Everyone introspects, even the ones who say they don’t. The difference lies in how kind and unkind we are to ourselves for what we see within. Do we take the blame for not doing enough when we could? Can we be courageous and accept the negative impact someone had on our life and behaviour? Are… Read More The Midnight Library #BlogchatterBlogHop
“Love me for a reason and let the reason be love” went the famous Boyzone song and left a deep impression on the starry-eyed, romantic teenager in me. How could it not? Gorgeous British boys with their spotless skin and sexy accent could never be wrong about love, after all. Like many girls of my… Read More How marriage made me a better person
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
It is said that grief doesn’t shrink over time, we grow around it. We may try everything we possibly can to escape the loneliness that comes with losing a loved one. However, the void remains. Life keeps us on our toes, momentarily distracts us, but there are days and occasions that jolt us back to… Read More A Letter for Mom’s Birthday
I can substantiate with some authority that after being married for 15 years predicting your spouses’ moves, moods even words is a cakewalk. A has a Sales profile and has been working from home for the last 15 months with just a couple of flying visits to work. During this time I’ve seen him negotiate… Read More Kick that FOMO!
The other day I sat with Angel during her online Hindi classes. She’s in first grade and the virtual learning is proving a tad challenging while learning a new language. Added to it the constant commotion in a typical kiddo class punctuated with random chat messages and her annoyance knew no bounds (Yes, she’s a… Read More Why ‘Thou shalt keep learning’ is my motto in life!
“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