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I specialize in various kinds of Photography – Agency, Startups, Headshots, Team Shots, Events, Product.

For me photography is both a hobby and a profession

I worked really hard to build my skill in photography and got involved in exciting projects. I find joy in photography which lets me enjoy many activities, I enjoy traveling and experiencing new cultures. Photography to me is a passport to meeting new people, experiencing other cultures and discovering common ground as well as differences. To put it simply, it’s a way for me to tell a story with a series of photographs and creating awareness and understanding across cultures, communities, and countries.



A Photowalk Project by Sanchali that celebrates and focuses on the influence of Women in Frankfurt, their area of expertise, their contribution to the society and the difference they are making.

Wanting a shoot to capture more people (5+ individuals)? Perhaps you’re holding a training day and need headshots and some other group content, you can now book me in for an hour or two for headshots, team shots and some candids.

With the world relying on digital and social media now more than ever, there are so many opportunities for photographers to have their work seen. When it comes to beautifying your online space, a big part of having a stunning website also means having high-quality, beautiful photography. Get in touch with me to schedule a quick call and define a custom project that you need help with.

Food photography is a big part of my life as I started my blogging career as a food blogger. I am experienced in attending blogging events organized by Restaurants and later got directly employed as photographer to shoot their food, usually with either one of two key objectives, i) to generate content to support their brand, e.g. brochures, website, menus, press releases and ii) for social media use. If you plan on hiring me as your food/product/restaurant photographer, you can simply supervise the styling session or leave it to me.

Apart from photography and videos, and writing for my own blog I also write content for other websites also called ‘guest blogging’ it helps me exponentially, to get more photography clients through other websites. It helps me connect with the vendors I write for, also increases my reach by reaching their audience. Like this I have the prerogative to share my mind with the new readers and form connection with them.


Do you want me to Shoot your


There could be any number of other packages included or excluded, depending on your projects precise setup and requirements. Please feel free to get in touch to discuss your Custom Package.


The easiest way to get in touch with me is via

Instagram DM https://www.instagram.com/photographybysanchali/ OR

Email at sanchali@sancsuum.com

Capturing Creative and Playful Shots You Always Wanted!

Homeschool Gardening with Kids

Gardening with Kids – How To Teach Basics of Gardening To Kids – Homeschool Gardening for Kids

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Here I share with you how to make a mini garden/fairy garden for your own children to enjoy. I made this backyard mini garden with my daughter as part of her homeschool curriculum. Surprisingly, they are actually really very easy to make and don’t have to cost a fortune.

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Gardening with kids

Fun Gardening Ideas For Kids on the Web and Benefits of Gardening With Children: 1. https://thesurvivalmom.com/ideas-gard… 2. https://www.goodplayguide.com/2018/07… 3. https://homeschoolon.com/top-free-res… 4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OwRz…

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Meditation and Stillness – How to create the perfect Zen Space

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Your home should really be your one safe space – the place you feel safe, relaxed and calm, like a haven of tranquility that you can escape to after a long day. Erratic and stressful times make it increasingly difficult to find stillness and relaxation in our lives, one of the few options left is to create a peace haven in the comfort of our own home.

Motivating yourself to stick with a home practice can be challenging. With an inviting zen space, however, you may be more likely to sit down and find your breath for a few minutes each day. This space could be a room, or simply a corner, where you can meditate, practice breathing techniques, or just take some quiet me time – listen to some soothing music, read your favorite books/magazines, sip a quiet cup of coffee or just breathe.

If you have an empty corner in your home, you’re just a few steps away from creating a space that will encourage home practice and daily meditation, allowing you to be more relaxed, balanced and stress-free every day.

In this post, I’ll be giving you my tips on how to create a Zen space in your home and sharing some products from my zen space that will optimize the corner for your complete mental repose. Here are a few things to look for:

Mermaid Goddess Shrine/Altar

Keep your space minimal: This is the one space in your house that you MUST leave clutter free and tidy. It is really important that you never feel overwhelmed by the amount of stuff that’s in there. Keep it tidy, airy, and don’t put anything in there that you don’t feel is necessary for your sense of calm and relaxation.

Set the Mood: When you step into a yoga studio, a sense of calm immediately washes over you. That’s not by accident — typically, a studio has turned on soft-playing music and adjusted the lighting to enhance relaxation. Bring these same ideas into your zen space to create a peaceful ambiance. When choosing the room, pay attention to natural lighting as well. For instance, a room that has a lot of natural light will instantly enhance your mood.

Nature: Bringing nature into your space will optimize your relaxation so much – being surrounded by natural elements has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety as it helps to ground us back to the earth. Firstly, you can invest in some houseplants for greenery. It’s also a good idea to incorporate some woven products or decorations, which is also a key element of nature. Lastly, you may want to invest in some kind of water feature like mine (Mermaid Goddess Shrine/Altar with beach sand, stones, shells, coral, candles) – they are calming to look at.

Fragrance: A must-have product for a Zen space is fragrance or aromatherapy. Candles are a great way of incorporating aromatherapy into your Zen space – the glow creates a feeling of warmth and again by choosing scented candles such as lavender and lemongrass, you get to feel all the aromatherapy benefits. Diffusing some essential oils can make a huge difference in your mood and feeling of wellbeing. The diffuser will also help clean and purify the air in the space which will help it feel airier.

Make it comfortable: While it’s important to keep your Zen space free from clutter, it’s important to make it feel as comfortable as possible for you. Invest in some throw and cushions – play about with their texture, opt for fluffy ones, velvet, whatever will make your space feel Insta-Hygge. You can also incorporate some blankets, either for decoration or to wrap up in. Weighted blankets are proven to reduce anxiety, and they feel like a hug in a blanket! Rugs or mats can really complete the space and make it feel more cozy, especially if the floor in the space is a cold laminate or tile.

So there is your ultimate guide on how to create a Zen space in your home! I hope I have been able to offer some inventiveness and ideas. Let me know if you have a calm space in your home, and if so what makes it calm?

Enjoy your Zen moment!

Lots of love

Sanchali x

3 Secrets Of People Whose Houses Are ALWAYS Clean

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Everyone knows someone whose house is always flawlessly clean. It doesn’t matter if you show up there for an event or unannounced, it looks immaculate and polished every single time.

How do these people do it? Is there a secret society of the super clean freaks that we don’t know about?

Do not worry. You too can be a part of the super clean freaks society by following the 3 secrets of people whose houses are always clean.

1. They don’t hoard

The more stuff you have, the more you will have to clean. The more things you have on your table top, the more things that have to be dusted. This does not mean you need to live in an empty house, it just means you should only keep what’s necessary and not hoard.

Trust us, it’ll make your life so much easier.

2. They don’t leave cleaning for the very last minute

Think about it – is it easier to simply make your bed cause everything else is in its place or clean a room that hasn’t been swept/mopped in weeks and has clothes, books and other things strewn around all over?

It might be tempting in the moment to leave the dishes until tomorrow or put your clothes in a hamper, but too many “I’ll do it tomorrow” moments turn your house into an unmanageable mess. Clean as you go – it’ll take much less time and you’ll enjoy a cleaner house for a longer period of time.

3. They know where to focus their energy

You know what they say…fake it till you make it. We all know that cleaning is not exactly a fun task and there will be weeks when you just can’t find time to clean. So learn to fake it!

Pros know what areas to focus on and make it seem like their space is spotless, even if it’s not.

Article from: ewmoda