Sunday, May 13, 2018. My first Mother’s Day as mom. This is for all those incredible moms out there, who are a living testimony of super powers they never knew they had. Happy Mother's Day! -- Exactly 9 months ago, today, I pushed a little person out of my vagina. Yes. It was as crude … Continue reading 9 Real Struggles of a First-time Mom that no one ever talks about
There are many factors that contribute to travel and vacation experiences – destination, weather, costs, activities, food etc. But arguably, one of the most important of all is the accommodation you choose that will be your home away from home. Even if its just for 1 night, a good stay simply adds another dimension to … Continue reading My Top 10 Vacation Stays Around the World
Both me and my partner-in-crime (husband) are the typical Type A's -- we like to plan things in advance. Life can become too mundane, especially when you are in New York in your 30's. Work and social obligations consume you and whatever time is left of it, you are too tired or unmotivated to … Continue reading A road trip to never forget: New Zealand 2016_South Island
I left with a heavy heart, feeling like I am leaving behind a big part of me - something I'll probably never see again. At first, I thought it was my home, my people, my things, my life. I missed it all dearly and hoped that I can relive it all one day. The universe … Continue reading No such thing as reliving the past
Safari in the African bush is not complete without following these stories for hours. Here is one that I brought back with me.
I recently had a revelation. Similar to a few other instances, I was telling some stories to a friend from my visit to Morocco a few years ago. Just when I was in the middle of the narration, I suddenly realized I actually had to strain my memory to recall the finer details. That's when I … Continue reading Travelogue: Little Memoirs – Morocco (2010)
I was reading a post I wrote some time ago about how Print is not dead. Kids these days are becoming more and more comfortable with touch screens and we may not be far from a time when they don't remember what paper felt like. Don't get me wrong - I am not averse technology and the … Continue reading Mystery Art Printing