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Liebster Blogger Award

The Liebster Blogger Award

OMG!!! I CANNOT HOLD MY EXCITEMENT! So so grateful to Torrie Fryman for nominating me for this blogger award! I wake up and the first thing I see is this. Made my day, you! <3 Keeps me so motivated! For everyone who is not accustomed to the rules of the Liebster award, here they are: Read More

carpe diem and seizing the moment

Seizing the Moment

“I guess sometimes the greatest memories are made in the most unlikely of places, further proof that spontaneity is more rewarding than a meticulously planned life.” Redmerski struck the chord here. It got me thinking about how we waste so much time pondering and procrastinating things while we could have just gotten done with it Read More

homesick

Homesick

Like Heraclitus put it, “Change is the only constant thing in this world”. Really, who even likes change unless it is leading to something better. Even then, a certain depressive episode follows when you are going away from a certain place or thing. A nostalgic wave of memories and ache crosses right across your body. Read More

teenage to adulthood

Getting Through Teenage To Adulthood

You did not like it when the alarm blew at 6 in the morning and you had to get up, get ready and go to school? Or were you one of those annoying little kids who just loved waking up in the morning? It doesn’t matter. Either one of you will relate to this. This Read More

PMSing and periods

PMSing and Messing.

Women have their emotions all over the place. They have to look after themselves, pay the bills, balance their career with their personal lives, their families, their babies, the big babies they married, the pet’s babies and this is only a fraction of those things. A whole another level of problems involve what to wear, Read More

For People Who Had To Leave

“My greatest loss, huh?”, she asked the interviewer. Her eyes were gleamy. One could not tell if she was in pain or deep regret. She seemed to walk down an unperturbed memory lane. She sat there. Lips sealed, for like a minute. “Ma’am? Your greatest loss? Do you recall any?”, the interviewer distracted her. She Read More

Universe and God

Theists and Atheists: A Never-ending Debate

Theists and Atheists. Theists and atheists. I will say that again. Don’t feel attacked. Not yet. I am yet to unfold some mysterious revelations now and who knows you might want to change sides? Let’s start with establishing what your stance is right now. Are you an atheist? Yes or No only. I am sure Read More

Hunger and poverty

The Unsatiated Hunger and a Hungry Soul

The rainwater poured on him as he tried to pick up left-over food and unused materials from the garbage dump. He held a black polythene bag over his shoulder and scoured for anything that seemed of a little importance to others. He was drenched and water tripped from his torn, ragged clothes and wore a Read More

Fathers: An Understatred Lover

Fathers: The Saga of an Understated Love

Since time immemorial, we have always patronized the mother’s love so much that the fathers seem to be lurking in the shadows. Odes for the mother’s love, movies depicting the beauty and sacrifices of the mother’s love and everything that you can possibly use to crown a prize. And, they totally deserve it. In fact, Read More