Until I write again, cherish your traditions, cook good food, create new memories, and continue staying safe through the current worldwide surge! Continue reading Keeping Traditions Alive through the Love for Food…
Until there comes a day when people stop taking advantage of others, especially in the name of health, let’s at least try to consciously do good, stay happy, healthy, and safe as we enter year number three of the Covid rampage. Continue reading Covid Tests, Masks, Travel Restrictions… Is This Our New Normal?
Have you been feeling low, unproductive, and hopelessly dejected? You’re not alone. You may have Imposter Syndrome!!! Continue reading Let’s All Blame the Imposter Syndrome!
Here’s to a Very Merry Christmas and Joyful Holiday Season!!! Continue reading Looking Back at the Year That Was…2020
As we try to come to terms with different losses that we have faced, let’s try our best to enjoy the little joyful moments that life puts forth and look forward to a beautiful and peaceful 2021. Continue reading A Week of Losses Ends with Some Much-Needed Positivity
If you ask me what has been one of the biggest challenges I have faced during the past nine months, I would immediately say it has been to decide what to cook everyday. Continue reading What to Cook for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner?
Do you have a tip for reducing screen time? Feel free to share it in the comments below for all to benefit. Here’s to finding new ways to spend our time doing meaningful activities and giving our eyes some much needed repose from screens of all sizes. Continue reading Has Your Screen Time Gone Up or Down During the Pandemic?
Seven months into this global pandemic, I am trying to stay sane and healthy with my walks and smiles…waiting for the day when I can hug again. What has helped you stay sane through the pandemic? Continue reading Trying to Stay Sane in These Insane Times
It is sad that we waited 15 years and for a pandemic to reconnect, but like I said earlier, there are some definite positives that we can take away from this whole experience. Continue reading Did We Need a Pandemic to Reconnect?