I have become very irregular with blogging these days because I am going through a lazy phase. I wouldn’t call this ‘writer’s block’ because there is no dearth of ideas. I even managed to write a few posts however never posted them. Therefore, I have decided that I will post something daily on the remaining … Continue reading My 20 Day Challenge
Aaji means grandmother in Marathi. There is strange warmth in the name Aaji, it is like a soft blanket that we wrap during the winter months and sit in the sun, reading a book and drinking coffee. The Aaji in this story is also a lady as warm as winter Sun. Her presence always comforted … Continue reading Aaji- The Foster Grandmother #A-ZChallenge2018
In the initial years of my marriage, I found my Father-in-Law (FIL) scary and intimidating. Thanks to the family ranting. He was labelled as socially awkward who interacted less, never attended weddings, never went and stayed at anybody’s house (including his children’s), a recluse who had a bad temper. On the other hand, my mother-in-law … Continue reading Introvert Vs Extrovert #MondayMusings
January proved to be an eccentrically hectic yet amazing month. So many things happened in the span of last 29 days that I am honestly overwhelmed. This was the anniversary month of my blog and I am grateful and indebted to all the fellow bloggers who took out time from their busy schedules and wrote … Continue reading January Gratitude List
Linking this post to Wordless Wednesday hosted by beautiful Esha@ Soul Talk.
Q. What is the first thing I do after waking up in the morning? A. I check my Whatsapp. (I check my Whatsapp not because I have been expecting an urgent message from Narendra Modi, I check it because it is my Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Checking smartphone throughout the day is symptomatic of my progressive … Continue reading Stop Stereotyping Women
Spending the night on the street locked out of my home was not exactly my idea of a perfect solo vacation.
“I am sixteen going on seventeen I know that I’m naive” I believe I never grew beyond sixteen. I am as naive as I was when I was sixteen however I wish to stay this naive forever. Feeling young at heart is what keeps me going. Sixteen was the age when I used to live … Continue reading I am Sixteen
I was wondering what to write for #MondayMusings when I came across Anamika from Bespectacled Mom’s post on # A Book Lover’s Tag. Along with Anamika I had also been tagged by Esha from Soul Talk to write this amazing post but I was kind of procrastinating. Anamika’s post nudged me to do it right … Continue reading Books and Nostalgia- A Book Lover’s Tag #MondayMusings