If there's one thing you can tell about me from the instant you meet me, it's that I've lived a relatively comfortable life. How? Well, it's all in the twang really. ‘But that doesn't mean anything coz anyone can twang' you say? Well then tell me what happens when that person switches to vernac'? Usually, … Continue reading The Coconut Juice
“Romance is dead” one said boldly; another agreed. This was from conversations I had with some of the people closest to me. They argued that men don’t like women and that it is evident in our actions. They said that all the grand gestures we see are really just for the 'gram. They told me … Continue reading Bad Romance
I’m sitting here with my heart open for the first time in a long time. My psychiatrist is sitting across from me with a flabbergasted look replacing the painted on expression she usually has on to hide the fact that she just came from crying about her cheating husband. In this moment. This rare moment … Continue reading John Doe
I’ve always said that kids are fantastic little creatures when they’re not your own. I say this because I've seen things from the other side of the show-curtain; all the ropes, pulleys, and gears. I’ve seen the stresses parents go through in order to keep their children young. I’ve seen the level of responsibility that … Continue reading What’s in a family?
There are a couple of common misconceptions about procrastinators that have caused great confusion as to what procrastination really means. This flexibility can actually cause more harm than good. The most prominent place that this problem has penetrated is the shared space we call social media. I’ve seen a large number of posts where people … Continue reading Procrastination: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly