Books can be your mentors and this is one of them. This book got me struck from the very first page that says: “Only staying active will make you want to live a hundred years.” —Japanese proverb I truly believe in this statement. I have been active all my life and sitting idle kind of depresses me (a weird fact about me that now many of you… Continue reading IKIGAI by Hector Garcia, Albert Liebermann: Book Review
So last night I was sitting on my couch as usual after work, munching on Lays (because all chores were done and just to note, it was 11:00 pm) watching over my kid and TV, and all of a sudden received a message from friend asking why I don’t write on the blog anymore. And then… Continue reading What’s on the Outside?
I have seriously adored Jean Sasson after reading the first book “Princess” and so all her books are on my list. Well, once being done with the Princess trilogy, I jumped straight to read Mayada Daughter of Iraq since it seemed interesting. Guys, THIS book literally gave me goosebumps and tears. I still am stuck with… Continue reading Mayada Daughter of Iraq by Jean Sasson: Book Review
The last book I reviewed of Jean Sasson was “Princess” and since then, I wanted to read all her books (they’re still on my list). These books are based on true stories and as per my temperament, I LOVE to read such stuff. I don’t like much of a fiction; love more of a Sufi,… Continue reading Desert Royal by Jean Sasson: Book Review
Ah, so it’s confirmed. Devious Maids and Mistresses are concluded *major heartbreak in months* and I am completely shattered *drama* No seriously, why would they do that to us? Uh huh! Okay, I am not finished yet, will continue my drama for a next few weeks, months, or maybe years but well, I have to… Continue reading Monthly Picks: October Release