I started going for morning walks in December. With the advent of 2017, my resolve has been firm and there has been no cooling of the steam to keep me walking. However, I have come to believe that relying totally on will-power to achieve long-term goals (fitness, career or any other) can often be pretty daunting … Continue reading I am melting away my stress with every step
"There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative." ~ W. Clement Stone I have always wondered if being grateful for everything life sends our way implies we accept the toxic, the negative aspects as … Continue reading Does practicing gratitude mean ignoring the negativity?
"Gentlemen, why don’t you laugh? With the fearful strain that is upon me day and night, if I did not laugh I should die, and you need this medicine as much as I do." ~Abraham Lincoln I was probably in sixth standard when during the school vacations I used to go for morning walks with … Continue reading Laughter Therapy
Back in time when I had tied the knot, if anyone asked me what were our plans for having a baby, I'd tackle the question like any other newly-wed. Buying time saying 'we are still learning our ways in the new relationship'. But deep in my heart, I harboured self-doubt that I could ever make … Continue reading A blessing in disguise
May has flown leaving me in dismay. The new-found resolve of writing regularly, has thankfully decided to put up with me, despite signs of commitment phobia on my part. I desperately wanted to seek refuge in the excuse of summer holidays but I have decided to act otherwise or rather wise. This is why at … Continue reading Serendipity
The minute I read the much talked about and shared article of past week on Urban Poor, something in my system churned. It certainly wasn't that I found the article fictitious. I am not going to touch upon how absurd this kind of behaviour sounds because being a millennial I have seen it all happen … Continue reading 7 Parenting lessons I learnt from the Urban Poor
Jungle Book has been a treasure chest of dreams, day-dreams, mischief, innocence, entertainment, friendships and fun for me as a child. I grew up yearning the life of Mowgli who had the joy of all play and no work, no calls from his mother to clean up his room or to take bath, never had to … Continue reading 7 Parenting lessons I learnt from The Jungle Book
I have been gone from the blogging scene (again) for over 10 days and in these few days, not a single day passed without me wishing to publish a post or at least read my favorite blogs. But as my broadband would have it, it has been dying out on me every few minutes. Despite … Continue reading Small Joys