For anyone who doesn't know, Supernatural is a CW Tv show featuring the story of two brothers- Sam and Dean Winchester who are monster-hunters (in a nutshell) and in my lifetime this is the longest running show I have come across with 15 seasons. This is also the only show that I stuck to throughout… Continue reading Farewell, Supernatural
This year, most new month has elicited the same reaction from me, I can't believe it's already November and we are still in the middle of this pandemic! We are almost at the end of 2020. Although this has been a hard year, not sure if it has been harder than 2019 for me when… Continue reading Hello November, Weekend Review and Emily in Paris
I wanted to document here some of my fall escapades. Although they are nothing extravagant for someone who loves nature, fall happens to be a favorite season of mine with the crispy air, sweater weather, and the trees in all their glory of vibrant colors. I also love that in nature you can find hidden… Continue reading Falling for Fall
Did you know September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month? Since I am a strong advocate of mental health awareness, I thought it would be an apt time to write this post. Due to covid 19 and additional stress I can imagine suicide rates have spiked in recent times. I keep hearing how even health care… Continue reading On the Dark Side of Suicide
It's been a long while since I posted here, not that I had completely stopped writing - that would be a blasphemy, indeed! Over the years, I have seen so many blogs come and go. Humans have a very limited span of motivation for doing the same thing for a long time. I get it,… Continue reading How Are You Doing?
She loved creating ripples- ripples of kindness, understanding, compassion, patience and good deeds - in hopes that it will inspire someone else to spread the ripple of goodness in a world that desperately needs it. A ripple may start with a tiny act of kindness and continue to spread among a vast number of people,… Continue reading Ripples
Growth is not easy or comfortable. If you want contentment or comfort, then you are inherently against growth because they are opposite ideas, and present a conflict of interest. For instance, say you work a 9-to-5 job in a company- you have a routine life, you do the same thing everyday. You are good at… Continue reading Growth vs Comfort Zone
I have been meaning to write this post since yesterday but couldn't get around to actually writing anything coherent as my thoughts were all over the place. Yesterday I woke up and the first news I saw while scrolling down my social feed was the death of a Bollywood celebrity Sushant Rajput who was only… Continue reading Living with depression – a never ending battle with your own self