Food for Thought

An unexpected change took place yesterday. And it provided me with extra time in my hands for this month. Now, here comes the options, the choices. What to do? What not to do? Since I have found out that I work better when held accountable, I decided to post it here. For this month, I… Continue reading Food for Thought

My Experience with Journaling

If I am being truthful enough, I'd say that I do not maintain a journal consistently. I love writing. It is a form of self-expression for me. It is therapeutic. I have been journaling since I was 9 years old. I felt motivated to start a journal after reading about Tom Riddle's diary from Harry… Continue reading My Experience with Journaling

Gratitude Log #2: April 2020

Here are the things I'm grateful for, in April! Home & Health I know that I have said this last month but it keeps striking back to me, especially during these times. Needless to say, I have taken my home and my health for granted previously and embarrassingly enough, it took a worldwide pandemic to… Continue reading Gratitude Log #2: April 2020

Monthly Favourites #2: April 2020

This post happened a bit late. I have no other excuses other than me being busy with some personal stuff. Without further ado, here are my April favourites! Favourite book(s) I read The Street Lawyer by John Grisham this month and needless to say, I loved it. It depicts the sufferings of the homeless and… Continue reading Monthly Favourites #2: April 2020

Gratitude Log #1: March 2020

This is another category that I had in my mind for some time now. During these dark and trying times, we need to reflect and count our blessings as it can get dire at times. So, here are some things I am grateful for the month of March. Home & health During this time of… Continue reading Gratitude Log #1: March 2020

Monthly Favourites #1: March 2020

This particular idea had been in my mind since a long time now. And finally, I have succumbed to it and started writing it. I call this category "Monthly Favourites", where I dig up my favourite things that I have witnessed/experienced the past month and pen them down here. I feel like this is a… Continue reading Monthly Favourites #1: March 2020

Time Management Tips (‘Secrets’ Edition)

Recently, I completed Martin Manser's Secrets: Time Management. I picked up the book at a book fair for just half the price and I must admit, it was worth it. Martin Manser pens down various practical tips to manage your time effectively and be intentional with your productivity. So, after reading the book, I decided… Continue reading Time Management Tips (‘Secrets’ Edition)

The Power of Checklists

If there were a list of things that make me more comfortable, lists would be on the top of that list. - Sheldon Cooper, The Big Bang Theory Anyone else relates to this? I know that I can. Humans have a tendency to complicate things. We are complex human beings, it's in our nature. And while… Continue reading The Power of Checklists

One (and a Half) Month of Social Media Detox

Social media detox is one of the most popular trend these days. With the advent of technology and the cheaper prices we pay for it nowadays, it is something almost every person is keen on attempting. Social media detox isn't something that I thought of in the recent months. I never used social media that… Continue reading One (and a Half) Month of Social Media Detox

Curating Your Social Circle

Recently I have been thinking about the effects of curation. And that doesn't only apply to one's wardrobe and belongings, but also to a person's social circle. Look around. How many people you know are actually holding you back? Maybe unintentionally but still... I know some. Now the point is, maybe they don't know that… Continue reading Curating Your Social Circle