Read the full story here.

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One Kurta. Two Ways.

I love getting creative with my outfits and as many of us, want to get more bang-for-the-buck (i.e. more use out of the clothing in my wardrobe!). I recently purchased this black cotton kurta on sale from Westisde on my recent trip to India. Although I live in a very desi-dominated part of the United States (i.e. SF Bay Area), I still don't get plenty of opportunities to wear Indian outfits. So I always look pieces that can be styled in different ways, so that I can switch up the look for work and for a special occasion.


For the first, more-western inspired look, I paired the kurta with some red heels from Lolashoetique, as black-and-red is always an eye-catching combination.






For the more Indian-inspired look, I threw on a red dupatta with Zari work that I purchased online from Utsav Fashion. I threw on a pair of black leggings to complete the salwar outfit and switched out my earrings and nosepin with some gold ones. Red lips and a red bindi went hand-in-hand with the rest of the outfit.








This is a trick that has always worked well, where I throw on a bright colored or textured dupatta over a kurta or dress with leggings to really change up the look. Always a good idea to have some pretty dupattas on hand for this reason!


Hope you enjoyed reading this post! Special thanks to my husband who was bribed with a lavish meal to shoot these pictures on my iPhoneX.


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