I grew up in a close-knit family having sports enthusiasts as parents. Every weekend, the TV set would be fixed on the sports channels to catch a piece of the weekly sporting events from around the globe. The most hilarious part of this was my parents’ comical banter and arguments about the matches or … More My Trip To Spain in 2009- Real Madrid
Christmas was far from cheerful for me. Right before Christmas, on Sunday, December 21st, I was out shopping with my mom prepping for my upcoming trip to East London to spend quality time with my boyfriend and his family. My mom has a history of cardiac issues, her worst incident was four years ago, when … More Mom’s Cardiac Arrest
As the year comes to an end, some self-reflection was necessary. Here’s a quick summary of some of the main lessons that I’ve learnt this year: -You should not let your past dictate your present or future. Live in the moment, don’t dwell on the skeletons from your past. It happened, you can’t change it, … More Lessons Learnt In 2014
I’ve spent the last few months quietly observing human behaviour. This can occur on social media, where people find it easier to be more daring behind their phone screens, or face-to-face scenarios, where people slowly but surely drop their masks, only to reveal their true selves. Most people who know me would likely define me … More Don’t Be Bitter, Get Better!
“I remember the year you were born, it was in 1987. That’s when your father went through a very bad phase. I remember you because you were the only infant whose dad was in AA. We called you the AA baby.” No one will ever know how I still cry, but this time, each tear … More The AA Baby
I have not written in a while due to a sad case of writer’s block. However, I feel the need to chip in regarding the rather untimely and tragic death of quite a remarkable soul, Robin Williams. The reports are flooded with stories about his generosity, willingness and eagerness to ‘pay it forward’, simply because … More The Monster known as Depression- RIP Robin Williams