I had big plans for 2020. It was going to be my year. Before the year started I had already claimed ownership of it for a multitude of reasons and I was excited about what was to come. There was this wild sense of accomplishment even before the year started. Is that where we went wrong? Continue reading Midyear Check-in
Stream of consciousness musings on everything that’s wrong in the world right now. Continue reading What about the problems of the rest of the world?
If this is the first time that you are WFH, it can be daunting. Here is a little something I hope that would help, some of these still stand true from my first post back in 2015 but think of them as perhaps, updated versions of the same, a new, advanced version from Seni in 2020. Continue reading Quarantine Diaries: Let’s Talk about Working from Home
I have so many thoughts on COVID-19. The past few days (it hasn’t even been a week) has opened a plethora of observations to see how people react to what’s happening, overreact to it, find humour in the situation and also, most importantly, help us identify how stupid us humans can be. Continue reading Everything that’s on my mind about the Coronavirus
Last night, I drove back home, my first lonely drive back home for the year. Continue reading Feeling feelings
Stream of consciousness musings on some of the “whys”, “hows” and “damnits” I have in my head. Continue reading Sometimes the world works in funny ways
Writings by a young (ish) woman belonging to a minority community. Continue reading Minority Musings
For the record, I’m neither gay nor am I married. Second, I add the phrase “gay marriage” in inverted commas because I don’t even see how a “gay” marriage is any different to a “regular” marriage between two “heterosexual” people. As far as I know, marriage is a union of love, gay or otherwise. Or one of convenience, if Jane Austen was bae. Third, I’m … Continue reading Let’s Talk about “Gay Marriage”