Life is a Roller-coaster
Before covid engulfed our world, visiting themeparks would be one of our favourite outings during the holidays. Dubai gets very hot during summers, that’s why there are large number of Indoor theme parks throughout UAE and we have been to almost every. While my husband enjoys all those scary rides, me and my son are… Continue reading
The Sweetness of doing Nothing !!
The weekend was spent shifting house and settling into the new one. Last 3 days just went in a frenzy, packing, unpacking and discarding the stuff I no longer required. We had been in our last home for almost a little less than 6 years. We thought about moving many a times over the past… Continue reading
My closet full of clothes
I am a spendthrift. Do you know what I like spending most on. Of course, clothes. Like a typical girl, my closet is full of all the variety. Being Indian, I can’t get away with the love for bright reds, pinks and purples. Everytime, I have to go to India, and ever since e-commerce has… Continue reading
“Hakuna Matata” The Problem free philosophy.
“Lion king” I remember seeing this wonderful movie last year. Ever since, I had downloaded this song to my playlist. “Hakuna Matata.. it means No worries for the rest of your days. It is our problem free philosophy.” For those who have not seen this movie, the story revolves around this young lion cub Simba,… Continue reading
Different contexts! Divergent views !
I woke up today morning in an unusually creative mood. Having missed my writing schedule early during the week, the thought weighing heavily on my mind, I wondered about the conflicting opinions. The world is in turmoil, 2020 is laying havoc each day. As if Novel- corona virus was not enough to sabotage the lives… Continue reading
TALK IT OUT!
I am back with my Thursday Thoughts. Writing one blog post a week! Is it such a big deal? Well, some days it is, especially in the crazy times we are living in. There was a time, when i started my blog and I could write daily. I thought I could change the world with… Continue reading
Lockdown effects #ShareTheLoad
Punjabis are known for patriarchy and I have been born and bred in a typical Punjabi family. I got married into another with a notion in my mind that household work is my department and whatever I may be I had to fullfill those chores. You wouldn’t have been able to question my ideology then… Continue reading
Ache din kab aayenge (अच्छे दिन कब आएंगे ) When will good days come !!
I was in India in 2014 when Modi ji came to power. Though I shifted to Dubai the same year, I kept hearing about ” अच्छे दिन”. Back home, I would keep hearing about 24 hr electricity, clean water, better opportunities for work and I would keep thinking that yes better days are arriving.Mind you… Continue reading
I am a histopathologist based in UK. I find solace in my work, nature and books. My musings are my own personal beliefs.