Have you seen this absolutely beautiful Korean movie?

1 min read… Here’s the premise – Set in the late 90s in South Korea, a mentally challenged man is wrongly sent to jail for murder, and his 6-year-old daughter doesn’t know her dad’s about to die. What follows after is an absolute tear-jerker. That’s Miracle in cell no. 7 in a nutshell. I’d not…

Two uplifting movies you could watch with family this weekend

Kavi and I watched some good movies in the last few days and two movies made a lasting impact on us. Usually, we prefer horror thrillers or crime investigation genres, but after a while, we need a break from these intense films. So, we watch feel-good and uplifting movies to replenish ourselves. Both these movies…

The Book Talk #19 – Think Like a Monk

6 min read… Hey, welcome to the 19th episode of our book series – The Book Talk. If it’s your first time here, check our other posts. In this episode, we’ll discuss Think like a monk by Jay Shetty. “A layperson who is consciously aiming to be continuously alive in the Now is a monk.” Brother David Steindl-Rast, gratefulness.org…

The Book Talk #18 – Digital Minimalism

6 min read… Hey, welcome to the 18th episode of our book series – The Book Talk. If it’s your first time here, check our other posts. In this episode, we’ll discuss Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport. Agenda The problem The cause The solution (Digital Declutter, 2 practices to adopt, miscellaneous ideas) 1.The problem – We don’t need an…

The Book Talk #17 – The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

6 min read… Hey, welcome to the 17th episode of our book series – The Book Talk. If it’s your first time here, check our other posts. In this episode, we’ll discuss The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Every one of us has tried to declutter and organize our homes at least once in our…

The Book Talk #16 – What The Buddha Taught

3 min read… Hey, welcome to the 16th episode of our book series – The Book Talk. If it’s your first time here, check our other posts. In this episode, we’ll discuss What The Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula. There is a growing interest in Buddhism throughout the world today and I am not an exception. I wanted…

The Book Talk #15 – The Untethered Soul

5 min read… Hey, welcome to the 15th episode of our book series – The Book Talk. If it’s your first time here, check our other posts. In this episode, we’ll discuss The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer. When I wanted to try a spiritual enlightenment book, I tried The Power of Now and I must…

The Book Talk #14 – The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

3 min read… Hey, welcome to the 14th episode of our book series – The Book Talk. If it’s your first time here, check our other posts. In this episode, we’ll discuss The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma. When I picked up this book, I was well aware of the fact that Robin Sharma…

FFS! Does everyone in Ireland behave this way?

6 min read… I moved to Ireland in 2016, when I was 24 years old. Thanks to my cricketing journey, I have travelled to a few places within India with various teams and learned a lot along the way. In fact, I should thank the game of cricket for a lot of things in my…

Aran Islands, you beauty.

4 min read… We are back with our 5th travel blog. Don’t forget to check our other travel posts. This time, we decided to visit Galway and The Aran Islands. Galway is a harbour city in Ireland’s west coast. The city sits where River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The Aran Islands are 3 rocky isles…

Made in Kitchen #4 – Pineapple upside-down cake

Prep Time: 90 mins Ingredients: NOTE: 1 cup = 250ml. All these measurements are for a large baking pan. Adjust accordingly. Pineapple slices – 1 Tin Cake Flour – 2 cups Baking Powder – 1 Tbsp Pinch of baking Soda Salt – 1 Tbsp Granulated Sugar – 1 to 1/2 cup Brown Sugar – 2…