Grey hair at the roots, a hint of crow feet, a body that has seen better shape, loose fitting clothes and a permanent resigned expression is something I often associated with the 40s women growing up. Judge me for it but back in the day women, even working ones, paid scarce attention to themselves. Many… Read More Stepping into 40s and all that jazz
The mirror has a thousand stories to tell. It sees and shows everything without holding anything back for our sake. What do you see when you look at the mirror? Does that face staring back at you look drawn and those eyes reflect the sadness of lost opportunities? Or has vitamin glee wiped that word… Read More My Vitamin Glee
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
“I’m tired, I want to do nothing!” was my 4.6yo Angel’s excuse when I asked if she would like to help me in some household chores. She had wrapped up her school work, her screen time was over and keeping her occupied was proving to be a difficult task. I was amused with her answer… Read More When ‘nothing’ works
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?