Hi, you and me. We probably don’t have a lot in common. But we share the same sky. I want to talk to you. We live in a world which feeds on success stories of people who seem larger-than-life. Nobody wants to read about the strife and struggle, all focus is on the glitz and … More Chaos reigns
I won’t lie to you, I haven’t had the best time. It’s been what… a little over a month, and the only reason my nerves aren’t shredded is that I get to see my family in 3 days (YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW PUMPED I AM). It’s not even about seeing my family, it’s more … More An introvert’s guide to leaving home
YOU GOTTA WATCH THIS VIDEO And then proceed with your life. Too many of us are either bogged down by our own limitations of things we can or can’t do. Or are busy drawing boundaries for other people, telling them what they can or can’t do. More often than not, it’s our parents who are … More Do what you can’t
My dog is a 3 year old female Dachshund (Toffee), who is a bodily representation of a mad slinky. She’s beautiful and there’s no poetic way to say this: I love her. Here are a few things she’s taught me from all the days we’ve spent together. 1. Being grateful There’s no limit to how much … More Things I learnt from my dog
I started blogging because I like to write. Why don’t I just write diaries, you might ask. Let me rephrase. I started blogging because I like to think that we’re all the same. We all face the same problems, at some point in life. The universe is one giant energy bank. Negative and positive is … More For everyone who’s ever felt powerless
About an hour ago, when I was walking back home from college, I was in awe of how MUCH time we spend thinking. It’s like some cruel irony, how we give importance to all things trivial, when actually we’re so insignificant. Some might argue. My Inner Goddess for instance. She reckons that maybe we give … More Care to think a little?
Okay so like most people, I think I’ve got the worst things to deal with in life. At 19, I feel like I’ve seen the darker side of everything there is to see. If only I wasn’t a naive bumbling idiot a few years ago, I probably could have prevented all that heartache, anguish, incessant … More Things I Wish I Knew Five Years Ago