Musings on Life
What’s the fuss about Soulmates? Soulmates are the most difficult!!
As I plan out my Rajasthan trip, I sink into the abyss of wondering if the old style poetic personal blogs are dead? Should a blog be all about information or it needs the story writing? leave your thoughts?
Soulmates are the most difficult relationship to be in. Does that sound surprising to you and you are looking forward to meeting your soulmate? Between breaking you and helping you to grow, figure out which one you would want.
Wondering about the pros and cons of career break? Here is my story of being on a career break of two years. All the good and bad and you can take a lesson or two
Stories that take you back to fonder and nostalgic days. Read for warm stories from the lockdown kitchens..
To Let Tamil movie is a drama about a family who go through the ordeal of hunting house for rent. And it brought back memories of my story.. so here it is..
Is the influencer you are following genuine and honest or are they hiding something from you? Influencers tend to lie about a number of things. Find out what.
Dating in 30s has only opened up to meeting more people with broken heart and scars. Will I able to find love past the bitterness and baggages?
They said you have crossed the marriageable age and you need to settle down. They said you are a woman, your biological clock is ticking off you need to find your partner. They said love is awesome you need to fall in love. But I was tired! Tired of looking for it. Tired of browsing through matrimonial profiles. Tired of breaking my heart. Tired of the time wasted in relationships that went sour. They said you need to be openminded. They said you are looking at the wrong places. They said to go on dates and check out how it
“Bhaiya, ek minute”, I stopped the cab we were driving in on seeing the first sight of farming. We had already drove past Losar and Chicham village which had Barley swaying in the wind and white flowers of peas plant gleaming in the sun. That means agenda of the trip is to munch on fresh peas or have some yummy mutter paneer. My list of must have food at Spiti valley was piling up in my head as we passed through the various farms. But the first sight of farming using Yaks was close to Kibber. A small piece of