There are times when life gives us a shove and we end up with scratches and wounds. We are so dazed by the fall that we have no clue how to get up and continue again. It is our good … Continue reading Dealing with Life the Foodie Way
‘Is the glass half empty or half full?’ Continue reading Perception: My Take
Millenials. Youth. Us. We people always end up being sandwiched between the reckless immaturity and composed maturity. It’s very difficult for us to adjust and survive in the harsh reality of life. And many a time, we feel a need … Continue reading A Desired Romance
One evening, while I was reading the newspaper, my elder brother came home and asked me to make him a cup of tea. I bluntly refused, saying that I was studying. To this, he responded, “no, you’re not studying. You’re … Continue reading A Turning Point
As I walked outside the gate, the clouds began to rumble, but I still continued walking towards my destination- the paanwaala across the street. Continue reading Episode One: I Would’ve Never Returned With My Blurry Vision
“The song talks about the warrior in each and every one of us, the Gladiator who finds the path to triumph before we sleep every day.” Continue reading Out Of The Box: This Acoustic Band Released An Upbeat Single That’ll Help You ‘Fight’ Your Worries!
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?
When I was told about the work opportunity in Caribbean Islands, like you, dear reader, my reference point was the sitcom mentions. Continue reading Explorer Mode ‘ON’
Grade A student, good daughter, good human but what about her dreams? Continue reading Series Of Misfortunate Events: Frustration & Depression
I just left behind a cushy job, my friends and my family to pursue “the dream”; I wanted to find a flaw in his reasoning. Continue reading Conversations with a Desi: Spilled coffee, Rule of 72 and Kheema-Pav