Don’t discount your Efforts, Pain and Experiences

After I lost my mother, a sense of vacuum came over. From being this class topper to somewhat above average, along with everything else even ambition disappeared from my life. And then from one point to another I watched my friends work hard, fret over examinations,...

Horns, Blinkers And Grey Hair – All found at Thirty

First up, thank you so much for making my last post ‘30 myths busted at 30‘ *almost* viral. No seriously, it saw maximum number of views being recorded in a day (a personal record for this blog – nine years!) In that post, I mentioned that as you...

30 Myths Busted At 30

When you approach thirty, you start growing an extra pair of horns and blinkers. And lots of grey hair (obviously). My last *almost* viral post was 29 ‘Life is too short’ lessons at 29. So you can safely conclude that for someone openly dismissing age as...

How I failed in English and then Books saved me #WorldBookDay

Lets get a couple of things straight. I have always been a nerd. One of those people who took their class ranks and test marks seriously. Might not have shown in later years but deep inside all the more worried still. Story is extremely simple. I come from a Hindi...

A Juliet from UP and very much against the Anti-Romeo squads

Sometimes it takes a piece of rather uninspired writing to get your thoughts together. I have seen this to be one of my best cases when it comes to writing down my thoughts. When Shree Amit Shah announced the anti-romeo squads as part of his election promise, all hell...

Have you lost a parent? Gurmehar has.

In my defence I tried. I tried not to blog on the issue because clearly there is a lot of stuff already spoken on it. And a lot of it I agree to. But post 2016 I am a certified anti-national, blasphemous citizen of our country and I thought well ‘What the...
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