Effective goals – Writer’s new resolutions

So we are here in January -and for beyond, fully committed with the new year spirit. Starting with a fresh perspective. But while I talk about the new resolutions, the new efforts, dreams, hopes, and blah blah blah……, well, your unfinished manuscript from last year’s resolution might still lay lost, like an abandoned child in search Read More …

5 top Things Canada taught me

“World needs more of Canada” Isn’t this place a delight to life on earth? How can a person so patriotic to one’s own country fall in love with this other country, which is nothing than just being a land of immigrants! When I was immigrating here from India in 2014, I just had this feeling that Read More …

Hello December with Gratitude!

December is a magical month. Let’s welcome it.  As the year is quickly coming to a close, this is the perfect time to gift yourself a year-end gift and make a list of everything for which you are grateful. Having gratitude reminds us of the infinite abundance that is available if we but stop and peer inside Read More …

Chasing Fall Colors

When I decided to take a stroll in search of the fall colors. Winter is right around the corner and autumn is a short lived season. So, I decided to catch some of the best from the nature. Me and my husband shared our morning tea in Fish Creek Provincial Park. And that was the Read More …

How I celebrated Rakhi 2017 searching the joy of infinite!

Hindus across the world are celebrating Rakhshabandhan 2017 today (August 7, 2017).  And here I am sitting approximately 11,639 km away from my brothers. Well, this is not the first year though for us being far apart from each other. In fact, it has been for five years in row now. Barely, I remember the excitement Read More …

Journey of Motherhood so far!

Why would I randomly think of my special journey as a mother beginning the month of July? It is not because this month is magical with my beloved memories of Indian monsoon or because it brings the delight of bright cheerful summer on Canadian soil. They do enchant me for sure and take me to Read More …

The Snow Clad Mountains

The snow-clad mountains, Deep white, clam, and cold, Smiling, so steady and strong. To the far across, As I can see, As I can feel, It’s tender softness Layers the hostility. To conquer it, Beyond the life and death, It’s stillness, It’s lifeless, It’s hard rock stones, Cladded with mud here and there And covered Read More …

In those corners of street…

In those corners of the street, where books and a cuppa of tea meets…  There are just a few things in life that enchant me like nothing else, poetries, nature, and my chai.  When I moved to Canada in early 2014 and landed for the first time in Calgary, it was still all white with Read More …