I have Combination Skin. Which means my ‘T-Zone’ the area across my forehead, above my eyebrows, and vertically down from my forehead to my chin, shaped like a ‘T’ is Oily, while the rest of my face, the cheeks and jaws are dry. If this wasn’t enough, my skin is extremely sensitive as well, which… Read More Beauty Products My Skin Loves: Skincare for Combination and Sensitive Skin
Another day! Another post! This one inspired by Nabanitas post that had me chuckling. I am very optimistic that this isn’t the last of, ‘I am weird because’ revelations and I have a feeling I shall be topping this list. Frequently. Here goes this one though! * I have borderline OCD, which means… Read More I am weird because….
The June of each year heralds the beginning of Monsoon in the district of Maharashtra in India. As the summer sun is out in all its searing glory in the preceding months, all eyes look towards the sky for the rains to bring respite. When the rains finally make an appearance, everyone and each thing… Read More Monsoon Magic in Maharashtra
Daddy’s name is Subhash – which means soft spoken. Dad is the anti-thesis of that name though. A spade is a spade is a spade, and he refuses to call it anything but a spade. Thankfully he has Mom for a life partner, who act as a foil and balances out his frankness. Over the… Read More Daddy
If you are a foodie like I am, you are most probably always on the lookout for food that is unique and teases your imagination and with flavours that satiate your taste buds. Ever since I discovered Fusion Food it has intrigued me. I don’t think I am part of a minority either, as the… Read More Biryaneez? A Biryani noodle by Inbisco? Yes, please!
Malaysia is a country where you could find people from all over the world. When people from different parts of the world congregate, they bring their culture and their food with them. Their influence seeps into the fabric of a country making it a rich tapestry. Malaysia has been enriched thus, with influences from Indian, Chinese,… Read More A Melting Pot called Malaysia
No human being is an island. As much as we may like to believe or tell ourselves that we are self-sufficient, could almost do it all, and that we ‘don’t need anyone’, experience teaches us that that is not the case. Life is unpredictable, as is human behaviour. We never know what the next moment… Read More Pay it Forward #MayTivation
Writing is a lonely exercise. It is just you, your thoughts, your words and your laptop or pen and paper. You are the author, the editor and the reader too. This pattern works for some all of the time, and for all some of the time. There comes a time when inspiration dries up and… Read More How Blogchatter could make you an Author
Language: English Pages : 252 Genre : Fiction. Romance Available in: Kindle Edition and Paperback The Plot: Raj Shekhar Subramanian and Manasi are the perfect couple, in tandem with each other in all areas of life. Raj Shekar has big dreams and Manasi works towards making them come true. Dance is what brought them together… Read More #BookReview : Rasia – The Dance of Desire by Koral Dasgupta
When you hear the word ‘abuse’ you mostly assume it is what is done to others or something that happens to others. Indulging in habits that are classified as ‘bad habits’, for example smoking, drinking, doing drugs or even eating non-vegetarian food or any food and drink in excess are classified as self-abuse. If you… Read More Do you Abuse Yourself? #MayTivation