I have the hardest time choosing what to eat when we go out. Sometimes, I let my husband order or say that I’ll just have what he’s having. What are you having for lunch today? Is it going to be North Indian, South Indian, Chinese, Italian, French, Andhra style, Calcutta style, Punjabi, Oriya, Maharashtrian, Japanese,…Continue reading First World Problems – I don’t know what to eat!
I’ll admit that I’m bizarrely nervous about eating alone in a restaurant. I don’t mind eating alone at home in private, just not in a public restaurant/food court setting. I attribute this to my long-held belief that only sad, friendless, lonely people eat by themselves at restaurants. However, I half admire and half loathe happy…Continue reading Do You Know What Solomangarephobia Is?
I love Bangalore. I’ve traveled around the world but Bangalore seems like paradise to me and I reckon we all love our hometowns. It’s where we grew up, it’s where we had all our firsts. It reminds us of a certain time. Ha, I’m being nostalgic. What’s not to love about Bangalore – 1. mild…Continue reading 5 Reasons I Love Bangalore
These are a few of my favorite things that make me instantly happy 1. Hotshower 2. Afternoon Naps 3. Walking 4. Dogs/Animals 5. Chocolate/ Hot Cocoa 6. Nature 7. Smelling Lemongrass 8. Working out
‘The mind I love must have wild places, a tangled orchard where dark damsons drop in the heavy grass, an overgrown little wood, the chance of a snake or two, a pool that nobody’s fathomed the depth of, and paths threaded with flowers planted by the mind.’ I love this quote from ‘The Garden Party’,…Continue reading In a field of roses, be the wildflower
My favorite subject when I was a Psychology major in college was Human Development. Initially I was quite surprised that such a big chunk of the course material was dedicated to childhood considering there are other important phases in life like adolescence, adulthood and of course old age. Like Frederick Douglass said, “It is easier…Continue reading Of Memories and Childhood