Full Body Workout At Home – No Equipment

Amidst the outbreak of Corona Virus and the immediate shut down of public facilities including gyms, offices, etc. we're moving to a very dormant, 'work-from-home' lifestyle. Nobody knows how long it'll last. Hence, it is important to make sure you get your daily workout fix at home and stay in shape. The best part is, anyone... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter

Insecurities - Overthinking - Validation - Self Respect - Mental Peace - Love - Happiness. Some very big words these, big enough to literally control huge chapters in our lives and yet, so easily and critically connected to each other like a series of dominos. Take care of one of these aspects in your life... Continue Reading →

Raavan : Enemy Of Aryavarta By Amish Tripathi

The third instalment in the Ram Chandra series, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta, follows Raavan’s life, set in 3400 BC. A fierce warrior, brilliant scholar, ruthless businessman, powerful king, artist, musician and statesman all rolled into one, Raavan is known in mythology as the villain who kidnapped Sita, wife of mythical god Ram, in the epic Ramayana. Instead of... Continue Reading →

Gone Girl

To begin with, I made it a point to read the book first before I saw the movie, cause I personally prefer all the very minute details and emotions a book can cover, that a movie never could. It is impossible to cover a 400 page book into a 2 hour movie and not skip... Continue Reading →

Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

The story revolves around a guy (our lead) who goes by a few names ranging from Lindsay/Lin who later gets his Indian name ‘Shantaram’ while on one of his adventures in a village in India. Shantaram is about a man who in one life was a robber/thief and who escapes a maximum security prison in... Continue Reading →

A Reality Check

I was looking forward to seeing you all week, Your presence was all my heart would seek. And as soon as I saw you my heart skipped a beat, “This girl is so special” I just wanted to tweet.   I sat across you and we got talking, Your pleasant presence always so warming. And... Continue Reading →

The Day We Met

I knew the day we met That we were meant to be. I knew our fate was set, That you were the one for me.   I didn't even know you, I only knew your name. I wasn't sure what to do, I didn't know who to blame.   I knew I found you attractive,... Continue Reading →

Workout Myths – Squat Edition

Back squats are unquestionably one of the single most productive exercises that can be performed in the weight room to increase overall strength and power. Together with bench presses and deadlifts, this trio in my opinion are the most effective at gaining overall strength and gaining muscle. There’s no reason there should be blanket cues... Continue Reading →

Still Me By Jojo Moyes

The third Lou Clark novel by Jojo Moyes, following the number one international bestsellers Me Before You and After You. You can read their review here: Me Before You : Me Before You by Jojo Moyes After You : After You By Jojo Moyes About the Book: Lou Clark arrives in New York ready to start a... Continue Reading →

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