About Us

My Millennial Journal is a venture initiated for promoting free opinion on the internet. It is an idea encouraging liberal thinking. It is a platform with an aim to motivate the youth to express their thoughts and creativity through the use of language. Posts penned down by our contributors is the driving force for this online journal. Moreover, this initiative is fueled by  dedication and enthusiasm shown by our authors. 

However this platform would be incomplete without mentioning the striving efforts displayed by the founders. Let us introduce you to both our founders. 

Anshika Jhamb 

Anshika attained a deep sense of tranquility after writing down thoughts and emotions in a diary while battling depression. It helped her realise the power of journaling since it opened new doors to analysing and observing the monkey mind that hopped around and blabbered gloom-ridden chuntering. She discerned that writing can be as powerful as meditating and Eureka! She was next found blogging on her website ThinkAboveHorizon and establishing an Instagram account ‘InspireMeIndia’ wherein she published numerous videos on the unsung Indian heroes and astonishing facts about India that garnered appreciation from people. In her free time, she loves exploring the world of ancient India by reading books concerning with the genre of mythology. Otherwise you normally find her in her room, savouring a bucket full of choco-chip ice-cream to the brim, and a movie.


Amish Agarwal

Amish is inspired by the Italian quote “Veni, Vidi, Amavi”, he has had a keen passion in travelling, exploring places and admiring different cultures since his childhood. Moreover, he has a dramatic range of hobbies including those of playing the guitar and capturing vivid shots on his camera. Not to mention, Amish has also started engaging in freelance content writing and ghost blogging associated to travel. Pen is the mightiest weapon for him. Evidently, he dreams to become a professional travel blogger! Amish has constantly being promoting young writers through his micro fiction platform ‘TheTwinklingTales’,  on Instagram. On a typical Sunday afternoon you could find Amish scribbling some nano tales at a rustic cafe with one of the best works of his favorite author Dalrymple and a cup of hot chocolate.

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