Apr 2

To New Beginnings… #AtoZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z

‘B is for Beginnings | Positive & Inspired Living A to Z’ In life, there are times when we encounter a huge obstacle in our path. It looks like the end of the road, and we can’t seem to find the strength to move on. It is at precisely these times, when we can no […]

Apr 1

Unconditional Acceptance for Good Relationships #AtoZChallenge @AprilA2Z

‘A is for Acceptance | Positive & Inspired Living A to Z’ It is said that the best gift you can give anyone, is your unconditional love and acceptance. This is especially true for healthy relationships- unconditional acceptance of your partner’s belief’s, attitudes and behaviors is important. Having said that, it is also true that […]

Mar 23

#ATOZChallenge 2015 @AprilA2Z | Theme Reveal

Finally! It is the day of the Great Theme Reveal for the A to Z Challenge 2015. For those who are new to the A to Z Challenge –  it is a daily blogging challenge during the month of April. 26 posts for 26 days, that match the 26 letters of the alphabet (April 1 […]

Mar 6


“I treat my daughter just like my son.” “She is not my daughter, she is my son.” If you are not an Indian, the above statements may sound odd. However, if you are an Indian, you have heard this over and over again. Many of us (Indians) will not find anything wrong with the above […]

Mar 3

The One You Cannot Have by Preeti Shenoy | Book Review

“For words once uttered find their way into hearts and later spill over to paper in the form of poetry. Immortalized forever. Perhaps this is what they call love.” I have to say that this book is an unconventional pick for me. I normally don’t read a lot in this genre, outside of the occasional […]

Feb 27

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell | Book Review

“We are so caught in the myths of the best and the brightest and the self-made that we think outliers spring naturally from the earth. (…) But that’s the wrong lesson”. In Outliers, Gladwell casts his inquisitive eye on those who have risen meteorically to the top of their fields, analyzing their legacies, opportunities, and […]

Feb 13

The Fault in our Stars by John Green | Book Review

“So dawn goes down to day, the poet wrote. Nothing gold can stay”. It is said that if you learn to accept rather than expect, you will have fewer disappointments. But I guess, it is human nature to expect. I had huge expectations of this book after the overwhelming amount of reviews, and the generous […]

Feb 6

Do Opposites Attract only in Science, or even in Love?

Opposites attract is more a scientific principle than a romantic one – Minh Tan Saying 1: Opposites Attract. Saying 2: Birds of a feather flock together. I am sure most of us have heard these sayings over and over again while growing up. However, they do convey diametrically opposite meanings. Logically speaking, only one of […]

Jan 30

The First Phone Call from Heaven by Mitch Albom | Book Review

“On the day the world received its first phone call from heaven, Tess Rafferty was unwrapping a box of tea bags.” We live in the day and age of smartphones. Ever wondered HOW smart are they? Smart enough to put through a call from Heaven? Picture this. You are going about your daily chores, and […]

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