The first week of 2023 has flown by with some immediate things on my new year agenda fashionably ticked off already. 2022 was a great year in terms of work, recognition, writing, travel, health, food, and friendships. I sincerely hope to see this happy streak continue through this year not only for me but also… Read More Word of the Year 2023
“The world would be a better place if we realised that we have no one else to please but ourselves.” ~ Varsh. More often than not we evaluate our worth from others’ opinions of us. We try to find validation from the hope that our contributions are being noticed and crave approval from them. However,… Read More I’m an independent writer and proud of it!
Inspiration has a way to find you, all you need to do is open your heart for it. Few days ago, thanks to #BlogchatterWritFest, I attended a session by amazing Indian author Preeti Shenoy. It was both a thrilling and informative experience for me since I’ve been following her since she was a blogger. With… Read More Preeti Shenoy: Author Session and Book Review
How often do you prioritise your own happiness over everyone else’s? Does every decision in your life involve taking a hundred permissions before you arrive at it? Have you gone ahead and planned something exclusively for yourself without taking refuge in excuses? These might seem small things to you but in reality, your attitude towards… Read More Women Empowerment begins with you!
“Every artist was first an amateur.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson. Encouraging words from learned minds like his are a huge motivation for budding artists everywhere, aren’t they? We often deal with self-doubt and are hesitant to share our work with the world for fear of negative criticism. However, the beauty of art lies in the… Read More DIY Bookmarks to spruce up your reading time (Part 2)
Can you identify with the quote “I eat when I’m happy and when sad, I eat more!”? Irrespective of age, food has always been the friend we fall back on for comfort. Pakodas on a rainy day, midnight snacking, movie marathon, birthdays, anniversaries, or a party night with friends, we invent excuses to let go,… Read More Relation between Mental health and Eating Disorders #CauseAChatter
“Child is the father of man” ~ William Wordsworth. I can still clearly recall how animatedly George Sir, our English teacher in school, explained the meaning of this beautiful idiom to us. Although my amateur mind couldn’t entirely fathom the deep meaning hidden behind those words back then, I’m fairly certain that now I can.… Read More How to address Mental Health of senior citizens in India #CauseAChatter