Category Archives: growing up

Healing – a day at a time

There is a lot I want to write about Spiti, about living in apartment society and much else. But haven’t been able to find time. But this one, I really want to put down for posterity. Today, for the first … Continue reading

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On sensitivity

It’s amazing to finally figure out the whys and how’s of the sum total of my reactions. From getting affected by Kargil and much else that was happening around me in the 90s, enough to write the most amazing personal … Continue reading

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Almost there

I never thought of myself as the kind of person who’d buy homes and such. I am young, I am free, I am constantly raring to uproot and find something new. Apart from marriage (which freed me in ways I … Continue reading

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2017, you were badass!

For someone who writes for a living now, I sure haven’t done much documenting this last year. So many, many reasons for it. I will start with the first one. For the first time ever, I have had a truly … Continue reading

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That thing I rarely talk about now

In just five days, R and I will complete a whole eight years of marriage. Eight days into a month that we are going to mostly spend apart. EIGHT. YEARS. It has been a recurring theme in my mind of … Continue reading

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What is happening to me!?

Picture this – I work from home, without colleagues. R works from office, clocking in 12-13 hours a day (hell yeah, he is clearly changing the world). When he does get home, there is a lot of conversation, some comfortable silences, and … Continue reading

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On minimalism

I just finished watching this documentary called Minimalism. And I loved how it put into words all my random, incoherent thoughts on living light, my uneasiness with unconscious consumption and spending that I kept dismissing as some sort of mid life crisis. … Continue reading

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