In my previous post, I wrote about how I want to heal in 2022. Healing wouldn't happen overnight. It is a process that is going to take time. The roadmap of the healing journey is slightly complicated. It is going to be a journey within. In this journey, I have to be introspective and look … Continue reading Bad Habits to Get Rid of in 2022
It is a common belief that everybody loves to receive gifts. However, the more people are embracing minimalism, the more gifts are becoming a botheration. Ever since I started my minimalist journey, gifts have become a source of botheration and irritation for me. Before you start judging me for being rude to the sentiments of … Continue reading Why I Hate Gifts?
Minimalism has suddenly taken the internet by storm. We have all spent more time at home this past year, than in our entire lives. This probably made many realize how much unnecessary stuff they have gathered around the house. The economic downturn also made people realize how to spend money on things that matter and … Continue reading Why I Became a Minimalist?
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
I was going through a bad bout of depression. A friend called and I started literally howling on the phone like a school girl. She said “I never expected this from you. I always thought you were a strong girl and look at the way you are crying.” The day my Dad passed away, a … Continue reading Is Crying an act of Weakness?
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
I am in the middle of a writer’s block and trying hard since morning to write something. In the morning I started writing for my other blog Wanderful but left that midway. Last Friday I completed 200 posts for that blog and I realised it is more than 5 years that I have been blogging … Continue reading The Guilt of a WAHM
“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