This new year I plan on being more present and buying less things to declutter my life and focus on meaningful pursuits
(When my dog, Woof was a puppy) Life sometimes seem like a little puppy that I'm trying to train. No matter how many times I tell her that she has to go outside to do her business or that she cannot chew furniture, it seems like she doesn't seem to care or learn. The … Continue reading Training My Inner Puppy
(Writing in a train while traveling from Rome to Venice) I was one of those rare breed of children who needed to be pushed outside the house to go and play. Stepping into the pages of a good book and getting lost in its world have been my idea of happiness ever since I can … Continue reading I Didn’t Choose The Writing Life, The Writing Life Found Its Way To Me
50 Happy Things 2018: Bloggers Unite to Flood the Internet With Gratitude I had been contemplating on writing a gratitude post as a new year special but was still uncertain as to how I wanted to present it. My belief that the Universe listens to us was once again confirmed when I found a … Continue reading 50 Happy Things 2018
We recently visited this quaint little town called Chail, very close to Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. I am in love with the mountains and hence, visiting them after months seemed like a treat I had been so longing for, even though this trip was just for a little over a day. We stayed at the … Continue reading Travel Diaries: Mornings In Chail In Photos
(Image Source: Author's Own) Many of us participated in the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) where we had to write 50,000 words for the month of November. We might have been tired, cranky, swamped under work, going through personal turbulence, and yet we kept writing. Some of us didn't even write at a regular … Continue reading Life After #NaNoWriMo And How Do You Build A Regular Writing (Or Other) Routine?
(Image Source: Author's Own) That time in the morning, the time when it’s grey outside-when the night and the day blend into a swift embrace before they bid each other goodbye. You open your eyes and you cannot fall back asleep. You look at your phone and there’s still some time left for the alarm … Continue reading Threshold