I’m a voracious reader. I’ve been reading for as long as I can remember, and by reading I mean, that picking up a good piece of fiction can get me more excited than a brownie with fudge. And that, is a HUGE deal. I didn’t used to read what you would call ‘intellectual’ work when… Read More Writer’s envy
Imagine beautiful overcast weather, lush green grass under your feet, twinkling high-rises all around, like giant guardians, providing shade. It was a beautiful weekend for the Market OTB, held in the lawns of Southridge, an apartment cluster in Downtown Dubai. Small kiosks featuring local artists, jewellery artisans, vintage furniture, organic juice, flanked the grassy plane.… Read More Market OTB : For a boho, outdoorsy, relaxing fix.
Life certainly proves to be quite up and down. One minute you’re riding on the coattails of excitement and never-ending job and the next minute, things have changed and you’re down in the dumps, wondering when that smile turned to a frown. But that’s life. As cliche as it sounds, I refuse to believe that… Read More Reading: As escape from the mundane
My recent experience in Pakistan was great. It was filled with family, friends, lots of love, even more food and relaxation. But it was very hard to turn a blind eye to the vibes in the air and the reverberating decadence that has entered our part of the world. When I say our part of… Read More How can you save the body when the soul has rotted?