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

Minimalism – Rich People’s Aesthetic

Minimalism and minimalist aesthetic is something only people with money can buy. I have come across blog posts which tell me I should have a capsule wardrobe owning 36 items of clothing. Rest, I should just get rid of. From my perspective, this sort of minimalism is only for the wealthy. I can’t afford to throw out or donate a perfectly good pair of jeans, … Continue reading Minimalism – Rich People’s Aesthetic

Review | The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy

#QOTD – Have you ever done something which you did only to keep the value of your or your family’s good name? I think we all have! Well if you are an Indian, you might be well acquainted with the most common cliché – “Log kya kahenge” or “what will people say”. We all have memories related to this disease to please. You want to … Continue reading Review | The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy

Review | The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

“Much more surprising things can happen to anyone who, when a disagreeable or discouraged thought comes into his mind, just has the sense to remember in time and push it out by putting in an agreeable, determinedly courageous one. Two things cannot be in one place.” Back when we were kids, and we would fall down or if we see a nightmare, we used to … Continue reading Review | The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Pottermore | Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies

We potterheads are always looking for something to take us back to Hogwarts! To take us back to the wizarding world! And, Pottermore Presents with its series of bite-sized eBooks that dig deep into the Harry Potter stories, with titbits taken from Pottermore’s archives and original writing from J.K. Rowling, is exactly that! I recently read the, “Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and … Continue reading Pottermore | Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies

Questions On A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik

QOTD – After Harry Potter, did you ever go back to fantasy genre? I have been a #potterhead all my life, but I have not really picked up any other fantasy book! Did I grow up, or is it too difficult for me to replace Hogwarts with any other magic school? Do I have to unlearn what I have learnt as a muggle born to … Continue reading Questions On A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik

Review | Villette by Charlotte Brontë

#QOTD – Do you think you can let out all your secrets in your journal? Or may be in your stories, or even your autobiography, if you ever write one? I don’t think I can. I have always been a very talkative person, but I am still an introvert. There have been times when I have denied my feelings to myself as well.  Our protagonist, … Continue reading Review | Villette by Charlotte Brontë