Gratitude Log #5: January 2021

It is weird to acknowledge that a month of 2021 is almost over. Where has all the time gone? I still remember welcoming 2020 so vividly, before the entire world witness lockdowns. Yet, it seems like a lifetime ago. With everything going on across the globe over the last one year, I decided to pen… Continue reading Gratitude Log #5: January 2021

(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

Gratitude Log #4: December 2020

2020 is ending. What a year had it been! Around these hard and trying times, we could all use some gratitude. Sometimes, during the din and bustle of life, we tend to forget the right moments. We can develop a negative outlook because of the stressful times out there. And 2020 sure did participate in… Continue reading Gratitude Log #4: December 2020

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

The cyclone hit & so did my sense of privilege

I had this idea to note down my experiences during the cyclone but ended up procrastinating a bit. Finally, I managed to get up and grab my laptop and pen down my thoughts. - Cyclone Amphan hit us around 05:00 pm on Wednesday and wreaked havoc. During the cyclone, when the electricity was out and… Continue reading The cyclone hit & so did my sense of privilege

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