She writes…

She writes.She writes to her heart's content.She writes when her heart is not content.She writes about the highs and lows,about the ebbs and flows.She writes when she relates, with the quirks & cliches.She writes to her heart's content,even when her heart is not content.Jinty Skariah Writing has been my constant from the past few years.... Continue Reading →

A Forgotten Anniversary…a day that was.

8a.m: Woke up that day with an ecstatic smile and a grateful heart. It’s our anniversary. We survived four years of marriage and a pandemic. Together. Under one roof. Wished husband for the 100th time.  The formalities of wishing and ceremonial cake cutting (in our case, cupcakes. There's an explanation) were already done with at... Continue Reading →

I wasted two years of my life.

"I regret wasting two years of my life" was something I said during a recent conversation with my husband. His immediate response was "you did not waste it. You used it to learn. You have grown as a person. You have acquired new skills. You are a better version of yourself. Don't you think?" I... Continue Reading →

A childhood of Lohri and Pongal thereafter.

Reminiscing the childhood days when I took part in Lohri celebrations in the north, and later learning how similar yet different the celebrations are in the south. My earliest memories of Lohri(harvest festival in the north of India) include going around houses with a bunch of friends seeking sweets made out of sesame seeds, peanuts,... 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 →

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.

The Herd Mentality

Its called the Herd Mentality. And it’s passed down from generations to generations. It’s the norm of the world and no one dare question it. For the one who does, is often ostracized or sometimes far worse, has died. Society runs on these rules and rules are never meant to be broken. A child since... Continue Reading →

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