27 Social Ettiquettes No One Told You About

Today's world is busy promoting the satisfaction of the 'self'. We are constantly reminded through social medias and any other type of media to think about ourselves and not mull over things and people which give us stress or annoy us. We are told 'be yourself', however what if the being so is a form … Continue reading 27 Social Ettiquettes No One Told You About

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The intricacies of the English language #2

 A Note to the Migrating Mommy Before arriving in Australia, most of my daughter's growing up years was spent in the USA . I distinctly remember that when I would be busy in some household chores , she could be usually seen with a device watching her favorite shows which is quiet the norm today … Continue reading The intricacies of the English language #2

The intricacies of the English language #1

THE UTILITIES OF READING I recently visited the nurse for my son's 8 month check-up. Thankfully it went fine but a question she asked me made me a wee bit curious. 'Do you read to him?' Reading to someone who could not make head nor tales out of something, I sniggered secretly. Although I must … Continue reading The intricacies of the English language #1

Tales of Wallflowers and Weeds

  A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows.  ~Doug Larson T he consequences of Procrastination is like that ever multiplying interest on your loan which never seems to abate and can have huge repercussions with time. In short,never let your problems get out … Continue reading Tales of Wallflowers and Weeds

A Leibster Award 2

Happy to be part of another Thankful Thursday  and receiving another pretty Leibster award.  I would like to acknowledge Laughter brother for this award for presenting me with this recognition ,that too when I  had just started my blogging journey.  About my blogging journey I think I started blogging at the right time,  at the time when I … Continue reading A Leibster Award 2

Navigating through Narrow lanes of New Orleans

A view of Bourbon Street where the Narrow lanes are  home to the French Quarters. New Orleans with its narrow winding lanes and ornate steel balconies is an eclectic mix of  a European past history and the America of today - an endearing puzzle to all those who try to put a finger on its … Continue reading Navigating through Narrow lanes of New Orleans