A memorable tryst with tennis

FeaturedA memorable tryst with tennis
People say a tryst with tennis can be an awakening of the soul, a peek into the joys of sport and something that will energise you through the day.
Actually, I’m not sure if anyone said that, but it sounds good in retrospect and as a motivator. A picture speaks a 1000 words. Now, if you look at this one below, you’d assume that I played tennis. You’d be right, but that’s not the whole picture, which is why we need words.
Tryst with tennis

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Theme Reveal for the #AtoZChallenge 2017: The Moving Quill

FeaturedTheme Reveal for the #AtoZChallenge 2017: The Moving Quill

I’m doing something I hate doing: Jumping in at the last minute!

After resolving not to do the challenge this year, thanks to health and other issues, I decided last evening , ‘Well, what’s the harm?’ Of course, I have not thought this through! Continue reading “Theme Reveal for the #AtoZChallenge 2017: The Moving Quill”

What I truly miss about Blogging

FeaturedWhat I truly miss about Blogging

Are you a blogger? How long have you been blogging?

If your answer to the first question is ‘yes’ and the second one is anything that stretches beyond two years ago, then you’d relate to this post. Then again, you may not; for blogging is a very unique experience.

Each of us is in the blogosphere for a reason and those can be diverse in range. But one thing unites us all: We have a space where our voices can be heard. Continue reading “What I truly miss about Blogging”

The Art of Forgiveness

FeaturedThe Art of  Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a strange concept yet delightfully fulfilling. When done with true intent it makes two people happy: The one forgiving and the one receiving it.

The month of February has been a rollercoaster one, personally. Despite the joy of moving into a new place, the plague of illness kept me from achieving full joy. Towards the end, though, I managed to find gratitude even in the dark moments. Continue reading “The Art of Forgiveness”

7 Important Lessons Learned from an Illness

Featured7 Important Lessons Learned from an Illness
Lessons learned from illness

Gently, almost lovingly, my fingers trace the letters on the keyboard before me. After nearly a month, I see this blank draft staring back, waiting, wistfully perhaps, for the words to appear.

The house is quiet and the soft, pastel shades on the walls soothe my senses as I take a deep breath and weigh each word as it leaves my mind. Continue reading “7 Important Lessons Learned from an Illness”

How to Overcome Blogging Guilt

FeaturedHow to Overcome Blogging Guilt

Blogging  guilt hits all of us at various times through our online lives. This is not only normal but can occur with frequency depending on the kind of blogger you are.

Today, we’ll talk about the main aspects of blogging guilt and how you can overcome them without compromising on your peace of mind.

Most of the components I speak of here are relevant to personal and niche bloggers, but you may find one or two things to help you whether you’re a first-time or veteran blogger.

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