Today, I have listed down a few of those over-priced and evidently meh London attractions that can be sidestepped to indulge in activities or experiences that leave you more satisfied in terms of value for money, besides giving you some cherishable memories as well.
Again, this is a list based on my observations and preferences; it may vary from person to person depending on their interests and family requirements.
I am writing this post today to re-collect the horrors of my hair journey over the past two years as this has been a constant in my life for longer than I had anticipated. Yes, since March 2018 I have been facing a turbulent hair problem, which had affected my life in so many sad and negative ways that I still can’t write about it entirely.
However, I do know that a lot of girls my age or even younger are facing similar hair problems and so I wanted to write down my experience not only to self-assure that I have come a long way in fighting my hair issues, but also as a hope that it might help others going through a similar trauma make better and timely decisions regarding their hair issues.
Although London has countless landmarks with a lot of history attached to them, I shall cover them categorically in my London series later. For now, you can see my top five royal attractions in London that you should not miss on your first trip.
It’s time for General Elections 2018! This is the second time that I have voted, and to the best of my beliefs, I have voted for the sanest, most credible, cleanest and educated candidate in my constituency.
I have been to many beach cities, but Fethiye stole my heart like no other. Fethiye is a port city and district on Turkey’s southwestern Turquoise Coast. It’s known for its natural harbor, blue waters and numerous rock tombs. And today, I will tell you what makes Fethiye so special and the best way to explore it, especially if you have a limited time of barely two days.
I recently visited Trabzon, Turkey and today I have outlined an essential Trabzon Bucket List to be shared with all the travel enthusiasts.
Trabzon is located in the north eastern region of Turkey beside the Black Sea. It is a beautiful region that takes you to yet another level of quiet and calm…much different from the hustle bustle of Istanbul or Ankara. The weather is quite pleasant with rain clouds welcoming you.
Who is always excited about celebrating office birthdays? 😀💃🍰🎂🎊🎉🎈In my 12 years of career, I have witnessed a zillion office birthdays and here are a few common traits I come across till date! Enjoy 😀😂😃
Today’s post is merely an extension of my brief review on ‘Love in the Time of Cholera’ by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Since, I spilled the beans and created such a hoopla around the book and its story, that I thought it would be better if I simply share some of the best lines from this great piece of literature.
To keep it rather short and sweet, I have picked 10 memorable quotes from Love in the Time of Cholera for you guys. Hope you’ll like them.
I just finished reading one of the greatest pieces of literature – Love in the Time of Cholera by the brilliant Gabriel Garcia Marquez. As my tale goes, being a super slow reader with extremely rough work schedules, I can’t always give too much time to reading every day. Let’s put it this way that I don’t get to read as much as I wish to. However, this particular book was really a topper on my list and I’m quite happy to complete it.
‘Stop trying to make everybody happy. You’re not chocolate.’ 🍫
Some of us make this common mistake of trying to please the world all the time. As humanly impossible as it sounds, it leaves us only more drained out, weak and hurt eventually.