PHOTO PROMPT ©Jill Wisoff ‘Stop checking your watch. We’re meeting after ages!' Lara frowned. I lowered my eyes, submerged in a sea of guilt. ‘Robin will be dropped home from his cricket practice anytime now, I hope his father is there when he gets back.' ‘Uff Robin is 11, he can look after himself for … Continue reading Mommy Guilt
A few days back, I was standing at the kitchen, cleaning the counter with a sponge wipe and crying my eyes out. My husband, who was carrying the dirty dishes to the sink, noticed my tears and he came and held me. 'You're worried?' He took me in his arms. With one hand still holding … Continue reading My Ma Might Not Understand Feminism, Yet, She Helped Me Become A Feminist #MothersDay
When I decided to take a break from Facebook, this is how my life changed. I'm still on an ongoing journey and if you too crave for some respite from social media, I hope you can glean some helpful tips from this piece.
My life sometimes feels like a game of a seesaw between my ambitions and my laziness. On the one hand, I want to achieve everything possible, and on the other hand, I am cursed by my love for naps and mindlessly scrolling social media. So, this time I wanted my Angel self to win. Hence, … Continue reading Theme Reveal: Blogchatter #A2ZChallenge
It feels incredible! Finishing the first draft of my first novel. This post is a token of celebration and also encouragement for other writers.
Sometimes, do you have this feeling that I might have liked a book if it was shorter? Well, that’s what happened with The Woman in the Window and me.
With its brilliant prose and evocative writing, If I Was Your Girl helps us better understand the life and struggles of a trans person.