#WomenAtWork – An Artist

I am an Artist. 

A simple one who laughs and lives life on her terms. 

I paint, sculpt, draw cartoons and caricatures,

I am also a Guinness World Record holder. 

I have a National Award to my name, 

my family taught me to play fair in the game. 

I also manage events and plan weddings, 

happiness is what I keep spreading. 

I love colors and fell in love with them when I was two. 

Talent when not guided can just fall through. 

I never stopped working on my love, 

creativity and optimism still keep me flying like a dove. 

Belief in self and that success needs no short-cuts, 

I work hard and take life head on.

Follow your passion and let your imagination soar high, 

only then you can touch the sky.

My family is my strength,

and they encourage me to work on my goals at any length. 

My name is Rebecca Taylor and I am an Artist. 

Rebecca Taylor – An Artist

Today is edition #13 of #WomenAtWork, a photo feature on this blog. If you are interested in participating, please read the inaugural post and join by adding your linky below. I would love to see your take on the tag. 

I met Rebecca who prefers to be called Becky through an office friend AB. I have never met someone as versatile and vivacious as Becky. Her achievements are incredible and every time I spoke to her, I could feel how simple, energetic and focused she is. We need more women like Becky around us. She tells me to never give up, follow one’s passion and above all, work hard and believe in yourself. 

How to link?

  • You can only join with a blog post.
  • It would be great to see a picture of a woman at work and a few words about her. If you cannot share a picture, you can share a picture of her workspace. With a real picture, I would still be able to call this a photo post. 
  • Use the linky to add your post. 
  • Visit others and show some love.


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  1. Wow a Guinness Record holder too… so many achievements under Becky’s belt. No wonder she had been working hard. Glad to know about her. I love this series 😀

  2. I love this series, Parul and even though I’ve not been able to link up, as I had earlier planned, I ‘d like to congratulate you on completing a year of this with so much dedication. Thank you for bringing us so many inspiring stories from different spheres of life. One can’t but help feel a sense of awe reading about these women, their determination and all the hard work that has led them to where they are today. Kudos, Parul 🙂

  3. “Talent when not guided can just fall through. ” – This is a great thought! Congratulations for completing one year of this special feature on your blog. And thanks for sharing about Becky’s life and work.
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  4. How fun, Parul, to meet people, and women, who makes an impact, inspires us, and gives us strength and belief- I am a firm believer in that “sister strenght” women can give eachother. Lovely presentation:-)
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  5. One year of this great series deserves congratulations, Parul! I love your dedication to it and am glad you turned it into a linkup.
    Rebecca is an inspiration – thanks for introducing her to us.

  6. Congratulations On completing a year parul. Your women at work series is a wonderful way to bring out the goodness of those women whom we see around us, yet seldom acknowledge….

    Hoping we have more Such Rebecca’s in this world… Who follow their dreams and passions.

  7. Lovely to hear Rebecca’s story, Parul. And really wonderful that you do these amazing features week after week without fail. Inspiring stories each.

  8. Congratulations on completing one year, Parul. I love this series of yours and particularly because it is about women. Thank you for introducing us to such wonderful women.
    Thanks for introducing Rebecca to us.

  9. Can’t articulate how heartening it is to see women step out and spread their wings, Parul. It is wonderful. I remember Margaret Thatcher saying “If you want something to be said, tell a man. But if you want something done, tell a woman.”

    What a wonderful poem dedicated to her too. Highlights what a woman can do, and the heights she can scale.

  10. Wow! This post was so inspirational, Parul! It’s such stories that give us faith and belief in ourselves and the things we plan for ourselves. Just keep going and working hard and one day success is sure to be yours!
    Great post, Parul! Loved reading about Becky!

  11. She is just wonderful, the world needs such women 🙂 Thanks for sharing her story and a happy new year Parul!!

  12. Beautiful, Parul. Rebecca seems like a strong, determined woman. You are right. We need more such women around us. A terrific way to usher in the New Year! 🙂