We often tend to think that we are exercising our brain enough. But we need to do much more. We need to vary our brain's routine and include many different kinds of tasks to give it sufficient stimulation to grow.
Hello and welcome back to Candid Conversations! Today, I have an interview with a wonderful writer and poet, Ismael Mansoor. He is a fan of online writing and likes to make sure he has written something every day so he can go to bed happy. His pet peeve- people who want to correct his writing!... Continue Reading →
During one of my many voyages around the internet, I have compiled a list of free-to-download 25 all-time great books that you must read. Download once and read them at your leisure.
To all the women out there who are moms by blood or by love, I send my gratitude as they care for and nurture the beautiful little ones who are the future of the world.
Every writer knows the agony of editing, especially when you are one of those who just know enough about MS Word to write and save your manuscripts and documents. I am not too tech-savvy either, just a self-taught writer from a generation who had never seen a computer for half their life. So, for everyone who is a computer dummy like me, here are some easy writing and editing tips that I often use to save time and headaches.
Stay at home restrictions are tough for everyone. Today, I have collected some free e-books for children and adults that are a gift by writers to help you through lockdown, easy your journey and also to help take your mind away from your troubles for a while.
Languages can be cunning things! They hide words that could make you sound ignorant with very little effort, especially when it comes to the nuances for a non-native speaker.
Let us look a little deeper into some words that are actually quite similar and often used interchangeably, but might mean something quite different.
Did you take up the #HealthyAtHome challenge by the WHO? I did. If you haven't heard about it, you can see here what the Healthy At Home challenge is all about. I did this video on 10 ways you didn't think of to prevent CORONAVIRUS infection. We are all being very careful, and that is... Continue Reading →
I know a lot of us are under a lockdown or stay at home advisory. However, lockdown or not, a Sunday needs to be celebrated. I am sure you will enjoy this Sunday post on my Lockdown Journal.
Yes, Lockdown or not, a Sunday is a Sunday and must be spent with joy.
Here I am with a list of happy things amid the darkness.
The Italian Air Force has reshared a video of their team painting their national flag in the air set to music to boost the morale of their COVID-19 torn nation. The video has since been shared all across the world.
Talking of morale-boosting, India is poised to switch off all lights at 9PM today for nine minutes and people will light candles and diyas instead to signify light amid the darkness of disease. I am looking forward to that beautiful moment!
Light amid darkness…
Plenty of good things are also happening as a result of the lockdown. The air in my very polluted city is clean. Squeaky clean! So much so that my children have commented that it smells different and…
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