Wake Up Sid!

Have you ever loved something so much, or experienced something so perfect, that you’ve felt it was designed just for you? 

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Wake up Sid! The movie! It is so perfect. It is as simple as it coild be. It has no action, no suspense or it is not a thriller movie, it is neither a comedy nor a tragedy. It is a story about relationships. It is  about our equation with our parents, our friends, our studies, our crush. It is about the small things that make up our life. Continue reading

A wife is already a mother!

A girlfriend may not be, but a wife is definitely.

I remember my friend who is married, telling me – “After you get married, you have to do everything that your mom does in your house.”

I totally agree with her.


We wives have to look after the food that is cooked, keep cloths clean and ready for tomorrow, keep house clean and maintained. And most important of all is the health of entire family. If my husband catches even cold it makes me so worried. I can’t see him in that pity situation. I feel responsible for his ill-health and want to do everything that i can to make him better. And this reminds me of my friends with kids and also my mom and my aunties and my eldest cousin with 2 daughters who would not sleep whole night some times, when their kids are not well. (I don’t even have a kid yet!)
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10 Ways to have better conversation by Celeste Headlee on TED Talks

How to talk and how to listen –

Today I am going to meet some new people and honestly, I am bit scared about how things are going to turn out and how I am going to converse with them. So I decided to browse through internet to get some tips on how to converse with people.

I found a very interesting video on Ted talks that I am sharing.

Celeste Headlee has shared 10 points on ‘How to talk and listen to people’. According to her, if we master even 1 out of these 10 points, we can have great conversation with people.

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Last week we visited Rotterdam. We traveled by intercity and I was surprised to see double decker train! Yeah! It really gave me a feel of being outside India, being somewhere in a dream land 🙂  And what followed confirmed it!

Rotterdam city is built in 70s. It was completely destroyed during World War II. Architect took it as an opportunity and have built wonderful buildings all over. So not just a particular tourist place, but entire city is worth watching. My hubby and I mostly went walking everywhere, enjoying the unique architecture.

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