I am speechless….

Greetings fellow bloggers, today I am going to dive into the ocean of mental illness and explore its stigma infested waters. Kinda sounds like I’m trying to impress my high school English teacher with that descriptive and sarcastic lede, huh? Maybe. If you’re out there Mr. Marshall look at me now! In all seriousness sarcasm […]

via When your mental illness is shared without your permission — The Bipolar Writer

Peace of cake and mind

Depression is deprivation of your soul. Its like the drops of rain falling on dry earth. You feel good when the air around you gets moist as it touches you and console your thirsty soul. You sit quietly and hear the drops falling on the ground and the fragrance of the wet mud rejuvenates you. Have you ever wondered how do you feel during then. Suppose to be happy, but actually I have realised that I am not. It makes me sad and cry. However I do feel good after crying. Sometime back I came through a very good article by Lisa Bennett.  Please find the link below and see how she explains her understanding about how climate change and human behaviour are correlated.

https://grist.org/climate-energy/10-things-you-want-to-know-about-human-nature-if-youre-fighting-climate-change/

https://lisabennett.org/blog/

Paper and Salt

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One of the sobering realizations about marriage is that I now have a roommate for life. And with any roommate comes a critical question: How do we divide up all these chores?

Who does the dishes? Who takes out the trash? Can I eat those leftovers in the fridge? In previous roommate relationships, I tried a variety of strategies: The chore chart (organized, fairly unsuccessful). The  passive-aggressive note (disorganized, very unsuccessful). The ignore-everything-until-absolutely-necessary method (disorganized, but kind of successful if you don’t mind stepping over the piles of trash). 

Clearly I needed a more sustainable strategy with my new roommate-for-life. So I looked to another family-turned-roommate duo: Charlotte and Emily Brontë.

The Brontës grew up in Haworth, a small town on the edge of the Moors. Although they both ventured out on their own on short-lived posts as governesses, they eventually both returned to become housemates again. While…

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Charlotte & Emily Brontë: Apple Cake

Kangra Tea

I hail from Kangra, Himachal Pradesh and it is a city very well known for its tea gardens. You can find both black and green tea here. Once I travelled to Palampur another city nearby and planned to try the fresh packed green tea.  It is one of the most flavoured tea one can ever think of. This product is exported to most part of the world.

You can also check this link for finding a good variety of tea in India.     https://in.teabox.com/