Category: LIFESTYLE

Very simply put, LIFESTYLE is a way of living . It  is determined by your geographical location. It is also defined by your ethnic background. It is shaped by your cultural leanings and your educational qualifications . Mine is determined by the city of Mumbai, which has been home to me for over 4 decades now. It is shaped by my family and is influenced by my education and cultural background. So what’s so different about the way I live? The lifestyle of every home maker is different with each day bringing  unique challenges . Sometimes my life runs smoothly, while at times it is a circus.  Thankfully ,I have a laid-back attitude to life and can see the humour in most things.

Mumbai Diary, PHOTO

The Blissful Buddha #WordlessWednesday

At the end of an invigorating evening the Buddha in the lawn looked supremely blissful

FOOD, Opinions

The Banana Graph, Differential pricing and the Indian Budget 2019

The Great Indian Budget On 1st February, Mr. Jaitly is going to present the Union Budget. Many are predicting that this will be his last. That, of course, needs to be seen but currently, Hubby Dear and his cronies have already started discussing what changes the new budget will bring. Will it bring grief or …

Mumbai Diary

Glimpses of The Mumbai Marathon

Once again it is that time of year when Mumbai takes to the streets. This year the enthusiasm amongst the watchers was much less than every year but surprisingly the participants were more than 30%! Every time I see these magnificent runners I get inspired to run but then laziness takes over and I am …

LIFESTYLE, Mumbai Diary

Winter is here but I’m not SAD

Unlike most people, a Winter especially in Mumbai, makes me glad and not SAD

MILLENIALS & BABIES, Opinions

Running the Race : Winning does matter

Recently Little Po and Ms. Papaya went for a toddlers’ event. The air was festive and the competition healthy. The message sent out to the little ones was that all that mattered was that they be there. Everyone would get a chocolate medal at the end of it all. In fact, the common refrain I’ve …