Showing posts from October, 2018

Happy Diwali 2018

Diwali is just right around the corner hence every afternoon I see a rainfall at window as most of the Indian homes go on their annual clean-my-house-episode during this time and hence most of thet prefer washing their windows before they set up the lights and the lanterns.
You can read more about such small and largeDiwali Traditions Here
For me, Diwali is still about lots of beautiful house decor and lot, lots of diyas in the house. Not to mention the #desifashiondays where pull out my vibrant sarees and make my hubby "The Instagram Husband" :) I do not burst crackers and after becoming a mother hate them all the more.
Though I admit after becoming a mother I have also cut down on the diyas in the house just out of fright of my toddler getting attracted to them like Firefly. Decoration has gone minimal because I can imagine my little torpedo wrecking them up and in turn hurting thy self. Yet I still do some decor to lighten a corner of the house up so as to make it feel f…

My Lifestyle Motives!?

We are almost to the end of October 2018 and within a flash, the year will also change to a new beginning. But why do we require an end and a start time frame to achieve a rhythm? We get into the banter of resolutions and then start smashing it out of schedules. Resolutions stopped working for me because it implies a routine restriction or addition which may or may not be achievable due to a variety of human excuses.

At the start of the year, we decide to start with a brand new slate but by the middle of the week, the slate is scribbled with chaos. I am no exception. During my twenties, I have done the whole resolution shebang but those were the years where I was focused on education and career building activities and it worked then. But now in my thirties, things are different.
Also, I believe that
Resolutions are born out of Regrets.
Yes, for example, you regret not paying attention to your health hence you decide to go hit the gym next year or you regret splurging too much in this…