Wishing you all a very Happy New Year! Here’s hoping this new day will bring peace, love, joy and lots of success for everyone!
There comes a time in our life when we shrug some people off our priority list, just because they do not add anything positive to our life. It is good to have people you love around you, but equally important to leave the negative ones outside your ‘zone’ lest they start affecting you negatively. I admit to being slightly selfish in this regard, and my own mental peace is so much more important for me than anything else!
So you just reached home from work? Gotta rush for a Diwali party with your peeps? No time to get ready? Well, I have some fun ideas for you to implement, to save time yet look different from the crowd and all prepped up for a Diwali party!
Are you a positive person inherently?
I, for one, am a hopeless optimist. And I like doing things which add to the positivity and make me a happier person from within. As much as I can, I avoid negative things and people in my vicinity, in my life. And the same also holds true for books! Positive thoughts reflect in everything that you do and bring you even better days in life ahead.
The prelude was because I recently read the much raved about book- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. It is a tragic love story, and the protagonist and her love are both dying of cancer, the antagonist in the book. Coming from medical background, I have seen such things happen on an everyday basis. And even then, it is difficult to imagine the pain and agony that cancer brings with it. Or any other terminal disease, for that matter. Continue reading The fault in our stars?!
Raise your hands, Mumbai people!
Well, I’m an out and out Delhiite, and there’s no place quite like Delhi for me, and I know the quintessential Delhi- Mumbai ‘My City is Better Than Yours’ war of words going about all the time. But honestly, for me and my family, Mumbai has taken from us more than it has given back to us. I wouldn’t get into the details, but I just can’t bring myself to like Mumbai much. No, I don’t hate it. Nevertheless, professional commitments take me to Mumbai quite often, and slowly but steadily, I’m warming up to the city again. 🙂
Two sights that you never see in Delhi- beach and beach-side-greenery (not sure if the ones below are palm trees 😛 )
I just quickly want to share with you guys some of the recent OOTD (outfit of the day) posts that I did on my other blog recently, and some food pics 😀 . Here’s a glimpse of two of my latest posts which happen to be poles apart in all respects.