Stay selfish so that you can stay selfless for your family. What a conflicting example, but it actually worked in her life. Marriage, the ceremony has been for long has been portrayed as the be all and end all of marriage, cos that is where all the entertainment lies. The truth is, it is not … Continue reading Be Selfish to stay selfless
Alkalinity – the word has been around for ages but is being talked about a lot these days. Well, one may think it is just another passing fad, but alkaline is the ideal environment that the human body functions in. Since we suddenly got into this health mode on a more … Continue reading Alkalinity
It is so funny yet interesting that half of my family is a meat eater and the other half is vegetarian. So while, the first half enjoys their chicken dishes, what does the second half do ? They create some scrumptious and enviously satisfying vegetarian dishes. ;O But are they as delectable ? Well, try … Continue reading Coexistence !!!
And this is how teaching chose me…
The first time I played a teacher was like every other girl, sometimes, draped in Mum’s saree!! And some other times in an all white outfit, always in awe of the nuns at my school. Reality was far fetched and rosy. Thereafter, I became a real teacher every now and then to my siblings on … Continue reading And this is how teaching chose me…
Immigration- a journey inward
This one sure needs to be documented. This is too big to be let gone without penning down. We completed a year in Canada last month and I am celebrating the year gone by with this piece of writing that will remind us of our journey forever. Life was hunky dory till this came along. I … Continue reading Immigration- a journey inward
Let food be thy medicine
We can talk to our bodies more than anyone else, if we just pay a little attention to the tiny signals given away by our bodies every now and then, but the fact of the matter is that more often than not, we choose to ignore these signals and do not end up feeling as … Continue reading Let food be thy medicine
My Candy Floss Gola
Finally, my favourite ice cream, the candy floss GOLA, was in my hand, after days of craving for it. Looked like, someone else was craving for it equally badly. Well,well.. it was the sun. The sun shone with all its orangey might, right on the head of the candy floss Gola. And just when I … Continue reading My Candy Floss Gola
The (un)important life skill
What better than an adult who can rustle up a meal for themselves and family, without a fuss, Maggi and industrial bread packets notwithstanding.
It may sound damn uninteresting at the outset, but read between the lines and you can think of many adults around you throwing up their hands up in the air at the thought of cooking up a meal.
At the risk of sounding conservative, yet having no qualms about it, I wish to make a statement here, if eating is a fundamental need and a right, knowing how to cook must be placed among the top ten most important life skills. Ain’t it?
Imagine how empowered an individual is, who is able to throw in a few ingredients from the fridge and pull off a short and a quick meal all by himself. Well, I would certainly be very very proud of this person, uhmmm… may…
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The (un)important life skill
What better than an adult who can rustle up a meal for themselves and family, without a fuss, Maggi and industrial bread packets notwithstanding. It may sound damn uninteresting at the outset, but read between the lines and you can think of many adults around you throwing up their hands up in the air at … Continue reading The (un)important life skill
An artist, as I like to call her, comfortable in her own skin childlike is the word, to describe her closely. She loses herself in the world of colors and can sit for hours with her labour of love. She cooks and paints, in the same breath, nimbly so.. I wish I had half, … Continue reading Ma