Recovery

So I was living my life normally and started doing some functional training in the month of December (hard-core workouts targeting the core muscles that include crazy-ass cardio, step-ups, weigh-training and kettle-bell lifting along with a lot of burpees and hopping and stuff like that.) So even though I was doing it under the guidanceContinue reading “Recovery”

Getting Back In The Groove

Finally, after almost 1 and a half years, since Eva’s arrival and the start of my health issues (both unrelated, of course), I am feeling like myself again. After such a long break, I have also started re-working on my 2nd novel, Sinister Town, with the kind of energy I always seemed to have before thingsContinue reading “Getting Back In The Groove”

Max Is Coming Back Home

Okay… so let me start from the beginning… We got 40 days old Max home on 10th April 2019 and everything was going great until, after exactly 13 days, Vishal rescued Whisky, a 10-15 day old kitten that V found outside a bakery on the side of the road while getting some pastries. Because WhiskyContinue reading “Max Is Coming Back Home”

The First Furry Bud – Eva

I’d been MIA from last year so much that a lot of people have started thinking that I have stopped blogging altogether. That is not true! I love this blog and this is the main one I have so I am never going to stop posting here, no matter what. Now that we have that outContinue reading “The First Furry Bud – Eva”

The Ticking Clock

Lately, I’ve developed this (somewhat weird) obsession with keeping track of the time all the time… All. The. TIME. And the weird part (even more so) is that it started out of nowhere! I’d always been mildly time-conscious and have had an obsession about doing things on time, but never did I obsess over eachContinue reading “The Ticking Clock”

Speak Up #domesticviolenceawareness

As a child of a functioning alcoholic, I have seen domestic violence at very close quarters. Though not a direct victim myself, my father loved me too much, I do know how it is as my mother was always on the receiving end. Having stayed up most of the nights with my mother, standing betweenContinue reading “Speak Up #domesticviolenceawareness”

Happy 71st Independence Day!

Happy 71st Independence Day to all my Indian brothers and sisters. Today is the day of pride for our nation and on this beautiful and honourable day, I am happy to share with you all something about India’s Independence Day: Independence Day is annually observed on 15 August, as a national holiday in India commemoratingContinue reading “Happy 71st Independence Day!”

Quick Updates – #amwriting

I had planned for 2 short stories and 1 article on Writing to post in through April and May, but unfortunately, things got in the way (as they usually do) and I completely forgot about the drafts (some half-baked some ready to go up) sitting patiently on my dashboard. I thought I’ll get back toContinue reading “Quick Updates – #amwriting”

How I Started Writing

In the last six years of my writing career (as of 2019 end) I’ve been asked this questions now and again so I thought that I’ll write up a post on it as I am better at writing than verbally explaining my feelings and thoughts. It always irks me whenever someone, generally an old friendContinue reading “How I Started Writing”

Some Interesting Updates (Reasons for why you saw less of me lately in the blogosphere!)

Hello everyone! It’s been quite some time since I last visited most of your blogs and you probably didn’t even notice till NOW (psssst!) but well, I’m here to remind you… 🙂 Lately I’ve been getting a lot of mails regarding content-writing (which I’ve got myself involved into from January 2015) and also for reviewing aContinue reading “Some Interesting Updates (Reasons for why you saw less of me lately in the blogosphere!)”

Being Unconventional

Life is too short to worry about each and everything that we do. Sometimes it’s liberating to ditch what people think is the correct way to live… Being unconventional makes you feel free, well atleast it makes me feel free! Being an Indian one might think that I’m totally surrounded by orthodox people, but that’sContinue reading “Being Unconventional”