Another day gone by and I wake up with my heart aching. I thought it was getting better but it’s not. I’m here, yet my heart is somewhere else. And it’s not as easy as just following it. I can’t leave and I can’t really explain why in sensical terms, especially to those who are people of science and not of God. I can be quite illogical. Continue reading “How Do You Follow Your Heart When You Can’t?”→
This blog used to be quite personal, telling you about every single adventure (the bad and the good) of our lives in India, then our move back to the US, all the challenges and changes we faced, and even our personal love story.
I’ve become a bit distant showering you with photos of my travels recent and past and not enough Mani and our lives. Although I do give you a tiny glimpse of my life with my weekly small pleasures blog event.
I am not one for sitting down and writing down my New Year Resolutions or even thinking about them. If I ever did make some as a teenager, I don’t remember ever achieving them. I gave up long time ago, mostly because I don’t care that much. I’m pretty okay with how I have and am living my life.
I write but I don’t consider myself a writer if that makes sense. I often get pleasantly surprised when every now and then people compliment my writing specifically. I have no idea what my style is, I simply write. Subjects vary a lot, and I think my style varies too depending on the piece. Sometimes I like to do a little research about what I’m writing about and sometimes I do none at all. Continue reading “My Writing Process”→
Apparently as humans, we were never meant to be constantly comfortable, because our cavemen ancestors really weren’t.
According to Dennis Corsi’s post, comfort is overrated and the statements above are true. He says that in comfort there is no sense of adventure or living life at its fullest. I’m not completely sure if I agree with any of the above, but it made me think.