Six Ways To Overcome Your Tsundoku Syndrome

#QOTD – Do you have a habit of picking up books that you never quite get round to reading? I love books. If I go to the bookstore to check a price, I walk out with three books I probably didn’t know existed beforehand. I buy second-hand books by the bagful, while explaining to my folks that it’s for a cheaper price. Even the smell of … Continue reading Six Ways To Overcome Your Tsundoku Syndrome

Review | Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

#QOTD – Do you re-read classics? I normally don’t. I mean reading a classic for the first time itself is so much work. Going for it the second time, would just mean giving up on another classic from my TBR pile! But last month, I decided to pick up Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë again. Me and my high school friend chose to buddy read … Continue reading Review | Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

Oxford | Radcliffe Camera

Oxford is famous for its spectacular architecture – but many agree that the Radcliffe Camera is its most beautiful building. This is a small attempt by me to capture, at least half of the beauty that Rad Cam is! The Rad Cam, also known as the “heart of Oxford”, was designed by James Gibbs built between 1737 and 1749. It has been a ‘camera’ (or … Continue reading Oxford | Radcliffe Camera

How A Closet App Changed the Way I Shop

Did I mention I had a shopping addiction? Well, yes I did and I am a recovering shopaholic! Free shipping on every order, plus receive an additional discount off sale merchandise? –You don’t have to tell me twice! It was an addiction and I couldn’t control myself. Moments before I clicked the “buy now” button, I got a rush of excitement. I absolutely loved the feeling … Continue reading How A Closet App Changed the Way I Shop

Review | Emma by Jane Austen

#QOTD – Do you know anyone who loves to get into other people’s business? I have a friend who literally gets into everyone’s business. She is convinced that she is a natural therapist to everyone’s problems. She has this fantastic talent for getting people to tell her about their lives, and then she leaves no chance to meddle into it. With an exceptional wit and … Continue reading Review | Emma by Jane Austen