Reading books has always been a form of escape for me. So I never imagined a world where reading was impossible. Until it happened to me.
They say a lot of things can happen over coffee. But I say a lot more things can happen over a roll of the dice on family game night.
In the darkest corner of our mind, exists a demon. One that can incapacitate even those strongest amongst us. A demon called helplessness. And it feeds on our vulnerability.
Connected living can be a joyfully SMART way to live. But like with everything else, there's a price to pay to live this way.
After six years as a parent, you'd think that I've got this 'parenting' thing sorted. But, as I discover - with rather alarming frequency - you never quite have it all figured out.
Back by popular request, (and also because I need to keep the blog active), here's Vol 2 of #WIFOLW.
Curious to find out what has made it to this edition? Read on.
Love it. Hate it. But you just can’t miss it.
I think it's time I get on the news bandwagon too.
As an introverted child, I once had a dream. That one day, I'd break free of all the chains that bound me and be free.Today, I'm somewhat free. But it didn't quite turn out the way I thought it would.
Welcome to my world. It's an eternal conundrum in here.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are that your inbox has been flooded by emails reminding you to ‘opt-in’ or ‘check the box’ before it’s too late.
Well, the culprit is #GDPR. And as a blogger, here's what you need to know about it.
Home, is sometimes, where your nomadic feet take you.
As we get ready to bid adieu to 2017, I realise that the year has constantly emphasized the need for me to do one thing - make changes. Perhaps, these 17 reasons will explain why.
While my parenting experience is in no way exhaustive, I've come to the conclusion that parenting this new generation of 'alpha' children is more complex than expected.
Have you ever felt that some of your fears are irrational?
Maybe a little bit baseless and you’re perhaps being a little superstitious (or something similar)?
If I were to convert that into hours, I reckon it'll be over 35000 hours.
That's how long we've been together. Sounds like a lot, doesn't it?
We live in a hurried world with jobs, families, kids, career, responsibilities and much more that constantly force us to be in ‘Get Shit Done!’ mode. We seem to rush through everything - seasons, life, relationships, even sleep. To be honest, I crave for simpler times.
It’s that time of year when you and I are about to get reacquainted. I see that look of fear in your eyes, although personally, I consider that as a sign of respect. After all, it’s important that you know who the boss is. And of course, the people around you too.
Anita Roy has everything going for her - near-perfect husband, an amazing family and a job that she is darn good at.But life is rarely so perfect for anyone. Somewhere, somehow - the past always catches up.
Tolerance is a weird thing. We have it for things we probably shouldn't, and have none of it for things we should be supporting.Not a topic I write about usually. But I can no longer feign that I'm not affected by things around me.
I have often been crippled by the thought that normal people like me could not possibly be worthy of great things or such success. I have lived in the perpetual fear that someday, someone will discover what an imposter I am.