Today is our last day in this house, the first house my husband and I moved into after marriage. As I sit and await the end of this adventure and begin a new one in our new place. I am reminded of another adventure I began a year ago. The journey of The Soulful Introvert.... Continue Reading →
Pet Parenting #101
Lessons learned from a year of parenting. For someone who had no prior experience, I jumped head first into this and it was scary as hell. She was here in an eye blink and I had no clue what to do. No amount of pet care videos prepares you for things that can happen. But... Continue Reading →
6 Practical Ways to Improve Health while Working Long hours.
How to maintain health in few easy steps? Too familiar with the terms burning the midnight oil, finishing up a deadline, working late hours, sleepless nights? If you can’t do without the mandatory cup of coffee to keep you up, find yourself stressed all the time, have throbbing headaches and body pain, find it difficult... Continue Reading →
Perils of travelling with company.
"Without giving it much thought,we moved ahead to our destination which is another 6 hours, our ETA now 12 midnight. Thinking too much stops you, promotes doubt, its better to act than think in such situations. The road was unfavourable for most part,"
Not A Book Review: The Namesake
If there was ever a book written about me, this will be it. It's the story of my life written in a book. It connected to me on a personal level. The main protaganist's dislike for his name, his dual life growing up. Everything is relatable. Give the article a read to know more.
6 Life Hacks living in a Hostel taught me.
Things I learned after living in a hostel for 10 years. For a young adult, starting hostel life is the first step into an independent life. Or so you think. Anyone at that age would welcome the thought of staying alone, given the freedom it offers. No one to question your late nights, parties, sneaking... Continue Reading →
A shitty place for great ideas.
“A constipated stomach leads to a constipated mind”. This quote bears true for anyone who holds onto shit(quite literally) or rather has a shitty mind. The solution for the former is obviously a laxative or bottle gourd(trust me that works) but the latter needs a bit of introspection. The title would have piqued interest of... Continue Reading →
The Time We Almost Died.
"Anxiety had reached a different level now, the fear of unknown is more powerful than any. We had no clue whether we’ll make it alive, out of this bus, which was nothing compared to the sea of water all around us. It seemed like the bus will fail us, all the water seeping in could have broken it. But the driver didn’t give up, he persevered through."