Digital Detoxification

Baby D has been under the weather for the past three days. I am not sure if I'd feel lighter if I dredge up the experience here. What if it further succumbs me to despair? I'm going to skip the talk and wait for him to recover in a couple of days. My mom often... Continue Reading →

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Snippet #31 Perspective

The sun peeps out yet again in life, melting down the merciless cerebral frostbite that's been restricting my thought process for the past few weeks. Today's evening walk under the mellow sun awakened the zen master in me. For more than an hour, I remained in a state of mindfulness letting every moment sculpt my... Continue Reading →

Snippet #27 A Late Evening Realisation

My confused mind settles on its own as I walk around the backyard of our house. The sun is on the verge of setting down, its golden orange rays glistening the widespread skies. The gusting breeze of dusk carries along with it a faint yet captivating aroma of fresh coffee. Before I could drool over... Continue Reading →

Snippet #26 Breaking The Ice

To all those (erm.. I hope there's atleast one) who wonder what's wrong with me this week pertaining to blog updates, well, here's the answer. Life is good. God bless. Despite the hourglass liberally shedding down sands of time, it is a wee bit challenging to entertain my toddling child and simultaneously look after the... Continue Reading →

A Frugal Mom’s Guide To Smart Shopping

Dr.H and I have decided to keep an eye on every single transaction that usually bypasses our notice and skip every purchase that isn't concerned with food, tea, clothing needs (not for the next two months), tea, baby essentials, tea, one-time fuel for the forever thirsty car at the beginning of the month, tea and... Continue Reading →

Snippet #20 Seasonal Impressions

October. The month that inaugurates an extravaganza of festivals until the new year kicks in. I couldn't help but travel back to my teen epoch to reminisce how my favourite festival engraved its fingerprint on my life. When I was a kid, Diwali was the festival, my brother L and I always looked forward to.... Continue Reading →

Two Things That I Truly Cherish

My driving lessons have come to an end. Which means, no more Blobby tales in our blog hereafter. I returned home a bit earlier than usual because of the sun. Everyone else loved today's yellow mellow pleasant weather. Everyone, except me. The beautiful puddles along the road sides are all gone, leaves have stopped dripping... Continue Reading →

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