The Balance – I

I never found myself to be a complete introvert, or completely an extrovert. But after a bit of research I found this quote and it made me feel better. “There is no such thing as a pure introvert or extrovert.” Carl Jung. He proposed that each individual has both introverted and extroverted side and it... Continue Reading →


A trip of Faith

I was stuck on a small patch with hardly some grip and a group of thorn shrubs, trying to find my way up. Three people crossed me, I tried to follow but just couldn’t. I felt stuck with three people ahead, rest too behind to help. What next? A fourth person came by, I followed... Continue Reading →

2017 ended well!

“This is a good spot I’ll tell you the story here” said our guide at the Ranthambore fort as our group stood aside to listen. He spoke for about 10 minutes. Some laughed, some tried to control it and almost everyone was giggly the whole time. He indeed did tell a story, actually tell would... Continue Reading →

Respecting Life

Have you also delayed work when you had too much time to do it? Wasted the holidays in between exams and struggled to study on the last day? Something similar happened with me this week. I had time from Friday to work on my blog and I started to ideate finally on Sunday afternoon. The... Continue Reading →

Do It Right

I got to finally blogging every week, maintained a travel book, a monthly planner, an ideation book, read many books, drew few doodles/drawings and wrote poems for Insta posts. In one sentence, this is my entire 2017. I didn’t write poetry until Jan last year. There was a certain amount of fear I had about... Continue Reading →

Flashback – Travel’17

I am grateful that 2017 has proved to be a year full of beautiful experiences. A year where I managed to have 12 trips-some for a day, some for two and 2-3 trips of more than a week. During each trip I had experiences adding different shades to my personality. I realized my potential in... Continue Reading →

Flashback – Dec’16

“When asked the question, who in the class can sing? All the hands in the kinder-garden would go up! But as the same question is being asked in classes higher up till class 10, slowly numbers of hands go down. Why? As we grow up we don’t say yes, we understand our comfort zone and... Continue Reading →

Things I learned from Maa

“Maa, I had a bad day, please keep the food and bed ready. Will just eat and sleep” “Okay beta,” As I hung up the call I realized how I would call her to get things while returning home from office. How she for all the years of her work life, never had a call... Continue Reading →

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