Learning through experience and error



It is somewhat tricky and lately, costly to keep a website up. As this site grows, so does the money I spend on it. Also, I am about to take a somewhat extreme plunge as a gap year to focus on more writing, on and off the blog. To keep The Polymath up and running, I’ll need to shell out more and well, it will be slightly difficult.

Wait But Why?

That said, all cards on the table; it is not like I cannot support the website on my own. However, I spend a lot of time throughout the week trying to churn out content to the best of my abilities.

Also, I hate ads. I hate being served ads, and so, by empathy, I hate serving ads. You’ll never see an advertisement in The Polymath’s sidebar or hidden in any blog post. I tried that before, but I realised it wasn’t in the spirit of this blog.

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If you cannot help the website stay alive, you can surely help in other ways. In the age of the internet, each share counts so if you’re feeling a post enough, don’t forget to share it with your friends on any social media channel you use and prefer. You can also follow The Polymath on Facebook, The Nudge and me on Instagram.

Thank You!

The fact that you’re on this page is reason enough to thank you. So, even if you didn’t choose to contribute right now, you have my thanks anyway. Thank you for reading and just being on The Polymath. Trust me; it means a lot.

Learning through experience and error

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About The Content

There are three kinds of blog posts here as of mid-2019 – The Journal, The Words and The Nudge.

The Journals are thoughts, lessons, events that unfold in my life word-for-word and as barebones as I can put them out there.

The Words are creative pieces, narratives, short-stories that take from my life but did not happen word-for-word.

The Nudge has self-help articles that try to be less proud and self-righteous. They end in the nudge, which is a shareable takeaway that summarises the entire idea.

You can read more about this change here and here.

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Deepansh Khurana

I write code by day and prose by night. I'd say I love coffee but don't we all? I find stories, people and experiences. I blog about them.

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