The lockdown’s got all of us yearning to get out, explore, dig our feet into the beach sands. Here’s a throwback to one of the most surreal trips I had the pleasure of going on in 2019.
When was the last time you stood on a cliff with nothing but peaceful silence filling your being? When was the last time you took a breath so deep you felt it coursing through your body, awakening you, slowing you down from the loud thoughts that consume you? When was the last time you stoodContinue reading “When was the last time?”
I know there will be a normalMay be not the normal we knew –But a normal nevertheless.When we get to appreciate The cool spring breezeon our unmasked faces.When we get to heartily hug our loved ones.When streets and heartsare filled alike.When we still cautiously wash our hands.When we all go to admire the tulips andContinue reading “The new normal”
Like I said in my post about free things to do in NYC, there’s a ton of stuff you can do in New York that might break your bank a teeny tiny bit! However, that doesn’t mean these aren’t fun experiences. Think of NYC and comes to mind is the big buildings, bagels and coffeeContinue reading “Paid attractions to visit in New York City”
Here’s a list of all the free / dirt cheap things for you to experience the bustling city of New York!
Here’s my experience with the menstrual cup, how to use it, pros and cons, and why you should use the menstrual cup too.
Here’s an itinerary for you if you have just one day in San Francisco, California.
Us west-coasters never much enjoy long, tiring flights to the east coast, albeit to make a visit to the majestic Big Apple. New York city is so vast and filled with such wonderful spots to be able to fit into a month-long visit, let alone a day or two. But, if you’re like me andContinue reading “5 things to do in New York City in one day”
Originally posted on CHAIVANISM:
? It’s time for the guest post again! And guess who graciously offered to pen another interesting tea tale? None other than my dear friend and fellow chaivanist, Roshni. Couple weeks ago, I got a text from her and we had our monthly catch up session. From cute puppies in her…
Ever since I moved to the US, I’ve taken it upon myself to travel more and experience more new places. The different seasons adding new charm to known places and bringing more adventure to newer ones never ceases to fascinate me. Growing up in Chennai, I’ve only experienced the hottest of weathers except for thoseContinue reading “My travel guide to the Grand Canyon”