Hello lovely readers! Hope you’re all doing well. There’s one common occurrence in our grown-up lives which only tends to increase with time. Stress. None of us can deny the feeling of not being stressed regularly. Work commitments, family responsibilities, career goals, studies and other major areas of our lives eat up all our time.… Continue reading Distress Or De-Stress?
This blog post is the result of an overwhelming sense of nostalgia. We’ve all grown up now, taking on different roles and responsibilities. But the one thing we had in common was that we all started at the same level: school. Today’s blog post is all about how schools shape our minds and ultimately, our… Continue reading Those Were The Days
Happiness can mean different things to different people. It is a subjective concept. For some, happiness means getting new clothes. For others, it means travelling to new places. To each, his own. If you look back at the times you were feeling the most jubilant, you’re sure to find a pattern. All these were experiences… Continue reading Collect Moments, Not Things
Hello everyone! The one thing that makes me feel “put together” is a simple to-do list. Ever since my school days, I’ve been a huge believer of keeping to-do lists for almost everything in my life. Apart from the generic lists for things to do each day ranging from studies to getting my work done,… Continue reading To Do Or Not To Do
Back in my primary school days, we had copy-writing as a part of our daily homework. Each day we would be assigned to write about a page of copy-writing in English and Kannada (the local language). The next day our class teachers would check whether we had completed the previous day’s homework. Somewhere in between,… Continue reading The Gift of Appreciation
Hello everyone! A little while back, I read an adorable book called The Little Book of Sloth Philosophy by Jennifer McCartney. While being one of the cutest ever books I’ve read, it also helped me learn a lot. In the last few decades, a new herd of career-oriented people have arisen. If you observe the… Continue reading S.L.O.W.
Hello everyone! I recently read an amazing book called “The Headspace Guide to Meditation and Mindfulness” by Andy Puddicombe. Headspace is a fun meditation app with the most unique user interface. Having been a periodical user of the app, the book intrigued me to delve deeper into the whole idea of meditation and mindfulness.Read my… Continue reading The Blue Sky
2020 has not been a great year so far, by any means. Just when I was hoping that the rest of the year will go about without any other hiccups, in came the news of the death of one of the few people I truly admired, Sushant Singh Rajput. His untimely death has left me… Continue reading The Language of Kindness
The monsoons are slowly setting in. I love the rains! They make everything look so much greener and fresher. Here's one of my older posts about Monsoons. Just the sound of rain in itself is so soothing to the ears. Is it just me or does everybody else find the nature become still soon after… Continue reading A New Sense of Calm