Confused (adjective) When you find yourself in a state where you can't tell if the food you have cooked (read: fried) is burnt or fried to perfection (almost!). I hope this one brought a smile to your face. This is day #10 of the lockdown here in India. I'm safe in the confines of my … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: C is for Confused
Binge-watching (noun) A favourite pastime of most millennials; Watching all the seasons of your favourite series back to back (all thanks to Netflix/Prime video/Hotstar/YouTube and an unlimited WiFi connection) and the one of the things that's saving my sanity during the lockdown. This is day #9 of the lockdown here in India. I'm safe in … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: B is for Binge-watching
Autocorrect (noun) The not-so-magical know-it-all genie that traps you in embarrassing situations, especially when you are least expecting it. This is day #8 of the lockdown here in India. I'm safe in the confines of my comfortable house. Wherever you are, I hope you are safe and well. Take care. I'm also linking this post … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: A is for Autocorrect (My 300th post! Yay!)
It's day 7 of the #lockdown in India, announced rather hastily in the wake of the coronavirus. The public has divided opinion about the lockdown, but I, for one, am all for it. In a country like India, if the virus is given free rein and provided with all the opportunity to spread, the result … Continue reading Donate, if you can. Every Rupee Counts!
March is about to end. And the #A2ZChallenge will kick-off in a day! The #A2ZChallenge is all about writing a blog post every day (except Sundays) for each letter of the alphabet, all through April. 26 posts in all - one for each letter. I have participated and successfully completed the challenge in 2017 and … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge 2020 – Theme Reveal #BlogChatterA2Z