Read even the greatest writings with a grain of salt

This happens, right? We come across a quotation by Sylvia Plath, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Anaïs Nin, or any legendary figure in fact, and we read it and think—that’s it—that’s the truth. What they said hits some part of us that finds relatability with that thought, and coupled with their literary prowess, we take their thought as a true fact about life. We internalize it.

June and July Reads 2021

After challenging myself to read 30 books in May, let’s say that I calmed down a bit.

I read 3 books in July and 2 in June and I’m not unhappy with that at all! I spent all of May prioritizing reading and that was great, but since then, I’ve been focusing on other things, reading only when I feel like it and am sucked into a book.

Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century by Sean Patrick (Kindle freebie) – A short motivating read

March and April 2021 Reads

Hi everyone! How are you all doing?

March and April were very long months for me, especially March. A lot happened in my personal life. My last semester of college is over and I have my final exams in May. I didn’t read that much in the last two months and among the books that I did read, many were for college. The highlights were the lighthearted romance books I read from this list that got me through these tough months.

Her Private Life Review – My First Ever K-Drama post!

Hi everyone! So, I’m quite new to the world of Korean dramas, Her Private Life being only the third one that I’ve watched. But I can honestly say that I’m firmly invested in this wonderful world now, thanks to my friend Hargun (who has some amazing posts on k-dramas on her newly launched blog – do check it out!) who loves all things Korean.