Sundays are for the things you love. For a dip within yourself. For the memories that made you And specially the ones that moulded you. *** Sundays are for you To love yourself, unwind yourself To scatter the pieces of you Carelessly, mindlessly. *** Sundays are for the pajamas, Messy hair, bad breath, For strewing… Continue reading For Sundays
Before I begin, let me say this once again. I found the challenge very useful. I am not the same person I had been a month ago. I have become more productive, focused and reduced the bouts of overthinking I used to do. I am sure you will benefit from this too.
Imagine your life changing positively in a month. Imagine you looking back at the end of a month and realising that you actually lived it! You did not just work, eat and exist, but you made progress in your personal life. That was November to me. I had taken up the #SomethingNewEveryday Challenge on Instagram… Continue reading My Top 10 Something New Everyday Hits
In my previous post, I was streamlining my messed up thoughts and it was also the beginning of my resolution to blog every week. This post was due yesterday, but I persevered and got it done today. So yay me! If you already read my previous post, I’d like to warn you that this one… Continue reading 10 Things I Miss About Kochi
The last time I opened this page to write was in Kerala. Now, here I am in Bangalore. There has been a lot of change and with the change of place and routine, I, as a person, am changing too. After all those CA hassles, crying over exams, peeping in others’ lives, seeing their train… Continue reading From Kochi to Bangalore – A New Journey
“I really need to borrow a stomach!” If you have ever said that in your life, you’d understand my position now. Because I really need to borrow a stomach. There is a lot of Avial left in the kitchen and it is killing me. Let me take you through the divine relationship between Avial and… Continue reading My Relationship With Avial
As a child, I was always cautious as to what I asked Amma. Before I asked for a chocolate, I’d check its price and ensure that I wasn’t inconveniencing her. When Nestle Munch was introduced in India in 1999, there was a lot of buzz around it in school. For me, it was an extravagant… Continue reading Much Like the Bitter-Sweet Gooseberries