WOW | What You Think

If happiness is a currency, how rich do you think you are?

Swornima Rajbhandari
Brand Manager
Jasmine Hygiene Products, Sarda Group

I would be rich enough to become one of the highest tax-payers of Nepal. For me, happiness comes from the people who support me in my day-to-day life. My major sources of income are two naughty, mischievous but adorable children who manage to bring a smile on my face even at the end of a stressful day. I have an affectionate and protective husband who has always been there through the ups and downs of my life, supportive, caring and doting in-laws; mum and dad who love me unconditionally and amazing, trustworthy and big-hearted brothers and sisters who know all my secrets. I earn a little extra from my helpful, compassionate and non-judgemental friends and ever supporting supervisors who have helped me get to where I am today. I also have fantastic, delightful and polite colleagues who make me feel rich and give me a feeling that I have everything that a person needs in their life.