Small Steps – Part 2

Each step towards your goal matters. And this couldn't be any truer. The motivation to wake up before starting work so that I could squeeze in the yoga and focus on training in evening. The motivation to actually leave home and wear shoes and go out. The motivation to plan new routes every now and … Continue reading Small Steps – Part 2

Small Steps – Part 1

Sometimes it's the smallest of things that matter the most. This Corona time, everyone has been trying to keep themselves busy in some way or another. So have I. And this has been great opportunity to take up challenges for yourself. What always fascinated me is seeing people run for hours. Do marathons and long … Continue reading Small Steps – Part 1


I think a lot of posts are long due. And my list seems to get longer each time I add a new topic that I would like to write about and share something. Without any further delays, it's time to bring that list to action. Start with something that's been absolutely thrilling and I've been … Continue reading Fears


โ€œIt takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.โ€ โ€• E.E. Cummings Sitting in a life boat, shivering, tears running down my cheeks, I was waiting for the next few minutes to get over as soon as possible. All I wanted was to place my feet on solid ground. The waves were … Continue reading Courage…


There are some people in your life that come and leave an impact forever... If you get a chance to express how you feel to that person, never stop yourself. Seize the moment and do what's need to be done ๐Ÿ™‚
Special friendships are rare... Treasure them ๐Ÿ™‚


Getting Germanized or Simply Adapting?

โ€œYouโ€™re such a German nowโ€. After hearing this for n number of times now, I guess itโ€™s time to write what I have actually adapted that makes my friends and acquaintances think that I am such a German now. Preferring beer over other alcoholic drinksโ€ฆ? Looking for origin of products and buying what seems to … Continue reading Getting Germanized or Simply Adapting?

Indian stereotypes or simply generalization? โ€“ Part 2

"People are much deeper than stereotypes. That's the first place our minds go. Then you get to know them and you hear their stories, and you say, 'I'd have never guessed.' " - Carson Kressley Firstly, thank you to all the readers and sharing your views, experiences and opinions on the part 1 of this … Continue reading Indian stereotypes or simply generalization? โ€“ Part 2