Reading is your power; checking, verifying, and refraining from spreading hate is your responsibility. Continue reading Why did we turn our lives upside down in 2020?
Every night you tell yourself you’ll do it tomorrow, you know, that’s not going to change for another forty-eight hours. Continue reading Of Spoons, Soaps and Scrubbers
I made my own shade of black and white, and it often overlapped someone’s grey. Continue reading I’m Full of Myself, and I’ve Earned It
I always thought I am a feminist. I want equality for women. I did not understand the concept of feminism I guess. If I am a feminist then I need to hate all men but I don’t. Continue reading Who Am I?
There are instances in our life when we have stood in front of the mirror and said to ourselves “I look ugly…”. Continue reading The Burden of Ugliness
A person who doesn’t find these kinds of jokes funny doesn’t lack a sense of humour, they have sensitivity. Continue reading Laughing Towards Normalisation
Getting married and having your own goal are two separate things. They are equally important and you must ensure that you don’t ever lose dignity in either. Continue reading Design A Life You Love
As a tell-all writer, I often have to deal with people pointing out that I am melancholic, and that I need to brighten up and write with positivity. Continue reading Please Unfollow Me
“You spent 200 for a cab! You could have simply taken the bus.” It’s as if buses are just waiting for my royal entry. *rolls her eyes* Continue reading Our Truly ‘Grand’ Parents
By this age, a person is expected to have completed his/ her education, have a career plan, a well-paying (or just a paying) job and be self-sufficient. I’m none of that. Continue reading I’m 25, Unemployed, Broke And It’s Okay.