If you’re Indian, having innumerable cousins is a must. I mean, to the point that even if a stranger walked up to you and said “You know what? We’re cousins!” you wouldn’t be surprised. You’d just accept it. And tons of cousins mean tons of weddings. Instead of one big wedding a year, more like … Continue reading A Trip To Greece? Canceled!
Hey there! Hope you and your loved ones are all safe and sound with all this crazy stuff going on. This month, I thought I’d do something different. Anyone who’s ever met me knows for a fact how much of a die-hard YA bookworm I am. I gobble YA books up like Nutella on a … Continue reading APRIL 2020 TBR
I'm pretty sure there are millions of others who are probably losing their minds just like I am right now. Being stuck at home for the past week (and probably staying stuck for I don't even know how much longer) has made me realize just how much I took the little things for granted. Like … Continue reading Dolphins, Poly Art and Adobe Illustrator
I think I was first intrigued by the idea of keeping a diary/journal when I was in fifth grade, reading Anne Frank’s Diary Of A Young Girl. Not that I enjoyed the book one bit. Now that I look back, I guess I was too immature to handle that book and probably shouldn’t have picked … Continue reading Trying To Maintain A Journal
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by author Jenny Han was a book that left me entirely speechless. It was absolutely perfect and was my favorite book for months. And then, the movie came out and I was one of the happiest bookworms on the planet. I mean, who doesn’t want to see a … Continue reading To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Book Tag
So whenever someone asks me, “So what’s your favorite book?” I usually end up saying something like, “Oh, there are so many good ones I don’t think I can choose just ONE”. But guess what? I think I’ve found my answer to that question…The next time someone asks me, I’m gonna say FRANKLY IN LOVE!!! … Continue reading Book Review | Frankly In Love by David Yoon
I think my mom is at that point in her life when she wants to be just like me. I’m not trying to be rude or anything, but that’s just what I feel. And I’m pretty sure I’m not the only girl who feels that way. Don’t get me wrong. I love doing things with … Continue reading My mom and chick-flicks