Organised At Home And Organised At Work Makes Me Healthy, Wealthy And Wise

I’m a sucker for neat, organised spaces and spend my weekends labouring over my storage spaces. My mother, a perfectionist whose cupboards are always immaculately arranged, doesn’t need to do this as often as I do and I find myself constantly running to catch up with her. I think I’ve finally found the solution: storage … More Organised At Home And Organised At Work Makes Me Healthy, Wealthy And Wise

R.I.P Schnapps

A dashing young man with golden locks, he made many hearts melt when he laid his head on their knee, asking to be petted. Schnapps. Our third dog, but the one who taught me what it means to have a dog as a pet. I grew up with dogs. Our first dog, Tikka came home … More R.I.P Schnapps

I Clean. So I am.

I love cleaning, putting things away and organizing. It’s been a bit of an obsession since childhood and though it’s now difficult to obsess about it constantly, I still need an organised space to be able to work, think, eat, sleep and even be in peace. Stationary stores are just as tempting for me as … More I Clean. So I am.

Ciné-concert: “The General” by Buster Keaton with live music by Radiomentale

My saga with rich cultural experiences continues, with the latest being the Ciné-concert organized by the Alliances françaises in India for the 2013 edition of Fête de la musique. What is a ciné-concert ? The concept harks back to the era of silent films when the screenings were accompanied by live music to set the … More Ciné-concert: “The General” by Buster Keaton with live music by Radiomentale

Nesting in Bangalore

“Petit à petit, l’oiseau fait son nid.” (The bird makes its nest, step by step. In other words, Rome wasn’t built in a day.) I love this French proverb for its poetry and for being so much more “real” than it’s English counterpart. I couldn’t care less about Rome, but I know that building a … More Nesting in Bangalore