Jul 27

Changes and Priorities

Hi Guys, It has been almost 3 weeks since I last showed up here, and I have missed it so much. The most important reason for this absence was our move in July. We moved across states in US, and all the packing- unpacking-cleaning, consumed my every waking hour. However to be really honest, that […]

Jun 26

I Too Had a Love Story by Ravinder Singh | Book Review

“Not everyone in this world has the fate to cherish the fullest form of love. Some are born just to experience the abbreviation of it.” ‘I Too Had a Love Story’ is an autobiographical tale of love written by Ravinder Singh, a software engineer turned author, who rose to fame with this book becoming a national […]

Jun 19

The President’s Shadow – Would you BUY or PASS? #FridayFiveChallenge

Happy Friday Everyone 🙂 Today I came across an extremely interesting bookish challenge – The Friday Five Challenge by Rosie Amber. What is the Friday Five Challenge? In today’s online shopping age, readers often base their buying decisions on small postage stamp size book covers (thumbnails), a quick glance at the book description and some reviews. Have you ever […]

Jun 12

The Versatile Blogger Award

Hi Guys, Today I am here with a different kind of post. I have been nominated for The Versatile Blogger Award by a wonderful blogger and author Devika Fernando. I came across Devika when I participated in the April AtoZ Challenge, and I am so glad to have gotten to know her. She writes some amazing […]

Jun 5

The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Review

“Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it.” -Michelle K, Some This book follows the life of one such woman who was built from fire – Draupadi. She was a fire born princess who longed for love and acceptance from her family, a wife to five of the most powerful […]

May 4

AtoZ Reflections #AtoZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z

As I write this post, I am overcome with a lot of conflicting emotions. The dominant one being relief with a tinge of sadness. I am relieved as I survived a month long blogging challenge. I know it probably is not a big deal for a lot of you, but to a newbie blogger like […]

Apr 30

A Child-like Zest For Life #AtoZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z

‘Z is for Zest | Positive & Inspired Living A to Z’ Have you ever noticed when some people walk into a room, the energy level of that room goes up a couple of notches? Sometimes a person’s sunny personality brightens even the gloomiest person’s mood. I know a few people like that. They bring […]

Apr 29

Yelling Less : The Journey Within – by Shailaja Vishwanath @shyvish #AtoZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z

Today, I am very happy to welcome a very dear friend, Shailaja, to my space. I came across her parenting blog a couple of month’s back, and the first thing that caught my attention was the Yelling Less counter on the sidebar. It read over 150+ yell free days  at that point. 150+ days since […]

Apr 28

Identifying our X-Factor #AtoZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z

‘X is for X-Factor | Positive & Inspired Living A to Z’ X-Factor is essentially considered to be an unknown but vital quality for achieving success. Interviewers and judges often speak of an ‘X- Factor’ when they consider multiple candidates for a single open position, or when they are deciding the winner of a contest.  […]

Apr 27

An Antidote for our Worries #AtoZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z

‘W is for Worry | Positive & Inspired Living A to Z’ Let me start off this post by saying that I don’t intend to preach on the futility of worrying, as I have met very FEW people who worry MORE than me. I am not sure if I have always been this way but […]

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