My Rating : 2.5 stars Book & Author : Commonwealth/ Ann Patchett Genre : Fiction/Drama I know this is a New York Times bestseller and I haven't read any other books by Ann Patchett yet and that this was recommended on a couple of the book clubs I'm a member of - but I was … Continue reading May book review – Commonwealth by Ann Patchett
Finally, I have been able to visit a new place after a long hiatus and get to write about it in my travelogue series 🙂 I have added a new flavor to these for the travels I get to do with my baby/daughter, because I think it is both challenging and amazing to get to … Continue reading Travel with baby- A day trip to Southwold beach, Suffolk, UK
I know, it has been ages since I've written a blog, and there is no wondering why- the reason is simple- I have fallen behind because I'm still trying to cope up with all the unfortunate events that have happened since the last one month and I'm praying with each passing day that we settle … Continue reading From India to UK with a 1 year old- a series of unfortunate events, and not the lemony snickets one 😀
I have a very expressive, intelligent and emotional baby, who will soon be a year old and this is when we decided we should not give a damn about anything and just go ahead with moving continents for work and travel with baby in tow because- A) everyone says babies are resilient and they adjust … Continue reading Top 5 things I learnt from my first long haul flight travel with my year old baby
My Rating: 3.5 Stars Book & Author: You'll Grow Out of It by Jessi Klein Genre: Humor/Non Fiction Firstly, can I start with the fact that I found out a way to overcome my motion sickness for reading and due to that I was able to utilise earlier boring stuck-in-traffic time to read this very amusing … Continue reading April Book Review #1 – You’ll Grow Out Of It by Jessi Klein
My Rating: 4 Stars Book/Comic & Author: Adulthood is a myth by Sarah Anderson Genre: Comic Sometimes you just need to read a comic and count that as a book that you've read..haha! Basically, sometimes you have to cheat to keep up with your reading goals in a month when there are too many things on … Continue reading March Book/Comic Review #1 – Adulthood is a myth by Sarah Anderson
Last Sunday I went to watch Beauty and the Beast. By myself. At the theatre. I loved it. I'm also not going to say that I'm a new mom and this was the only way I could get some me-time because I have been doing this since even before I became a mom, even before … Continue reading Just musings series #4 – Have you ever considered doing things alone?
Last week was one of those difficult weeks as a new mom who has also started work and has been put in a big new project at work. Everything that could go wrong or make things tough happened- I had work related deliverables to finish by the end of the week, my baby fell ill … Continue reading Just musings series #3 – When the going gets tough, what do you do?
Yes, I know, it's March and you're wondering, why has she titled this as a Feb book review? Well, actually, this book was a part of my February book club destination challenge- Paris, and with everything going on this month- a new project at work, baby duties and having guests over at home, I wasn't … Continue reading Feb Book Review #2 – My Life in France by Julia Child & Alex Prud’homme
Last Sunday my 9 month old daughter didn't go to nap at her usual time in the morning , so I thought, I'll take her downstairs to the park and put her in the swing for sometime. Little did I know that what sounded like an errand in my head to begin with, would end … Continue reading Just musings series #2 -The art of savouring now 😊