I am a huge fan of 'to-do' lists. I honestly, cannot function without a 'to-do' list. Some people write a daily 'to-do' list. Well, ahem!! I write a 'to-do' list for the whole year, each month, each week and each day. I know, this sounds crazy but I am probably bit of a control freak. … Continue reading How a “To-Do’ List can be helpful
Due to this Covid 19, each day seems like a struggle. I often feel that nothing good is happening around, however, when I sit down to write my gratitude journal, I realise that August has been an amazing month. What made me Grateful in AugustTweet Birthday: August is my birth month and I always feel … Continue reading What made me Grateful in August # MondayMusing
Book giveaway alert!!! Read till the end... When I review a book or a movie, I try to be as impersonal and objective as possible. However, for this book, I would make an exception and start with a personal story. Once upon a time, a young lady called Sandeepa, in far away New Jersey was … Continue reading Book Giveaway- “Those Delicious Letters” by Sandeepa Mukherjee Datta
I have taken sabbatical from my career many times. I hold a record for most sabbaticals. First,I took sabbatical to complete my M.PHil, next time I quit job to join my husband, who was working abroad, next after my son was born, then after I had a life threatening miscarriage due to ectopic pregnancy with … Continue reading How is the Freelance Job Market during COVID?
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?