Women & The Weight Loss Tamasha by Rujuta Diwekar – Thoughts

I gave this book a 5-star for being a really entertaining, fact filled and motivating non-fiction read. Women and weight loss have become like two sides of a coin. We just seem to always be stressing about it and almost never getting it right. I haven’t read Rujuta’s first popular book on this subject –Continue reading “Women & The Weight Loss Tamasha by Rujuta Diwekar – Thoughts”

Dear Girls by Ali Wong – Reader thoughts on the last book of the year :)

2019 is nearly over..a few more days and well, I don’t know what to say about this year. So I won’t go there. But what I can say for sure is, that my reading was great this year and I’m so grateful for all the authors who write and for all the amazing books thatContinue reading “Dear Girls by Ali Wong – Reader thoughts on the last book of the year :)”

The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath – Book Thoughts

I hope people don’t confuse my thoughts on Shivya Nath’s book – The Shooting Star, with her travel blog ‘The Shooting Star’ 🙂 Although if you do want to know, I loved the book and I love her blog too. And you should check both out, if you’re a traveler at heart, or are justContinue reading “The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath – Book Thoughts”

Writing inspiration from – ‘I Wrote It Anyway’ – An Anthology of Essays

It’s November! So many challenges taking place this month across the world, and across different categories! There’s the men health awareness month called , Movember, lots of runs and marathons, the challenging NaNoWriMo for budding writers, to name a few. After enjoying my holidays in October, I decided to try and do an extreme NovemberContinue reading “Writing inspiration from – ‘I Wrote It Anyway’ – An Anthology of Essays”

Becoming – Michelle Obama : Written and narrated by Michelle Obama (My thoughts)

How is everyone doing out there? April is almost at its end and May is going to start soon! May is also Mental Health Awareness Month and I want to send all my readers a big hug and some love. Stay strong, love yourself, be kind to yourselves and others. But most importantly, don’t forgetContinue reading “Becoming – Michelle Obama : Written and narrated by Michelle Obama (My thoughts)”

Feisty at Fifty by Sudha Menon – Book Review

Before you all go jump into getting any ideas, I’m not 50 yet. But, that doesn’t stop me from reading books from women who have reached that amazing age and inspire women heading there (like me), and say fear not, 50 is actually really amazing! I had picked up this book at a whim atContinue reading “Feisty at Fifty by Sudha Menon – Book Review”

The Power Of Habit by Charles Duhigg – Book Review

Woo hoo!! My first book review for December! And what an amazing book I must say. I like to mix up my reading and add a bit of all genres to my reading list. So this was one of the non fictions I read and really enjoyed this year. I listened to this book onContinue reading “The Power Of Habit by Charles Duhigg – Book Review”

21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari – Book Review

21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari My rating: 5 of 5 stars     Yuval Noah Harari has become one of my favorite non-fiction authors. I have read Sapiens and had immediately bought the paperback copies for Sapiens and Homo Deus. My husband has read both Sapiens and Homo Deus andContinue reading “21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari – Book Review”

A War Tattooist, A Young Poet, A Gryffindor-ean, and a Geeky Cinderella

Now, to follow up on the heading of this post- what is common amongst all the people I mentioned above? Choose from the options below: A) They’re characters from the books I read last week B) Some are fictional and some are real people! C) But everyone is awesome in their own way D) AllContinue reading “A War Tattooist, A Young Poet, A Gryffindor-ean, and a Geeky Cinderella”

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind- Audiobook review

I haven’t been able to do the mid year book update tag yet, and I’m bummed about that. Maybe I’ll get a chance to write it over the weekend. Also, if I don’t get to write that post this weekend, then I should let you guys know that I’m going on a week long vacationContinue reading “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind- Audiobook review”