Cooking Is Meditative

One of the major things that made me happy was the smell of freshly baked cookies. So today seemed like the perfect day to satisfy my hunger. The whole process took me about 2-3 hours, and maybe those were one of the few moments of complete mindfulness I have had recently. I have always been…

The Minimalist Lifestyle

I sat on the bed this morning, wondering where and how to start. Looking around, all I could see was how big of a mess my room was. I read a few blog posts on organization, and the one written by Jennifer Taylor Chan on A Minimalist Lifestyle, on the app Medium inspired me to try…

5 Quotes I Live By

If you are anything like me, you have had days where you feel like doing nothing, you feel physically and emotionally drained, and end up procrastinating on everything that needs to get done. To change this, nothing is better than reading a good quote, to make you think, muse on and feel every day, so…

Things That Make Me Happy

I wish someone could give me at least a month’s notice of an oncoming problem before I have to actually deal with it. Of course life isn’t easy, and of course, I have to tackle everything at once. It’s difficult to look past the negative things in life, and I have been trying to do…

Tackling The Sublime: Mt. Bromo

As soon as my feet touched the ground, I retracted. It was two in the morning when we decided to get up and get ready, but the task seemed ridiculously difficult at the moment. Snuggling back in the blanket, I gathered as much warmth as I could to make this less dreadful. The floor was…

The ‘Notorious’ Fever: Wanderlust

Have you ‘researched’ all the new places to visit around the world? Or do you get restless, like me, when you stay home for holidays? Or worst, do you have this insatiable desire to travel? If yes, then my friend, you have this fever. And, its possibly the best thing that can happen to you….

Phone Photography: Unspoken Tips

If you had to learn swimming, how would you start of? Would you jump directly into an ocean? No right. You would start from the shallow end of the swimming pool and then gradually make your way up. Similarly, when you first start photographing, it does not make sense to directly jump to a professional…