Spain- Day 242

I realized I haven’t blogged about Spain half as much as I should’ve. After all, I did spend about a month of my exchange there. The first thing you notice about Alicante, is that there’s no hurry. Everyone seems to be so at ease and focusing on the now. It’s among the only places where…

Day 25- Belgium

How to survive being an exchange student in 5 simple steps: Month 1 (Easy version) (i) Immerse yourself in the language. Notice how listening to things you don’t understand all day gives you a slight headache in your left temple and all of a sudden you’re aware of how numb your body feels. Regret your…

Day 23- Belgium

Things that my inner voice has said to me the past few days on train rides in a foreign country I now call home; (i) I wonder why there is no universal language if all the emotions we try to convey are more often than not the same with just different strings of alphabets joined…

#The Anonymous Letters Project

Dear future daughter / son, I’m 15 now and by the time you’re reading this you should be 15 too; my future self will try to tell you that I was immature and stupid when I wrote it but I think you need to read this because I definitely need to read this. Dear future…

04/10/15

Self expression. It’s something that should ideally be promoted in an environment that can make or break a child. Well, this clearly hasn’t been the case. My teachers have over and over proved to be insensitive towards children acting out like normal teenagers. You see, I’m the kind of person who would sass back at…

Bright smiles and innocence

So guys, like I am so good with kids (Not bragging though), today this little girl came over to my place with her elder sister, she’s about six years old and she’s the most adorable human I’ve met. First of all, she loves this game called “fire boy water girl” which I always have to…