Once upon a time, there was a shore named Marco who often spoke to the moon. The bright moon would tell the shore tales of courage and hope, but most importantly, of love. Marco grew a romantic heart but it never found anyone to give it to. He spent summer nights dreaming about finding the wave he could fall in love with and winter days … Continue reading A wave named Merlin
You came into my life like the gentle breeze Tapping on the wall around my soul Asking me to let you in So you could slowly water my dead parts And bring me back to life One kiss at a time You fell in love with me But little did you know there was more to me You choosing me over her Was not my … Continue reading You, me and depression- a love triangle
Life is like a rollercoaster. One moment you’re looking at the weeds and the next moment you’re staring at the moon. You can’t choose only the good parts, you have to go through a lot of rough days too. I think all of us right now are going through something, only the size of the difficulty is different. This little write up is for all … Continue reading The art of healing
Nikhil Shrivastava’s book ‘Because You Need This’ is written for all those who want to excel in life and grow. When I read his book, I was deeply inspired. He talks about dreams, love, passion, failures and a lot more. This book is like the friend who helps you grow into a better version. It has been a year since the Kindle version came out … Continue reading Interview with Author Nikhil Shrivastava
Travelling is a boon to mankind. A single ticket and you’re off to explore the magic of a different land. In today’s social media world, traveling is given a lot of importance. Everyone who is someone is busy vacationing at different spots. The craze has increased so much that people are quitting their jobs to be full-time travelers. It makes you want to know what … Continue reading Solo Travel
I have a baker’s soul. The flour on my apron, milkmaid spilling into the bowl like a waterfall of sweetness, vanilla essence traveling from the kitchen into the living room tickling my family and making them giggle with happiness, and the batter on the spatula waiting to be licked. I recently went for a baking workshop conducted by Esha Fernandes. I need to step out … Continue reading Baking workshop by Esha Fernandes
I have always thought June to be the most romantic month of all because I think the raindrops are carriers of love. June is the umbrella shared by two people despite both of them having an umbrella. June is two people discovering their love for tea on a cold rainy evening and beginning their story with cups of ginger tea. June is looking at that … Continue reading The month of romance
Gone are the days when he wrote poetry on my skin. Now he writes on Facebook and the only way I know is because I’m tagged in each post. I wonder about the lost art of loving for my old soul craves something more. Don’t be mistaken. I don’t detest modern love. I too write on social media, share updates about my life and have … Continue reading The lost art of loving
Tomorrow another year will end and another list of resolutions will be made. This time I’m more keen on saying a proper goodbye to 2017 before I allow the hustle bustle of a new year to arrive. Endings: they teach and remind us so many things. This year was full of challenges and between all these challenges, a young girl was growing. Yes, I was … Continue reading Goodbye, 2017.
Monsoon is my favorite season. I love everything about it. I love waking up to the sound of rain, allowing the raindrops to make love to my skin, sipping hot tea while watching colorful umbrellas dancing on wet streets. I love the monsoon magic. Some people love rain only from a distance while some run outdoors as soon as the first raindrop falls from the … Continue reading Monsoon magic!