insecurity ˌɪnsɪˈkjɔːrɪti,ˌɪnsɪˈkjʊərɪti/ noun plural noun: insecurities uncertainty or anxiety about oneself; lack of confidence. Are we all well versed with this definition? You could look it up in the dusty dictionary of yours lying on the English bookshelf at your home and yet that would not help you in escaping the net of troubles you … Continue reading Insecurities are poison and you are committing suicide
What is OBOR? Well, simply put it stands for One Belt, One Road. It is more of a unilateral national initiative by China which other countries are not obligated to buy into. OBOR is a setting up of trade route wherein lesser trade barriers, more open economy and freer trade is allowed. China and Pakistan … Continue reading OBOR and India
Does Heineken sell beer? Well, until now it did but its selling perspectives. If you have not yet seen the ad which is reaching millions of people, I recommend you to watch it as soon as possible. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wYXw4K0A3g This ad defies all politically incorrect statements and brings out a fresh perspective. Can two strangers, who … Continue reading Heineken – Creative beer company
Before I jump to answering that question let us first address what failing is? Failing is not the same as losing. Losing is when you are competing with someone else, it could be to someone known or someone unknown. However, failing is a lot more personal. It is the recurring loss against our own expectations. … Continue reading Is failing okay?
To begin with, no matter whether we are psychopaths or dysfunctional aliens, our heart pumps and our mind processes feelings and emotions. Neither of us processes such information in quite the same way. There are different ways each of us reacts to such a situation and overcoming that reaction is what is difficult. For some, … Continue reading Why “moving on” requires hard work!
Flawed was a book suggested by a friend of mine and she actually loved the book. Now first things first, YA Fiction is half genre and a half reading age. YA stands for a Young Adult which indicates the age range this book is advised for. YA usually categorises and provides for individuals in the … Continue reading Book Review 2: Flawed by Cecelia Ahern
When I visited Delhi for vacations, I happened to have the opportunity to attend an amazing workshop at the OddBird Theatre. This Theatre is in Chattarpur located at a secluded place and yet has thrived and is beautiful. The workshop was conducted by Story Pirates. To tell you all a little about them, Story Pirates … Continue reading A Pirated Tale: Story pirates at Oddbird theatre
Well, when I was thinking about diversifying my blog posts I thought let me include food blogs as well. Hornbill is a cute, tiny restaurant located in Safdurjang, New Delhi. It has dim low-key interiors with a sepia theme inspired wall decor. Some pictures on the wall are originally from Nagaland which is the spirit … Continue reading FoodPorn: Hornbill
The in-season berry which is making headlines in Mumbai is strawberry. To celebrate the much-acclaimed love, there was a strawberry fest in Mumbai on the 4th of March at corona garden near bungalow 9. My friends and I decided to visit the strawberry fest and turns out that we had expectations which were a little … Continue reading Strawberry Fest: Jammed or Pickled?
Tune Out is Mumbai based startup which is unconventionally breaking all the conventional ground rules of running a startup. Initially, it started off just as an idea wherein two roommates Shagufta Khan and Poorvaja Sundar blogged about their travel experiences to unknown and not so mainstream locations and geographical pins. However, they have grown to … Continue reading The unconventional startup: Tune Out