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Writing this like a letter, feels very nice. It is as though I am pulling up a chair, sitting down in front of you and having a chat with you. I read all your comments in my last two posts, and I have replied too! I think that is the nice part about blogging--that we can connect one-on-one, through our words.
Today, I went out with my daughter, and we had an amazing time.When she and I go out, I always drive my car and she plays her choice of music. It's a girls trip, and we cherish this time that we spend together. (you can see stories of our day on my Instagram handle)
I come from a family and background, where women never worked or drove a car. My mother has never worked, neither had my grandmother nor had my great-grandmother. None of my aunts-- either on my m…
The one thing I dislike very much is clutter. Clutter bothers me, and messes with my mind. I am a huge fan of the Konmari method. If you do not know what that is, and you want to get rid of clutter in your life, do read Marie Kondo's Life Changing Magic of Tidying. I highly recommend it.
Here's what I did today.
Neat, isn't it?
It isn't hard at all. I made it myself. This is how I did it.
Step 1: Find a suitable box. I used an amazon box.
Step 2: Make a neat slit in the side.
Step 3: Place your extenion plug inside the box, and take out the wires through the slit.
Step 4: Decorate the box! I used washi tape for the edges to make them neat.
And oh--I also made extra hole for the phone charger wires to come out.
Since that side is against the wall, I didn't bother to decorate it, as it is hidden.
Hi all, This is my first post for my blog marathon
that starts today. Many of you, wait for my blog marathons, and have written to
me telling me how you like to start your day with my posts. I feel happy to be
connected to you, and become a part of your daily lives! Thank you for the
privilege. I am typing this from the skies—from 35,000
feet above sea level. I shall post this later today, when I get a wifi
connection.I left home at 6.45 am this
morning and I am headed to Delhi for the times lit fest which is taking place
at India Habitat Centre. The other authors in my panel are Ravinder Singh (who
is also a friend), Andaleeb Wajid and Seema Anand. The great thing about
litfests for authors is that we get to meet our fellow authors.But for events like these, we would be
cocooned in our solitary writing wells.
Travel is exhausting. I had just got back
from a wonderful session at Kolkata. From Kolkata, I had flown directly to
Kochi, where I was the chief guest at the inauguration ofa boo…