Life as a clumsy person is always amusing, for others, that is. You cannot walk from one corner of the room to another without colliding with the objects that were not even in your path in the first place. It's a magnetic pull, I tell you.
So, the last time I posted a blog was almost 10 months ago. Ever since, I've been too busy to get my brain to spare some time for typing something new. Busy doing what? Well, let's see - I quit my job, changed my career and started doing something that makes me happy (Yayy), which … Continue reading The Art of Deprioritizing
Remember that character from everybody's favorite childhood comic book Tinkle, Butterfingers? That kid who always dropped anything and everything he touched?
I set the alarm for 7:00 am. And then two more, one at 7:15 and one at 7:30. Waking up at 7:30 shouldn't be a problem. That's what I thought. That's what I always think before going to bed. But despite having 3-4 'pre alarm' alarms screaming like police sirens right next to my ears, … Continue reading Workout plans that never (ever) work out
Kochi After a journey of about 4.5 hours (from Munnar), we finally reached Kochi. The owner of the homestay that we had booked in Fort Kochi had informed us to book an Uber. As we zipped through the roads of Kochi we were surprised to see populous bridges and streets all through out the city. … Continue reading Jaunting through Kerala – Part 2
Munnar Two months before new year's eve I had decided that I did not want to stay in the city on Jan 31st. I had no intention of being part of the customary NYE party scenes that transition from lively to uproarious rather quickly. Also, most of my friends had travel plans already. So the … Continue reading Jaunting through Kerala – Part 1
It's not easy being in a relationship. I realized this truth when I started learning a new language. Okay, I agree it is not the same thing. But I can list out a bunch of similarities that will make you think otherwise. Oh, and this is just a fanciful and dramatized comparison. I'm aware of the fact that the scale of impact in both the cases is not comparable, obviously.
Dasara is the Nadahabba (festival of the state) of the state of Karnataka. During the 10 day period of Dasara, all the important streets and buildings in Mysuru are adorned with lights, making city look no less than a radiant bride.
I looked at my watch, frantically, for the tenth time in the last two minutes. It was 6:06 AM. The train to Mysore was at 6:30 AM. I was still in the cab and needed at least 10 more minutes to reach the railway station. I hate missing the train. Not that missing anything else … Continue reading The One that got away.
It's been 4 months since my trip to the Himalayas, and the spectacular sight of the mountains still lingers in my mind. Well, first of all, it wasn't a trip. It was a trek. A beautiful, once in a lifetime experience. I'm calling it 'once in a lifetime' because you go to the Himalayas for … Continue reading The Himalayan Experience – Sar Pass trek