The Perfect Fish for Lazy Cooks

I know I haven't blogged in a long,  long time.  This is due to many reasons,  some of which include the following: 1) Holiday withdrawal symptoms 2) Heat makes me slack 3) I haven't procrastinated like this since my Famous Five days. But,  As it so happens,  I've gone on a crazy cooking spree (which … Continue reading The Perfect Fish for Lazy Cooks

Why I Love The Winter

Okay, so no prizes for guessing that Winter is my favouritest, awesomest, supercoolest season of the year. See how I just used those 3 very mid-teen words that don't really have a place in the dictionary? Yeah, I do that. Ok so HERE'S WHY I LOVE WINTER! : Winter does not know that Mumbai exists. … Continue reading Why I Love The Winter

The Biggest Loser

Everyone that has lost a phone 5/+ times, will relate to this post. I realized: Forget a retirement fund and money for fairy wedding. Not happening. Making a Finances for Replacement Phones fund, instead. 2) ALWAYS BACK UP DATA. ALWAYS. 3) PERIODICALLY DELETE QUESTIONABLE ITEMS FROM PHONE. ALWAYS. 4) Purchase neon-colored phone holder and STAPLE … Continue reading The Biggest Loser

Why It’s Scary To Be Home Alone.

So, I live in a suburban 2 BHK apartment, nothing out of the ordinary. It’s not like the building was constructed during the time of some great genocide or it was built over some graveyard or something, as I’m told much of Mira Road is. I don’t have regal, but nonetheless creepy chandeliers that could … Continue reading Why It’s Scary To Be Home Alone.

Catastrophic Proportions

Disclaimer: Cat Object of post is not, in fact, grumpy cat. Although I should just claim that she is and make lots of money. So my best friend’s cat, Cookie, gave birth to ANOTHER kindle of kittens. I’m pretty sure the count is well over 25, now. I can hardly even call her ‘Cookie’ without … Continue reading Catastrophic Proportions


It was the end of the lunch break and we were all filing out  of the foyer to go upstairs and resume our  lectures. Talking and laughing, we reached It. There It was. The Dreaded  Staircase. It wasn’t the transition from rickshaw to train to cab to foot to get to college on time, It … Continue reading Staircases