Tranquil Getaways, Parliament in Nepal, Whatsapp Newsletter, and Customer Expectations: Here's what's trending on ScrollStack this week

Insia Lacewalla, who runs India with Insia – a curated platform for travel – takes us on a journey through Kerala, which she says is a tranquil getaway for not just foreign tourists but also for all of us back home. "Backwater houseboats, secular architecture, Ayurveda, and a wonderland for spices, that’s Kerala for us," Lacewalla writes.
Meanwhile, Nandini Swaminathan writes on how reading shaped her into who she is today. "Books taught me that there are so many different perspectives. They made me see things with a lot more empathy, because it would encourage me to relate to situations better," she writes.
Abhishek Baxi, who writes on technology, guides readers on how to start a newsletter on WhatsApp or other messaging apps. "While most newsletter services like Substack, Revue (now acquired by Twitter), etc. are built around email distribution, ScrollStack, essentially at the intersection of Medium and Substack, aims to fix that," he writes.
Rishad Tobaccowala, author of the bestselling Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data, writes about Eight Client and Customer Expectations where he highlights the importance of continuous communication and celebrations of successes in order to build understanding and fuel enduring relationships.
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