Boons, Curses, Good Luck Charms and the Evil eye

"It is all superstition until it happens to you". Brought up in a fairly rational thinking family, I have always found it hard to argue with this statement. Having said that I do not claim to be a Science v/s God kind of person. I believe there is a greater force than what science can … Continue reading Boons, Curses, Good Luck Charms and the Evil eye

Misconceptions as a Teenager

Dear Readers, Something to think about this week. Teenage is a very confusing age in everyone’s life. Often painful and emotionally stressful. When you are not old enough to party late at night and not too young to do your own laundry and dishes. It is an age of experimentation and learning. It is here … Continue reading Misconceptions as a Teenager

5 Easy Resolutions for 2021

Hello Dear Readers, Firstly, Wishing you a very Happy New Year. Hope 2021 brings health, happiness and success to you and your family. Photo by Julia Larson from Pexels I took a little break from the blogosphere to finish the final draft of my next book. It was one of the many things that I had to … Continue reading 5 Easy Resolutions for 2021

Telltale pictures: Life Finds a Way

Last year, around this time, if somebody came up to me and told me that we had only a few more months to live the way we did and soon things were going to change drastically. That we would have to start spending our holidays and weekends confined to our houses and go without eating … Continue reading Telltale pictures: Life Finds a Way

Man’s Love for Discrimination

The funny thing about thoughts is its ability to drift from one to another. It is also the most powerful thing about them. The idea behind this post came to me when my aunt was complaining about the price surge on flowers owing to the festival season. Roses, Jasmines and marigolds were selling at the … Continue reading Man’s Love for Discrimination

Bye Bye Notifications. Hello Life!

Dear readers, First of all, apologies for the cheesy title. Honestly, I cringed while writing it but if you are reading this, I think the title did its job. Two weeks ago, I attended a 'Technology and Screen Detox' online session facilitated by APTIV (The company I work for). It has made a considerable amount … Continue reading Bye Bye Notifications. Hello Life!

Three Precious Gems I found this week

A part of my daily routine is to watch motivational videos after my morning yoga session. More often than not, I simply listen to the most inspiring speeches that have previously motivated me, again. This week, however, I chose to listen to new youtube recommendations instead. Here are three precious gems that stuck with me. … Continue reading Three Precious Gems I found this week

Depression – The Innocuous Insect turned Lethal Reptile

Posting an article that I had written sometime back but hesitated to publish. Today seems like the right day to do so. The American Psychiatric Association defines depression as A common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Many as times it is the … Continue reading Depression – The Innocuous Insect turned Lethal Reptile

Old Man in the Balcony

There is something about old people that leaves a warm and cosy feeling in me. Having lost all four of my grandparents (both paternal and maternal) at a very young age, I believe there is a void in me that I try to fill by interacting with older men and women. I never miss a … Continue reading Old Man in the Balcony

Girl with a Dream

    We often hear about remembering to turn on the light when things appear dark. But what we forget is to block the negativity before turning on the light. This poem is inspired by a well known short story about a group of men who wished to climb a tall mountain but gave up … Continue reading Girl with a Dream