Dance is like a therapy to our mind, body, and spirit. It was a much-needed stress reliever during this period of restrictions. I love to dance and I am a professionally trained Kathak dancer. And with a little bit of extra time on hand (thanks to the lockdown), I found myself dancing…
If you are a 90s kid born in India, you will remember how songs made us all fall in love with love. Music, especially the Bollywood romantic and the Hindi Pop, was a huge part of our childhood. We danced to the peppy tunes, hummed along with the singers, and played out make believe stories. I’m sure all of us must have longed to grow up and fall head over heels in love with someone just so that we could experience all those things expressed in the songs! Heck, I even wanted that certain someone to sing those songs to me…
Yo peeps, I’m participating in Sue’s Photo Prompt after a very long time. I have been extremely busy with a host of things. So obviously didn’t get enough time for blogging. But I’m back…and as always I’m starting with Sue‘s beautiful photo prompt. Thanks dear for this intriguing photo!
In this age amidst the unending chatter of the social media, let’s go back in time and reminisce the good old days when the only source of “noise” was that of the radios. And mind you this “noise” was welcomed by all!
“What goes around comes around”
For a few years, I was so depressed! Everything in my life seemed to have taken a turn for the worst. My college life sucked so much that I wanted to drop out of Law school, my grandmother was ailing and was in a hospital for a long time, I had reached a rock bottom in all of my relationships: friends, family (misunderstandings and silences are more damaging than heated arguments).
Continue reading Be a Star!
Each year around the New Years Eve we all get extremely creative and ambitious about our New Year’s resolutions. There’s a great deal of magical thinking that goes around. Some of our resolution lists run longer than our shopping lists. Continue reading How are your resolutions shaping up?
Mumbai locals, a much clichéd topic in a Mumbaikar’s life! Nearly everyone has at least once travelled in the cramp packed ‘life-line’ of Mumbai. Spread over 465 kilometres, the suburban railway operates 2,342 train services and carries more than 7.5 million commuters daily. It is one of the busiest commuter rail systems in the world! Continue reading Ten Commandments of Mumbai Locals #2
If only we could buy time
I would hear your story
And tell you mine Continue reading If only we could buy time
Monday morning blues are hitting in. I’ve been working for just over 2 hours now, but I already want to call it a day and go home and sleep! Soooo not ready for a Monday. In fact, I don’t think I’m ready for any day! I just want to cuddle up in my bed with a nice book. Sigh Things we have to deal with in this stupid adult life! Ufff…
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