Terrible tales of our weighing scales…

In the era where there is a public outrage against “overweight ism”, and out burst against body shaming due to few increased pounds, I’m here to tell tales about the undisclosed frustrations of thin-shaming and skinny shaming.. 5.3” tall and 42 kgs…it’s ME. Why have you become so thin? Is the first compulsory 10 mark question I have been answering all through my life. The … Continue reading Terrible tales of our weighing scales…

Miles to go before I sleep…

I love Robert Frost’s poems. The depiction of truth and the profound sense of reality attracts me towards his work. At times, we often halt in the middle of a weary road before taking the next couple of iambic meters to cover up the “ tale of our life”, pondering over the purpose of our journey. Sometimes, heart holds on to the the temporary sanity … Continue reading Miles to go before I sleep…

Powerful women- best paradoxes

A woman who wants it “all” turns out to be a paradox. As a matter of fact, she weighs her interests and other’s equally. Her exemplary diligence and perseverance not only crafts a strong younger generation but pushes her one step forward every single day. Of course, these qualities have propelled her success path as a working woman, entrepreneur, primary care giver, and even as … Continue reading Powerful women- best paradoxes

Love is you

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Childhood chronicles

I am also becoming a victim of “oh-my-god, im getting old” syndrome. The fully grown celebrities who were infants during my teenage days and my sub sub juniors candid wedding pics aggravates that illness. Even though outsiders claim that I’m still looking 20+ the lub dub organ inside the body refuses to soak in that warmth. I know my age. Come on, I had even … Continue reading Childhood chronicles