If you are following me on Instagram, you would know that i often talk about my personal journey towards reducing use of plastic in my daily household life. Although, I am no where near to my goal at this point but i feel it is important to share the initial steps of my journey with you all. P.S: It’s much more difficult than it sounds but quite easier to do than it looks like! 😊 Even after taking a lot a few different measures for reducing plastic waste on a regular basis, we still find a lot of plastic just lying around our house, mostly because every single thing in this world is either made up of plastic or wrapped in…

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One of the most important relationships in our life is the one we have with “ourself” and believe it or not, some people struggle with it almost all their lives, trying to find the right answers. I have struggled with it enough to talk about it today and trust me when i say this, that everything i am going to share in this post is tried & tested! I really hope you will find some ideas to work on for restoring the happiness in your life, just like i did! 😊 How often do we nourish the relationship we have with ourselves? How often do we make ourself, or our own happiness, a priority? We spend a lot of time giving.…

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đŸŒ» đŸŒ» đŸŒ»  “despite knowing they won’t be here for long they still choose to live their brightest lives – sunflowers”  ― Rupi Kaur, The Sun and Her Flowers   Have you ever longed for something in life so badly that out of no where, it finally happens and you have no clue how? Since last few months i have had a strong desire for visiting sunflower fields. The idea of it and constantly bumping into pictures of it on social media made it so strong in my heart that i constantly imagined myself running wild in the fields. As a flower child (a young person, especially a hippie, rejecting conventional society and wore flowers as symbols of peace and love.), sunflowers in particular, this is something I’ve been really looking…

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Wearing all things handcrafted: Cotton/ Crop top blouse from: Jaypore Saree: Nani’s closet Tribal Hasli necklace: Bombay Bead   My grandmother’s (nani’s) closet has been a constant source of inspiration when it comes to handloom. Her collection offers sarees dating back to almost 20-30 years or may be later 🙂 (I am yet to explore that). I remember her indulging in beautiful silk sarees, with hues of pinks and blues being her favorites. Later drifted slowly towards easy-breezy chiffons for being light weight and easy to drape according to her age. Recently, i had this amazing opportunity to peek inside her closet, mesmerized and in awe of colorful & lightly hanged chiffons (mostly florals) i stood there gazing in admiration.…

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  When i started my journey as a blogger and a storyteller, my idea was to whole heartedly share my personal experiences & stories with the surrounding world. Moving to a whole new country amongst unknown faces and starting a new life with very little help and no family around had a handful of experiences and sufferings attached to it and that was supposed to be the highlight of my blog. At that time, i really didn’t know what i was signing up for as a blogger. The passion behind narrating real life anecdotes as a secret voice with those who can understand and relate has become so much more than what i had imagined in the beginning. I have met…

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