Ever since the Covid crisis began, I struggle to find moments that I can feel grateful for. Nevertheless, the greatest moment of gratitude is that I am still alive. I wake up every day and try to find a motivation to get through the day. On few days I find solace in music on another … Continue reading Gratitude List July
Ever since the Covid crisis began, it has taken a toll on our mental peace. I am struggling hard to get some "me-time". A time when I can peacefully sit with my cup of tea and look out of the window. These days I am always at the beck and call of the two boys … Continue reading My Sanctum #wordlesswednesday
My husband prefers to call himself an urban farmer. As you are aware from my previous post 'Time we grow our own food' that his grandfather was a farmer by profession who grew everything in his farmland. However, his uncles migrated to the cities and now they have sold most of the farmlands. Only few … Continue reading Can you Guess the Plant? #ThursdayTreeLove
Couple of weeks back, I made this for my sonny boy. He is fond of English Breakfast from Theobroma, a local patisseri, however due to the lockdown, he couldn't have it for long, so I decided to prepare it for myself. I posted this on Facebook and my dear blogger friend Anamika said that I … Continue reading English Breakfast #WordlessWednesday
Apologies for the scary title. I know this kind of title can shock us more during this pandemic. However, a Bucket List may be a good idea. It may give you the motivation to survive these days of anxiety and make you more productive and energetic. With the COVID 19 virus spreading in leaps and … Continue reading Did you create a Bucket List during the Pandemic?
When I was in college, I read a short story. I can't recollect the title or author but I do remember the story very well. It was a Utopian futuristic story. It talked about a future society without the concepts of money, property and marriage. After reading the synopsis of the story if any of … Continue reading How the Society in Future Could be
My mother-in-law's father was a farmer, he grew all his food supplies like vegetables, rice, and fruits on his own farm. He had a pond full of fishes and a small poultry that provided for eggs and chicken. He had cows and goats that supplied milk. He also had a small khacchi ghanni to grind … Continue reading Time we Grow Our Own Food
I am virtually traveling back to all the places that I have ever visited in my life. This trip was taken last year. I was stunned by the golden pillars and tried to capture it unfiltered. Linking to Esha and Natasha for Wordless Wednesday.
We are in the fifth month of Lockdown. Going by the statistics it doesn't seem that we would come out of it anytime soon. We have to adjust to the new normal. This lockdown has taken away from me my greatest pleasure "traveling". I loved traveling but Covid 19 wouldn't let me travel for the … Continue reading View From the Top