On a grey, overcast day, what else would you need but summer skies and glorious sunsets to bring in some light, back into your spirits and dispel the gloom all around? Especially on days when you wake up with a sore throat and fever and that not-so-good feeling about yourself! Continue reading
It happens to be one of those days when I have too much on my plate and nothing seems to be moving at all. I woke up with a sore throat this morning and a slight touch of feverishness. I admit I did fantasise about curling up with a book and reading all day. But, of course, it wasn’t meant to be! Continue reading
Today is Day 4 of the Write Tribe Festival of Words and the prompt today is to Feature a day in your life or someone else’s life. I am writing about a day – a typical weekday, to be precise, in my routine, regimented, humdrum life. Weekends are for relaxing and I break my tight schedule on those two days —taking things as they come! But hey! every day is a new day, and every new learning brings us something good to be thankful about. Let me warn you it is a long read, so read at your own peril, or better still, grab a cup of coffee or tea before you do, so you don’t fall asleep halfway through the post! 😀
Today is Day 2 of the Write Tribe Festival of Words and the theme today is resources that we have/use.
The term ‘resource‘ is a very wide one. Oxford English Dictionary defines it as “a stock or supply of money, materials, staff, and other assets that can be drawn on by a person or organization in order to function effectively.” In my case, the list of resources is a pretty exhaustive list. I am stumped when I’m asked to pick just one or even a handful! Continue reading
We’ve all had days when we wake up in panic. I know I do. There are times when we’ve missed the morning alarm and simply overslept. Or, maybe not slept well in the night, after having a bad dream that kept us wide awake until the wee hours of the morning. Continue reading
I’m participating in the #BarAThon – a blogging Challenge which involves blogging on every alternate day from Jun 17 – Jun 30, 2017. For each of the seven days, bloggers are free to choose either a theme (‘Seven’) or one of the seven prompts based on Book Titles for each day. Going with the theme—I’ve chosen Seven Reasons Why People Write.
Each time someone mentions the word “writer,” we almost always imagine a quirky recluse, hunched over a desk in some cabin, with mounds of crumpled paper strewn about, or, furiously tapping away on a keyboard, tossing one great masterpiece after another, with gusto! Continue reading