This post is in the series, Decluttering My Life.Look around yourself and try to find the things you haven't touched in a long while. Be honest and you'll see there are so many things you bought because they looked cool and then didn't use them at all. Now, you have two choices. Start using them if you can or give them away. Giving could be donating or selling and both these methods are fun. … [Read more...] about Decluttering My Life #1: The Cupboard and the Table
It's been 4 months since I started listening to the Minimalists. It's been a month since I started taking minimalism seriously. It wasn't until 2 days ago that I actually started decluttering. … [Read more...] about Decluttering My Life #0: The Why, What and How?
Disclaimer This isn't career advice. I'm in no place to give that so if you came here seeking "Top 10 interview questions and answers" then I'm sorry, wrong page. This is just life advice.Often right when I start talking to anyone - new people, potential love interests, random strangers or even old friends I'm catching up with after a while - I have a habit of asking "So, tell me about yourself" and more often than not, I get the same monotony. It is template-like and jarring to the … [Read more...] about Tell Me Something About Yourself Not What’s On Your Résumé
A few weeks ago, I talked about how I moved my photos from Box to Google Photos manually. The process was cumbersome. However, there was a bright side to all that moving photos manually. I saw almost all of them and that brought memories.Photographs are important. I understand that we're creating way too many photos now courtesy smartphones. However, I still think no one should discourage someone from recording a moment. All that talk about "living the moment" may be correct in it's own … [Read more...] about Picture Perfect: About Old Photos, Nostalgia and Simpler Times
The internet has been a big part of my life. Well, that's a no-brainer given how everything revolves around the internet now. However, at times, you have these experiences that make the internet feel even better than real-life. I had such an experience back in the summer of 2015. … [Read more...] about I Giorni: The Most Human Experience I’ve Had On The Internet
Mild spoilers ahead. Tread with caution.So, I finished watching Marvel’s Iron Fist last night and I was satisfied. I mean, I enjoyed it even though the show has its shortcomings and isn't as polished. Sorry, if I’m playing the devil’s advocate here. To be fair, Iron Fist is one of the few Marvel superheroes whose origins are perfectly clear to me and I’ve read a decent bit of the old comics. So, I find most of the criticisms unfounded. Anyway, this post isn’t about Iron Fist’s winnings and … [Read more...] about The Best Part of Marvel’s Iron Fist is Danny Rand’s Morning Routine