10 Minimal and Modern 2018 Calendars | Free Printables.

Can you believe 2018 is already around the corner? New Year. New Calendar it is! New Years are known for the tradition of coming up with resolutions and goals, and being organized and tracking them. A calendar will help you do just the same. Hang it. Clip It or Frame it. You could decorate it will washi tape and highlight […]

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12 Things I’ve Learnt from Books This Year | 2017.

I read a total of 70 Books¬†in 2017. * dances around my room * That’s one new year resolution gone right ūüėÄ Some of them were re-reads of books I loved as a kid, and i can’t express how much happy it made me to revisit those worlds. I have found my solace¬† in fiction and it happens to be […]

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Friday Finds: The Vintage Collector

Welcome to Friday Finds, the post where I pretend my pursuit of¬† endless window shopping¬†actually has a purpose. Today‚Äôs topic? Vintage I happened to stumble upon this unusual collections post a week ago, which really caught my interest so much that i wondered if i could have a potential collection of any sorts. Honestly, I too have a small collection […]

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Poetry: My Favourite Flower

My Favourite Flower \ The Rose. Not Anymore\ Although it was\ The Withered Petals in my journal/were reminders of the inheritance of my loss\ of broken promises and the heartbreak I endured\ While I was stuck in a cycle of moving on\ Constantly consoled\ The loss has been yours\ Sunflowers became my new favourite flower\ Embracing the light\yet mourning in […]

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Postcards from Sunderbans | The Largest Mangrove Forest in the World.

Postcards from Sundrbans, Largest Mangrove Forest in the World

One of my Family Trips that is really special, is the one where we went to The Sunderbans. We stayed in a house boat for three days and two nights. It is one of the most cherished memory i have with my Family, away from the chaos of the city life and into the wild. My mini experience of going […]

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Artist Profile: Ildiko Horvath | Furniture Revamp

If anyone out here, wants some inspiration on revamping their old furniture should definitely make it a point to check out the beautiful master pieces recreated by¬†Ildiko Horvath. Her work mainly focuses on restoring vintage masterpieces into something that fits into our modern decor. I think it’s brilliant to revive our traditional decor and not just replace it with something […]

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Book Review: The Sword of Summer (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard #1) by Rick Riordan

General ¬†Thoughts: Seriously, Why did I never pick up a Rick Riordan book ever before?¬† I am literally kicking myself for that. I need to get to all his books.. like right now…..and there are so many ….I picked this up, because i did not really recover from the Thor: Ragnarok movie i watched a few weeks ago… and OMG […]

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Monthly Reading Wrap Up | November 2017

November was so stressful. Phew ! Even though I did manage to post regularly on the blog and reach my deadlines at work, my reading schedule suffered. I did manage to read New Authors and also finished a couple of series, which is really great <3. However, I was supposed to be reading Non fiction this month which did not […]

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Friday Finds : Embroidery Party.

Friday Finds | Embroidery Party | Fashion

Welcome to Friday Finds, the post where I pretend my pursuit of¬† endless window shopping¬†actually has a purpose. Today‚Äôs topic? Embroidery It all started when I glimpsed over pictures of the lovely embroidery at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2017. Embroidery has been making a comeback, and it’s always a delight to see traditional arts being incorporated in modern trends and […]

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