Mia is my one and half year old, beagle mix rescue puppy. She is currently the love of my life and the center of my attention. Those of you who know me well and follow me on Instagram must’ve figured out how obsessed I am with her and how I cannot seem to stop myself from clicking
These are tumultuous times but that doesn’t keep me from illustrating the beautiful things in life that our brain tends to categorize as mundane. It’s time to look at everyday life with a new eye. It’s time to unmundane! Everybody should, at least once in their lifetime indulge in a bit of gardening. The kind of happiness
I started 2018 with the resolution to read as many books are possible. Usually, all my new year resolutions go down the drain in two-three weeks. But, surprisingly, this one has been on track and god no! I am not forcing it. It has been a fabulous journey so far and I find myself reading
Yea, Periods. I said it. Why don’t we call periods or menstruation by its name? Why do we need a code word to describe a phenomenon that is natural. Why should women use euphemisms to describe their biology? Menstruation stigma is a form of misogyny. Negative taboos condition us to understand menstrual function as something
Memories of the first Christmas in the United States of America is something I will carry with me all through my life. I don’t think any amount of words or phrases can describe the visual glory that it is. Every street, every hangout, every store and most of the homes (even non-christian) are spruced up with Christmas decor.
After six months of having a furry friend at home, I have reasons to believe that one’s life is not really complete without the love and companionship of a dog. Life becomes an unending pawty. Puppy eyes and tail wags become a language of its own and you will slowly find yourself falling in love.
I worked in Advertising for two years and I was in the Account management team. All through those two years, I wondered why I wasn’t a part of the creative team instead. I spent a lot of time observing and admiring what they did came back home and attempted doing the same and failed. Since
This is a picture of a humongous spider cobweb that some people mistake for a glass dome. The picture was taken at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson airport. Here are my artboard renditions of the picture. Original Photograph (shot on iPhone 7) Edited Photograph (edited on Adobe Lightroom Classic CC) and here are the comparison views I