The third week of zero waste had more challenges than triumphs. Let me confess I even felt overwhelmed at times but thankfully never gave up. Let me list down the challenges: Milk pouches: This is literally giving me nightmares. Trust me when I say this. If you have read my previous post, you know, I have … Continue reading Zero Waste-Third Week
After starting my Zero- Waste challenge, I realized that we Indians are pre-adjusted to zero-waste. Since childhood, we have been trained not to waste anything. For example, wasting food is almost a criminal activity in most Indian homes. "How dare you waste food? do you know how many people in this world are starving?" or … Continue reading Zero Waste- First Week Progress
A-Z Challenge is here and most bloggers are busy. In April I am also taking a new challenge but it is a Non-Blogging challenge and I would encourage all of you to take up this particular challenge in the near future. This is the Zero Waste Challenge. Not, zero-waist (I will not even try that … Continue reading April Challenge- Zero Waste
I have always found it easier to forgive others than hold on to a grudge. Being a Buddhist I am taught that forgiveness and compassion is a virtue that all of us should inculcate. Therefore, I have easily forgiven many those who wronged me and included them back in my life, however, over the years … Continue reading Forgive- #writebravely #celebratewritetribe
The other day, my son had his annual sports day in school. He had won the heat and was selected for the final race. However, he was unable to secure any position and stood fourth (or maybe fifth, sixth, seventh) in the final tally. Obviously, he couldn’t step up on the victory stand and wear … Continue reading Winning or Ubuntu?