The Importance of Self-Care: 3 Ways to Implement It

Disclaimer: I am not a professional mental health expert. These few months have been hectic, and this post is a reflection of that. Big changes are coming in my life and I have to prioritise certain things to cope. Unfortunately, blogging wasn't one of that. That does not mean that I am over it. I… Continue reading The Importance of Self-Care: 3 Ways to Implement It

10 Core Values I Want to Inculcate in My Life

Having a set of core values is essential. Everyone should have their own table of values in life. These values will act as a compass and set you on the right path. However, this is more than a simple Google search. You really need to dig deep and come up with your own core values.… Continue reading 10 Core Values I Want to Inculcate in My Life

Systems versus Goals

Consider these... Two authors plan to finish their books by the end of the year. One just approaches the task as their final goal, the other plans to write 2000 words a day.Two students plan to sit for an exam in six months. One of them fixates on getting the highest score while the other… Continue reading Systems versus Goals

(Not) Always Available

In today's hyperconnected world, the state of being unavailable is losing its credibility. We are at an age where connections are at our fingertips. When we connect with someone, we are always looking for the fast reply. This is one example of instant gratification. Think back. How many times had someone called you incessantly after… Continue reading (Not) Always Available

New Year, New Me?

2021 finally arrived. Resolutions are being made. People out there are attacking with rejuvenated motivation. After all, it's a fresh start. A blank canvas. Right? New year, new me. Right? In today's world, we have established very quantitative goals in our lives. The numbers game has become more prevalent than before. How many followers do… Continue reading New Year, New Me?

The art of saying ‘no’

Why saying 'yes' is the norm? In today's world, saying 'yes' is kind of a default. We are in this constant need for validation and while the majority of it comes from likes and comments, saying 'yes' to people even when reluctant, plays a huge role in defining our personalities and priorities. The taboo of… Continue reading The art of saying ‘no’

Monthly Favourites #4: June 2020

Here are my favourite things for the month of June! Favourite Book I am a Potterhead. However, when it comes to rereading books, I am not much into it. Last month, I issued the audiobook of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and started listening to it. It had been years since I revisited Harry Potter and I loved… Continue reading Monthly Favourites #4: June 2020

Monthly Favourites #3: May 2020

Here are my May favourites! Favourite Book I read Sarah J. Maas' Catwoman: Soulstealer last month. This is the first time I have read one of her books and I loved the story and her writing. I am so eager to check out her other novels. If you're a fan of Sarah J. Maas or… Continue reading Monthly Favourites #3: May 2020

One step at a time

I spent a good ole evening wondering how to start. The raging headache, accompanying me since today morning, isn't helping at all. I have a lot to say. However, I hesitate because of my private nature. Nonetheless, I thought of penning down my thoughts and see how it goes. Looking back, I feel like I… Continue reading One step at a time

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