I am thankful for all the followers on this blog. 2020 is a year for transformation for this page as well. Every month will have a theme and most of the posts will reflect that theme. In January, I hope to inspire you with exciting posts and we will also be celebrating Indian events. New Year is usually the time to make resolutions to become a better person and to open a new chapter in our book of life. I will share book reviews about books that inspire, motivate and push you out of your comfort zones. I am an Indian and as I grow younger, I am becoming more and more interested in Indian culture and traditions. There are two important Indian events this month. On January 15, we have the festival Sankranti. This day marks the end of winter solstice and signifies the arrival of longer days. On January 26 is Republic day, which celebrates the formation of Indian constitution. Wishing you a great 2020 and looking forward to reading great books and …
Hoping for a fantastic decade that excels the last decade. Happy New Year 2020!
Yes, it is that time of the year again. You must be thinking, ‘Another post about resolutions, how boring!’
The blogosphere is inundated with posts about resolutions so you have every right to think so. I will keep mine short. I will give an audit of my 2014 resolutions and reveal my 2015 resolution
The New Year is around the corner. You should be itching to come up with resolutions for 2015. Here are three reasons why you should renew your passion for a hobby and include it as one of the resolutions.
This year was a year of travel and bonding. My hubby and I visited Tirupathi, Goa and Mysore in India and almost all the major cities of Europe. It was a year of bonding with the family. Every passing year, I learn more about my hubby. He is a wonderful person and the learning never ceases.
I celebrated the major festivals in my hometown, Warangal amidst our parents, in-laws and other close family members. The love and warmth from the family spices up the festivals. Oh yes! I forgot to mention about the mouth-watering and delicious dishes that my mother and mother-in-law cook during festivals, which lead to packing up of pounds, which I am yet to lose.