Scars – A Proud Reminder | Shalini

Learn from your mistakes and move on. But these mistakes will leave scars. In order to heal we need to move on. Some of you will ask the question – Is moving on as simple as I make it sound? The answer to that is No, it is not but we need to do it. If a wound is not treated it will fester and … Continue reading Scars – A Proud Reminder | Shalini

Prolonged Isolation | Atray

Hanging out with our friends and family surely gives us a sense of relief from the daily stresses of our lives. However, there are times when we want to isolate ourselves and give ourselves some personal space. Like anything else, it’s not a bad idea if done in moderation. Getting habitual to the peace and calm of the solitude can solidify itself into a prolonged … Continue reading Prolonged Isolation | Atray

Life Lessons from Chhichhore | Jatin

“Beta yeh tumhara result decide nahi karta ki tum loser ho ya nahi, tumhari koshish karti hai”. (Child, your result doesn’t decide your success, your effort does). I think almost everyone wanted to hear this from their parents at one point or the other in their life. Making Chhichhore hit every chord of human emotions so perfectly. The peer pressure movie we deserved. In the … Continue reading Life Lessons from Chhichhore | Jatin

Life: A Bewitching Tempest | Lavanya

Life is a bewitching tempest   Wherein love alone ensures conquest  Filled with intriguing moments.  Life is an amazing   Amalgam of experiences  Blending thoughts and actions,  Life presents its unique reactions.  It smiles like in a reverie   Never failing to usher in another worry,  Life is a testing puzzle   Challenging our faith and hope,  It preaches like holy Pope,  Seizing our peace and calm   It bestows the sea with placid … Continue reading Life: A Bewitching Tempest | Lavanya

Do Dreams Die with Age? | Ambalika

Do your dreams die with increasing rat race? Do you ask this question to yourself as you grow up? I am sure we do have thoughts about it sometime or the other. We are unfortunately trapped in a generation where achieving considerably huge milestones at an early age is considered to be kept at the pedestal. Someone who started a startup at an age of … Continue reading Do Dreams Die with Age? | Ambalika

OCD Awareness | Rohit

From the year 2020 as coronavirus emerged we have learnt a lot. Locked up in 4 walls, watching as the virus took many but it was an opportunity for us to grow individually and spend time with our loved ones. Though this was a boon for us. The biggest problem that people face nowadays is OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Being locked up has made us … Continue reading OCD Awareness | Rohit

Awareness of Choice | Triah

Being in Indian society, it is very hard to come out about your sexuality even if you have self-acceptance. You are taunted and stereotyped and whatnot. Even today so-called “open-minded” generation have a hard time accepting someone else sexuality or preference. Therefore, many stay quiet. It was quite recently I discovered the word called Demisexual. Not sure if you have heard it before. It’s the … Continue reading Awareness of Choice | Triah

Mindful Movement | Kritika

Movement Disorders. They are defined as repetitive, involuntary PURPOSELESS movements. Now, reading this you must be wondering why am I turning a post on a well-being blog into that of a medical blog? I want to say this – Just like that purposeless movement, a movement without any motive, without any reason, we forget why chose to do something in the first place anyway. What … Continue reading Mindful Movement | Kritika

It all Starts in our Head | Kritika

“It all begins and ends in your mind. What you give power to, has power over you, if you allow it” This quote by Leon Brown truly intrigued me. I, as a human being, have the ability to perceive everything that is happening around me, in my surroundings. I hold the ability to absorb information from my environment, process it and respond to it. That’s … Continue reading It all Starts in our Head | Kritika

Have Patience | Shalini

What does it mean? How long do we need to have patience? These are the questions I started with. Let me back up a little bit. Whenever we ask or demand anything, we are told to have patience. People generally tell us this in practically all situations in life. But what exactly is Patience? The dictionary meaning is the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, … Continue reading Have Patience | Shalini

Cultural Appropriation | Jahnvi

Cultural appropriation is a topic that has been in the spotlight for a while now. But sorry to disappoint the majority of you, because this isn’t a viewpoint many will appreciate. But I pride myself on this platform to be pure and provide original thoughts. So, I will give my very honest point of view. When celebrities get dreadlocks or any other beautiful hairstyles that … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation | Jahnvi

What is Normal? | Triah

If you are just like me, to whom people complain that you are “too loud”, “too much” etc. I just want to say that you will always be “too much” for someone too loud, too quiet, too boring, too this or that for others.  I have been always asking myself the question “who are these people who decide too much”? And “How do they decide”? … Continue reading What is Normal? | Triah

Anxiety Management | Jahnvi

Sometimes we cannot go to professionals. Sometimes self-care is the option we opt for. I wrote about how worrying does no good. I talked about how nothing will be achieved if we worry, the only thing it’ll cause is an illness. But that doesn’t mean we don’t worry; everyone worries and so do I. Let us together discover ways we can manage the anxiety and … Continue reading Anxiety Management | Jahnvi

Known or Unknown Devil | Shalini

“Known devil is better than the unknown devil.” This has been told to us since we were kids, but is it really true? Before we try to answer this question, I have another question for you. How do you know that the unknown person is the devil? Think about it. In assuming that the unknown is the devil, have you let your angle go by … Continue reading Known or Unknown Devil | Shalini

Fear of Failure | Triah

Most fear of failure is short-sighted — meaning we don’t generally fear failing to do something well after years of practice, hard work and repetition. What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. This bears repeating: What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. You know the most common fear everyone is fear of failure … Continue reading Fear of Failure | Triah