Yes, I am 33 years old and i talk to my mom almost every day. Sometimes thrice a day. At … More
As the day closes in on 5 years of married life, as with everything, i look back at this milestone … More
Spending less time on social media allows us to read more books. Especially when one has existential questions about life. … More
Times of crises call for stock-taking. Not just of resources, but also of societal norms, structures and values. When acute … More
The past 3 months is playing a game of contradictions with us. We are caged, yet set free. Crowded by … More
I want to honestly admit that I am generally someone who tends to politically overcorrect, be overly diplomatic, try to … More
The past 60+ days have given us time and distance to contemplate. About key questions that we often forget to … More
It’s been 2 months in lockdown. Each passing day acutely reminds of the world that we used to live in. And all the things we can’t do in lockdown. But fortunately there are still things we can do.
I started listening to podcasts almost a decade ago on the first generation iPhone. I was always curious to see … More
It was on 30th Jan 2020 that the Corona-virus first appeared into my mainstream consciousness. A routine thursday morning walk … More
We live in strange times to say the least. But too much time on hand, opens up much time allocation … More
It was a few years back when i discovered a ted talk by John Koenig who compiles a dictionary of … More
As we grow older and attempt to adult ourselves, we come to appreciate, at least a fraction of the apprehensions, … More
And why humans are doomed 😦
I love doodling on Sticky Notes. And i love listening to podcasts. So i decided to merge the two. Writing … More
One of the biggest shifts in mindsets while/after getting an MBA was to inculcate an insatiable thirst to learn everything … More
Last week, I completed 2 years at Cengage Learning, a disruptive Ed-Tech company and the third largest digital courseware and … More
Much has been said about relationships between girls. Girls are high-drama. Girls don’t/can’t get along. Girls gossip (about other girls). … More
People often ask me why i put myself thorough the trouble of visiting US national parks every free weekend i … More
While the love a parent has for a child is often termed as unconditional, the love a grand-parent showers can … More
What can you do with an open afternoon before flying back from Las Vegas? Especially on the last day of … More
Disclaimer: Before i get trolled for being ageist, the list is obviously relevant for any age. However, in hindsight, i wish … More
Increasingly, as our ‘experience score’ translates to our travel capital, and each new fantastical/epic/unreal/awesome click on our feed makes us feel in-adequate, uneasy and restless all at once, a nagging question dangles at the back of my mind.
Is Instagram (And Social Media) killing the joy of travel and destroying the very places we visit; and more importantly is the solution to stop traveling entirely?
Growing up, we all wanted to get away from our mundane homes on solid ground zero. But where did we … More
Biscayne National Park is best described as a watery wonderland! Protecting a rare combination of aquamarine waters, emerald islands, and fish-bejeweled coral reefs, Biscayne takes your breath away. 13 of 59.
For those not familiar, ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ (loosely translated to ‘you won’t get this life again’) is an Indian blockbuster … More
A photo-journal through Death Valley National Park; because words alone can’t do justice. 12 of 59 US National Parks.
Smoky mountains National park — 11 of 59
The Everglades — Here are no lofty peaks seeking the sky, no mighty glaciers or rushing streams wearing away the uplifted land. Here is land, tranquil in its quiet beauty, serving not as the source of water, but as the last receiver of it. 10 of 59.
Alien, bizarre, and strange are all words one will associate with Bryce Canyon National Park. Hoodoos, as these amazing geological … More