The Lifestyle Blogazine

The Lifestyle Blogazine

Author: Deliciously Alive

In The Dark Of The Night

In The Dark Of The Night Mumbai has always been known as the city that never sleeps but it is snoring tonight, thought Richa as she walked the empty streets. She had decided to stay back to finish work and tie up some loose ends […]






My Alter Ego and Me, in a tete-a-tete over a cup of tea

The world is such a wonderful place! Things are just as they seem! (Tee-hee. It’s the rose tinted glasses that show her what she sees!) People are honest They say what they mean (This statement is the best it is such a scream!) I’ve got […]






Hot Shower

Seema liked hot showers. She had invented the quote, “There is no problem in this world that a hot shower can’t solve.” A hot shower, according to Seema, was the solution to any, if not all problems. Besides being such an ardent advertiser, she was […]






Colour

I came across a quiz on facebook. The question asked was ‘What colour defines you’.  I took the quiz and the answer was ‘Red’ which happens to be my favourite colour.  But the question, ‘What colour defines you’ stayed in my mind, and inspired a […]






Book Review: The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak

  Ella Rubinstein is a 40 year old stay-at-home mother and wife with a beautiful home, 3 children and a prosperous husband. Outwardly, Ella has everything one could wish for, despite which she still feels an unnamed sense of discontent.   Agreeing to a part […]






Twin Book Reviews – The Last Queen of India AND Nefertiti

Book Reviews: The Last Queen of India AND Nefertiti Historical fiction is not a genre that would interest me. Or so I thought, till a friend introduced me to Michelle Moran’s books. I was reluctant to start reading the first book but when I did […]






Curlies

‘Rex said I was fat!’ exclaimed Alice, ‘…am I fat, Jojo?’ she implored her sister ‘Yes you are.’ replied Jojo, as she flexed her limbs ‘And you’re mean!’ exclaimed Alice, again. Jojo shrugged nonchalantly, as she looked into the distance ‘Look at Tina there,’ pointed […]






Ray of hope

‘You know, Ray, I hated your mother. I thought she was pure evil. There, I finally said it!’ exhaled Rita. ‘Surprised, huh? Or maybe not?’ Rita continued as her husband listened. ‘I am sure you aren’t surprised that I hated her. You must be surprised […]






Looks are deceptive

Looks are deceptive Looks are deceptive, aren’t they, thought Malathi as she pulled out a golf club from her husband’s golf kit resting behind the door. The smallest club seemed to be the heaviest, she smirked. What all could it do, besides hitting a ball, […]






It’s okay

Bed-hopping is okay. A few cigarettes a day and whisky on the rocks is okay.  Swearing is okay.  Late nights are okay.  Replacing responsibility with money is okay.  Might is right, is okay.  Leering is okay.  It is all okay.  What is not okay is […]






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