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
I’m not a television person and hardly watch any serials. The content doesn’t appeal to me and the monotonous storylines seem quite taxing. Recently I came across the trailer of ZEE5 Originals State of Siege 26/11 and was immediately interested with the subject of the 26/11 terrorist attack. I liked it so much that I… Read More State of Siege 26/11: A thriller based on real events
I’m a little bit of this and a little bit of that kind of person. I paint when the mood hits me, dig myself in books for days at times, go on a nature-clicking spree or cook up a storm in my kitchen. You get the gist? However, an intricate scuffle arises when two or… Read More Word of the Year 2020
Two and a half decades ago I shook hands with a friend and declared that we were best friends. Teenagers then, the whole idea was to claim exclusivity over each other’s time, gossip and have a ready shoulder to cry on. The term BFF or Best Friends Forever wasn’t coined till then (if it was,… Read More Why do we need a forever?
Hello everyone! As part of Blogchatter’s Ebook Carnival I’m happy to share a book review for one of a write, editor and blogger, Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma. About the book Publishing a book can be a long and tedious process, especially for first time authors. As the name suggests, this book raises and answers pertinent questions… Read More Book Review: Write. Edit. Promote. by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma #BlogchatterEbook