Mid-Year Blog Review – 2021

I can’t believe that the first half of another year is over! Time has lost its relevance since March’2020. Half of this first half – I spent in a creative dry spell owing to my poor mental health. But I wanted to share some ups and downs of my blogging journey this year – hoping…

Sustainable Living| My Experience With Sustainable Shampoo & Conditioner

If you’ve been following me for a bit, you’ll know that I am working towards leading a more sustainable lifestyle. (If you’re new – checkout my other experiences here.) Since most of the cosmetic and FMCG brands are yet to move to more sustainable packaging – we continuously keep adding to our plastic waste everytime…

Review | The Last Queen By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

This month started off with travel and a lot of work. I’ve only managed to read one book so for – The Last Queen by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. If you haven’t read Chitra’s books – I highly recommend getting your hands on The Forest of Enchantments and The Palace of Illusions. Both the books are…

Review| Firefly Lane on Netflix

I used to LOVE Katherine Heigl. At the height of her career, she had some pretty memorable rom-coms and TV shows to her credit. At some point she completely disappeared and I often wondered where and why. Seeing her again in a TV show had me pretty excited – so I spent 3-4 days and…

Book Review| The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

I can’t think of a suitable opening line to review this astounding piece of art that is the book ‘The Song of Achilles’. I am in LOVE – with the book, the story, the narration, the plot line – all of it! I haven’t been the biggest fan of mythology for most of my life…

January 2021 Reads

The first month of the year saw me get through a few books. I usually target 2 books a month but despite being extremely busy this month I managed to read 4 books. When I say read I mean I read 2 books and listened to 2 on audibles (that counts, right?). Though I’m still…

5 Underrated Books That I Absolutely Loved

A lot of books have impacted me throughout my life – some famous, some infamous and some lost in the folds of time. These are books from across genres that moved me or thrilled me beyond my imagination. These aren’t unknown books (since the authors are known ones) but in my opinion they deserved a…

2020 Look Back On The Year That Was

JANUARY The year kicked off with hope – too much hope actually! I wrote this post in January with little knowledge of how all our lives are going to get derailed thanks to a flying beast in an oriental country (I know this hasn’t been proved). But January started with so much of hope and…

Review| “The Middle” on Amazon Prime Video

If you’ve read my feel good show recommendations – you would already know how much I love this show. After posting my recommendations, I realised that a lot of people hadn’t watched or even heard of this sitcom. So I thought I’d do a review of the show for all the people thinking about watching…

8| Review | “Good Girls” on Netflix

Good Girls is a three season show available on Netflix. After binge watching “Indian Matchmaking” (EYEROLL), I started watching this show after seeing the great reviews it had online. The show stars Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman & Retta as three middle aged mothers looking to make money as easily as possible. STORY: Beth, Annie and…