This week my guest blog features MySmallworld. This guest is not just a writer but someone whom I have always looked up to – A born fighter – a multi-tasker – a wonderful mom – and above all my lovely sister 🙂 Her page is full of beautiful quotes that are inspired from her real-life experiencesContinue reading “Guest Blog: I am possible”
Reading has widened the horizons of my imagination. Reading has helped me to be creative in my writing. To be a better story-teller. It has enabled me to look at every moment of life as an inspirational story that can be penned down to share with the world. I want to write more and learn during this process.
For me this was an experience of a lifetime. Out of nowhere there was this person whom I was recently talking to, in front of me.
It’s about time for the weekend to end and I can’t really wait for the next one. Sometimes I feel as if I’m only living to enjoy weekends 😀 This month had been an active one for me as I got some time to write and post them here. If you haven’t got a chanceContinue reading “Week begins..”
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In those moments, when everything seems to have come to a pause, out of nowhere we find these words passed on to us, by our loved ones and our well-wishers. These are the words of hope which for many of us also changes our outlook towards life. From my last post, I invited my fellow-bloggers toContinue reading “Wise words”
That voice is not our heart or our soul, it’s that friend who is with us through our thick and thin.
Thankful to my 140+ fellow bloggers who have shown their interest in my content by following my page. I’m not yet quite there where I wish to be, but I am sure these baby steps will eventually bring out the best in me. I am an active learner, thus I have something to always take away from what I read whether that is from the pages I follow or the books I read.
My love for music, my role model and my roots. A.R. Rahman “Encore” , an experience of a lifetime and a dream come true. So awestruck by the beauty of the sets and above all the patience with which the concert was performed by Rahman Sir. I could see him doing everything at a timeContinue reading “Captured in one frame”
Thus, it’s important that we keep ourselves in the “listen only mode” in order to observe the beauty of people who are a part of our lives and not overlook any cues that are unintentionally given to us expressing their love and care.
Few major developments in both my personal and professional life has been keeping me away from the little bit of writing that I used to do. Apart from this, I recently joined an NGO. To be a part of an NGO was always a dream which has now started becoming a reality. My schedules includingContinue reading “Here’s a recap!”
She entered the classy room of the Hotel which was her home for the next three weeks. She studied every corner of it to check out the things that were available. As usual, there was a TV, a coffee maker, an office space and hold on what was that? Something new caught her eye, aContinue reading “Travel encounter continues”
Originally posted on Grandmas' stories:
A woman of substance, a face as bright as the sun and love as the flow of the water – that’s my grandma. She left us to the heavenly abode three years back but she still lives in our hearts even closer than during her earthly life. Through the Grandma’s…
Ladies and gentlemen, the Captain has turned on the Fasten Seat Belt sign. If you haven’t already done so, please stow your carry-on luggage underneath the seat in front of you or in an overhead bin. Please take your seat and fasten your seat belt. And also make sure your seat back and folding trays are in their full upright position. If youContinue reading “Her first travel encounter”