To Snack or Not to Snack

Binge eating and snacking are considered to be two major evils which make us tip on to the wrong side of the scale. Scores of health fitness tips include not snacking and plenty others on snacking just healthy homemade alternatives, but in reality the list gets boring pretty fast. After the initial few weeks when…… Continue reading To Snack or Not to Snack

The Scale tale: My Journey towards a Healthier Living

Hypertension at a young age is a serious health risk affecting a quarter of the global population. Strict weight loss regimens failed for the self confessed foodie and heightened body negative issues. 2020 global pandemic brought a silver lining helping in a more comfortable weight loss and taking a right step towards health and wellness…… Continue reading The Scale tale: My Journey towards a Healthier Living

Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Powerful Narrative of Angie Thomas

February is celebrated as the Black History Month in the United States. Also referred to as the African-American month, it commemorates and celebrates the African diaspora. On this month I am sharing my thoughts on a recently read novel, The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas. It is not just a masterpiece in the African…… Continue reading Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Powerful Narrative of Angie Thomas

Sharma Ji ka Beta Syndrome: Decoding Healthy Competition

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Indian parents have one great ambition in life- comparing their children with their neighbor’s kid. Whilst we are in a rat race in today’s fast paced world yet the seeds of jealousy between classmates or siblings are often unknowingly sowed by the overachieving parents of the gullible child. Healthy competition can shape the child’s life…… Continue reading Sharma Ji ka Beta Syndrome: Decoding Healthy Competition

Humanising Women: An honest review of Tribhanga

Tribhanga is the heartwarming tale encompassing three generation of women who are both sinners and saints. Renuka Shahane in in her mostly brilliant but slightly tedhe medhe directorial debut unfolds the poignant tale of mother and daughter capturing women’s emotions with a great finesse and showing the hefty prices they pay for the choices they…… Continue reading Humanising Women: An honest review of Tribhanga

BROS BEFORE HOES- Is It A Mere Celebration Of Friendship?

Male friendships have always been celebrated whether in literature or in films. Who can forget the iconic duo of Jai-Veeru in Sholay singing, “Ye dosti hum nahi torenge” and pledging to die for one another. Surely friendships are a beautiful bond but the very common phrase Bros before Hoes, does it celebrate male bonding and…… Continue reading BROS BEFORE HOES- Is It A Mere Celebration Of Friendship?