Should we try rebooting?

Reboot, restart, re-plug, reconsider, re-think, redo, re-prioritize our collective life choices?

Should we?

Let’s bring some Shelf-Awareness!

I drew this a couple of weeks back, in absolute disappointment because I have totally lost the habit of reading.

I sit in front of my computer all day, and scroll on my phone afterwards (not just the meaningless scrolling, but also some meaningful reading every once in a while!), but the moment it comes to flipping pages of a book that I have willingly bought, my eyelids droop immediately and take me into a deep slumber.

I bet a lot of you relate to this.

So, here’s a thought. While we self-isolate ourselves physically in light of the current worldwide circumstances , why don’t we try and isolate ourselves a little from our gadgets and try to bring an old, forgotten but much-needed habit back into our lives?

Self awareness to some (book)Shelf-awareness, perhaps?

Bring Back the Bookworm in me!

Order Ordeal

The dish that is a figment of my imagination, that I’m yet to discover, that I call *something interesting*, that’s almost never on any menu! #FoodOrdeal

Simple Friendships

This post is dedicated to a dear friend I’ve known for years now! Someone who never fails to amaze me with her grit, grace and goofiness, even to this day. Speaking with her is like getting a warm hug, and it takes me back to the days we spent in the wilderness of our college lives; doing assignments, chasing dreams but mostly sealing our friendship over late night movies and plates of maggi!

In the busy lives that we manage to bury ourselves in these days, it is often the littlest amount of unconditional time that a friend makes for you goes to make all the difference in the world. And, she is surely the one who is never short of it – no matter the distance, the timezones, the jobs, the families, and everything else that is Life.

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I hope we all have at least one friend like that. And if you do, tag them in the comments and send them a hug 🙂

Here’s to simple friendships, and simpler joys!