Featured: The Veggie Cooker

We are into the second week of October and it’s time to unleash the second blogger for our Female Force feature. This week we’re going to learn about someone who is a healthcare advertiser by profession and finds peace in cooking. Smruti Rao, who is currently based out of Singapore keeps herself updated on the current food trends and somehow manages to incorporate it in her cooking style.

Here are a few things Smruti graciously shared about her journey as a foodie and documenting it consistently. Continue reading “Featured: The Veggie Cooker”


Featured: Girl on The Mountains

Saini, a fellow schoolmate and now an avid trekker who juggles her work life and desire for hiking by constantly being on the move very generously agreed to answer all my questions. She balances her 9 to 5 routine and still manages to head out of the city almost every weekend to places that are breathtaking and to be honest seem very unrealistic. I was stunned at some of her responses and at some, I could only nod in affirmation. Her passion fueled by enthusiasm is what drew me towards doing this short post. Let’s see what she said over my queries. Continue reading “Featured: Girl on The Mountains”

October Feature – Female Force

It’s finally time to unleash three women who I personally find very inspiring. I am venturing into new space by featuring these ladies on my blog by asking some common questions that I always stumble upon when I read their blog posts. So, after delaying this for more than a month, I am going to post every Friday in the month of October and feature these ladies who are really good at what they do. Keep watching the Featured tab for more updates.

I do this every day, and you should too!

Lately, I’ve been feeling a little too much about myself. We’re all accused of being extra, being too concerned with our own problems and probably just worrying about ourselves. But it is not wrong. Not at all. Do not let anyone tell you that your concern for yourself is a guilt trip. It’s a better way to be a better version of yourself. Continue reading “I do this every day, and you should too!”

10 things to do when you need a spark

In my last post under the ‘Life’ category, I talked about how staying in is not a crime. Basically, no one has the right to badger you around just because you prefer being at home sometimes instead of engaging in social conventions. But, if you’re someone like me, who has limited time to themselves over a weekend and want to make the most of it, you’ll always find yourself short of motivation. You’ll outweigh the pros and cons of doing what you love and taking rest (practically lazing while reading a book). So how to gather inspiration to keep ahead of your schedule? Continue reading “10 things to do when you need a spark”