If only I had read it a few days before, I would have an author whose every book I have read. But alas, Baaz just released on May 1 😦 Continue reading
It’s been a week since my new beginning a.k.a post exams freedom. I don’t know what I was doing all these 7 days. They kind of went in a blur. Whoosh! What I did do was go through the list I was making for the past few months about what exactly to do during these days. There were more than 80 things in that list when I looked at it trying to find something worthy. When I started looking since the beginning, I started deleting the stupid ones. Now there are around 55 but if I delete the ones that include travelling, I will be left with just 20-25. One was ‘re-arrange the bookshelf’. And so I did.
Written by: Andre Agassi
Rating: * * * *
It was my first attempt at reading an autobiography. I was somehow never inspired enough to read one before. I regret it.
‘Kal aakhiri imtihaan hai?’ , my nani asked.
‘Hanji. Aakhiri’ I replied.
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I was 12 or 13 when my brother appeared for his board exams. I had strict instruction from my parents not to disturb him for ANYTHING. I had lost my partner in crime and play for several months. It was tough. Little did I know what was going inside his mind. I do now. Continue reading
We have all had a teacher who used a single name for every example, anecdote, question, taunt and what not.
My English teacher, too, had her favourite name. Mohan Kumar. He was publishing ads of every kind, writing notices, invitations, making posters, and was an expert in writing reports. Here’s the tale of Mohan Kumar: Continue reading
I don’t have a taste in music. I pretty much like every other thing I hear. May that be my mother scolding, my friend swearing or my brother blasting century-old songs from his mobile. I love it all. But only a few things become my favourite. Here are my favourite songs from my playlist of 2016. Some (or many) might not be released in 2016 but discovered in 2016 by me. In no particular order:
^My 2016 in one word
(That’s the story of every year, though)
No matter how much I say that I don’t want to believe that the year’s come to an end, deep down, I am just too excited and scared for the year(s) to come. I am growing up. And I hate that.
But nevertheless, 2016 was special. Like every year, this year made me laugh, cry (with laughter) and helped me live every moment to the fullest.
I love writing year recaps, although this is only the second time (2015 was the first one) I am writing on this blog but I always write one in my diary. Even though I don’t write everything, but I definitely revisit everything again 🙂 The feeling is wonderful. And it strengthens your memory as well xD
So here’s how my year went! Continue reading
Author: Anuja Chauhan