It's probably a little late in the day and I know, we should move on with the topic already but as a rule of thumb I try to give myself about a twenty-four hour period to really let things sink in and see if I am ready to move on or continue talking about it. … Continue reading But how do we move on?
To my dearest, I know you think it's silly that I am writing to you, truth be told, it is. I haven't written letters in a long time, let alone one that wouldn't be open by the intended recipient. But I think it's probably wise you know on why I have decided on taking the … Continue reading A Letter to the Children I Would Never Have
To Bhagya - who reflects along with me, even from a distance. This was supposed to come in as a birthday post but that didn’t happen. New Year’s resolutions aren’t really my thing but most of 2017 has been spent a lot with a good deal of self reflection that has obviously resulted in the … Continue reading 27 Ways to Make 2018 Great
Living sustainably has always been important for me. Since I was small, I used to care for the environment, I would like to say trees in particular because at that time, some bits of religion and general feels towards animals weren’t that strong. Now things have changed though and you’d be surprised at the amount … Continue reading On Adopting Sustainable Lifestyles
For a long time now, I associated travelling with inconveniences. It was the hassle of planning, hassle of packing (then unpacking and doing laundry once you are back), hassle of leaving work behind (and then coming home to realise that they never missed you after all - insecurities!), hassle of visa and nonsense if it … Continue reading Welcome to my Year of Travel
See I’m a closed up person. I’m not the book type where the more you get to read, the more I open up. In fact, I feel as though you are the wrong type of reader or you just don’t spend enough time in a library, you will be getting to read a different book. … Continue reading Let’s Talk about Personal Space
I found myself panicking during last year’s floods. It was probably the first time in my “adult” life that I had seen a calamity of that extent and moreover, affected to those closest to me. Devastated would be a more accurate word to describe what was going on. You know how 'news becomes news' to … Continue reading Let’s Talk Floods – Part V
I was once a collector. I collected everything one could possibly imagine of and also couldn’t imagine of. I don’t know why I collected, but I did as a child with the hope of thinking that it will be used, someday in the distant future. Or I would need at a crucial moment in my … Continue reading On Sentiment Lost – II