Confidence, public speaking and just being out there is not everyone’s cup of tea. But what if we said it could be yours? We bring to you some constructive tips on personality development to boost your self esteem.
an eye for detail
We all tend to forget how important it is to LIVE, amongst this daily upheaval, and hence end up in a mess. But what if I say it’s not impossible to sort things out? We here will discuss some regular situations that we end up in and some quick solutions to them.
from Sweat to Sweet
If you say you don’t like food, you’re probably lying. And if you you say you’re not that into sports, well, sorry for that. Because we here, bring to you some happening food and sport chit-chat for a well balanced lifestyle!
Bust a move
We get it! Not everyone has a knack for dance. But baby, one’s gotta start somewhere. So for all the dance enthusiasts out there, we bring to you lessons like none before- beat that heat and loose your feet.
The harmless worm
A cup of perfectly brewed coffee, a beautiful monsoon and the most captivating book- don’t all the bookworms crave for it? We bring to you a banter on our favorite books- Let’s share our sentiments!
Learn something new everyday. I have been. For forty years now. That is how long it has been that i have been working as a journalist. Looking back, it has been such a colourful journey. Packed with excitement, discoveries and contentment and new learnings. How many professions are there in the world where Read more AboutHow to learn something new everyday- Ramesh Menon
Career, career, career. We have often heard our elders say ‘aaj kal toh har cheez mein career ban sakta hai’ but somehow never see anyone encourage the younger generation to actually build up on their passion and make a profession out of it. The budding industry of the performing arts in our country has put across a huge scope for all the artists who Read more AboutCareer options for dancers
Dance is a lot more than fun and music. It is an art that requires discipline and hard work, along with proper guidance and training. A lot of other factors such as Read more About5 simple dancing tips for beginners and experienced dancers
We’ve all grown up reading fairytales and have gone to sleep either listening to or reading bedtime stories. I know I have always dreamt of having Rapunzel like hair (Reality is very brutal, you guys), a huge magnificent castle and my very own pony. If i were to describe my childhood, it would be Read more about Fairytales Inspired Books[…]
Reading advanced fantasy series can get really overbearing at times. Book lovers please don’t go like “Nahi yaar. You cannot get enough” or “How can it be overbearing? What are you even trying to say man?!” Now, I love reading fantasy, advanced fantasy, urban fantasy all kinds really as much as I love Tiramisu (My Read more about From Sarah Dessen to Life[…]
Am I one of those intolerable people who gets possessive about books being adapted into movies? Do I take offence at the slightest of discrepancy between a book and its movie adaptation? I proudly proclaim that I am one of these people. Now, I am not saying that novels should never be translated into a movie. Free world hai yaar, what can I even say? But yes, if you decide to do that you better make a worthy movie. Matlab, character ka naam same but story tumhaari apni. Kya baat.
I am going to discuss the very famous movie “Twilight” based on the novel by the same title written by Stephanie Meyer(I am not a big fan). You know how a disclaimer is shown before the start of any film and it says- “Any resemblance to a real personal is purely coincidental.” Well, I feel that a disclaimer stating “Any resemblance to the novel it is supposed to be based on is purely coincidental. What you are about to view is absolutely unique.” Agar pehle hee warning de dein, toh I will not complain either.
Kaun hai tera, musafir, tu jaayega kaha?
Growing up and learning to read as a 3-year-old in my grandfather’s library, I was hooked from day one. Or perhaps I had no choice!
I was handed a worldwide passport, to enter a world of well, everything!
Since then, I have been an avid reader, but not just that.
There is a thrill to get a new book in one’s hands, the cover, the thickness or thinness creating anticipation. And the smell! Of new books, and old books! Of bookshops!
There is something isn’t there, of the turning of the page, of a nice bookmark to mark your rest?
eBooks, owing to the rapid pace of development, have proliferated and become easily accessible today and are much cheaper than paper books. However, a very wise person (I might be referring to myself) once said, “Reading is an experience and not merely an activity.”
If I were to choose between a kindle edition and a paperback edition of the same novel, I would definitely, without a shadow of the doubt pick the paperback one. Now let’s compare the 2 on some parameters.
Moving to a new city away from family and friends that you’ve grown up with, can get a little scary. Will I be able to get along? Will I make new friends? Maybe they won’t treat me right! What if I fall under pressure to break the moral grounds that I’ve held intact for the Read more about A Feeling called Home[…]