Do you say or hear these words often? I barely have enough time to sleep, let alone focus on what is happening at my kid’s school. Things are just crazy busy. I do not have the luxury of free time. Dude, you seem to have all the time in the world. Oh, your home looks… Read More Let’s stop the Glorification of Busy
Did you know that on average, only 8% of people actually keep their New Year’s resolutions? The sky-rocketing and over-ambitious goals can be unrealistic and unattainable for many of us. I would say, start with something really, really small. Celebrate small victories. Pat yourself for accomplishing tiniest things such as clearing the mailbox. Maybe, 2018… Read More 19 Little Things you can do today to make 2019, better.
Is it December, already? A lot can happen in a year, but sometimes, nothing really changes. Living the same year twice or thrice is a dreadful thing and we should be afraid of being stuck in the same place with the same people and the same situations. Don’t live the same year 75 times and… Read More 2018: Where Did The Year Go?
For a 25-year-old millennial, Sara Ali Khan is fiercely sorted about who she is and what she wants from her life. She is a breath of fresh air in the time of political correctness. Her razor-sharp intelligence, generosity, and down to earth attitude is a kind of Nepotism we would love to have. She is… Read More If you think Sara Ali Khan is just a pretty face, THINK again
1- Plates inspired by Books I just knew there were stories I wanted to tell. Octavia E. Butler 2- Book or a Clock ? You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.” ― Madeleine L’Engle 3-… Read More DIY & Decor Ideas for Writers
Sometimes one of the greatest adventures is just a conversation. We assume we understand people if we see them often and occasionally talk to them about their lives. The truth is we could be sitting next to someone who is completely shattered and never feel a thing. Deep inside, we all yearn for honest and… Read More Let’s sit on the rooftop at 2 am and re-introduce ourselves
Reading your old journal is like going on a date with your younger self. Everyone should keep a journal, I have had one for as long as I can remember. Maybe, as soon as I learned how to write. Paging through old diaries is like meeting a younger version of yourself who is still naive,… Read More I see myself growing up on the pages of my old diaries.