I have a practice of including protein in our daily food menu in one way or other. Paneer is one of our favorites. It's a simple to make home made paneer. Boil milk till it raises, add whey till it cuddles and keep stirring till water separates. Transfer into a cheese cloth and wash it… Continue reading Protein diet!!
People who have grown up with a brother or sister at home will have innumerable memories. Those which hold the power to moisten your eyes and curve your lips. Those that are a gateway to reminisce about your childhood days, innocence, childishness and a carefree life where the only commitment was to eat, study and… Continue reading Siblings and secrets..S for Sathya..
R for road trips.. A lot of things can happen over a road trip. Sudden realizations, life changing decisions, a much needed push/ pull, a lesson for lifetime from a most harrowing experience, blossoming friendships, blooming love and you may even find a key to your heart and dreams during such trips. Most importantly, this… Continue reading R for roadtrips
Question paper quivers...Exam Chronicles. I am a severe Testophobic person whose mind gets disarrayed at the mention of the word called exam. During such days, my dysfunctional mind never failed to beget more anxiety. The college from which I got my bachelor's degree was a major contributor of my insomnia. I don’t remember going to… Continue reading Q for Question paper quivers and exam shivers..
What does it take to live a life with 10k Instagram followers, 1k Facebook friends, Exotic vacations with Enticing food spread, ever cooperative & mushy spouse, well behaved kids, coveted independence, enjoyable weekends and a rewarding career? Doesn't this sound like a poetry. Trust me, it exists. Mark Zuckerberg's company keeps reiterating that this poetic… Continue reading P for Perfectly Imperfect life..
Theories and researchers have proved that, the neurobiological system that intercedes the emotional stimulus and our memory is closely connected. The hormones that are released by this emotional arousal controls the coalescence of our long term memory. Recent researches have demonstrated that humans have more autobiographic memory of their experiences than other living beings. Our… Continue reading O for Occasions
Women go through tempestuous pregnancy with rocketing hormones and gruelling physical challenges. If the walk towards motherhood is exhausting, postnatal period is perplexing. They triumph over the postpartum anxiety, win over the post natal body shaming comments and become strong and wonderful mom’s. If there is a shoulder to lean on, share the confusions and… Continue reading Happy Father’s day!!
Good neighbours emanate positive energy and contribute to the well being of the society, they belong to. Also, a neighbour's epochal contribution in shaping up our life is unrivaled. They are the most important source and our immediate community that maps us with the society. On day to day basis, there is a subtle thread… Continue reading N for Neighbours
L for Late Kate. I wonder how am I loved by these two most important men in life, who are the most punctual people in the world, in-spite of me being directly opposite to their personalities. Psychology says that people who are always late are the most creative ones. Blaah!! I really don’t know about… Continue reading L for Late Kate chronicles
K for kuppu paati. My Kuppu paati (father’s mother) is the reason I am here, rekindling all my best memories and being grateful to so many people around me. She was a very thin-fair skinned lady, with a broad forehead, well combed bun, wrinkled cheeks, diamond earrings in her ears and single gold bangle in… Continue reading K for kuppu paati