Dear People, We are nearing the end of 2016. Another year passed by just like that. Good things and bad things happened around the world. Take what is good and leave what is bad. Because what is bad for you may be good for somebody else. Whether something is good or bad is subjective. I … Continue reading Consequences of Laziness
The exercise for day-7 is to post something based on a social media message. I was given an option of 5 tweets and I have to pick one and write about what it triggers. Since the following theme is more prevalent in my blog and very relatable to me, I'm picking the one with the … Continue reading Creative Procrastination
The day-6 exercise of Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration is Space to write. Describe the place where you write. This is going to be an easy task. I write most of my posts either from my bedroom or in a cab while I am on the way to work. Everybody knows how a cab is. To … Continue reading Space to write
Social media has great benefits. It has greater disadvantages. It has become a battleground. People take sides and strive hard to one-up the others to show that their belief, their idea, their religion, their favorite actor, even their dog is the best one. The Internet is a great equalizer in that it gives … Continue reading Find, then Forward
The Day-4 exercise is A Story in a Single Image. I have to choose one of the four images and use it as a setting for a poem, write about how it makes me feel or describe a memory it conjures. I am chosing the below pic. This picture reminded me of the recent vacation … Continue reading A Story in a Single Image
The exercise 3 in "Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration" series is a one-word prompt. I must choose one from – Hope, Regret, Home, Choice, Secret, Abundance. The very act of choosing is required for this and thus I decided to write about Choice. Choice – the only omnipresent thing other than God. You may not have … Continue reading Choice
This post is written for the Day 2 exercise of the blogging course Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration. The topic is List. The exercise was to write a list on any of these four topics - Things I like, Things I've learned, Things I wish and Things You're good at. Since the main idea is about … Continue reading List: Books read in 2016
Hello, people! I signed up for my third Blogging University Course for this year - Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration. If my manager finds this out, he probably is not going to give me a pay raise this year. Anyway, as part of this course, I will receive emails with prompts for 20 days and I … Continue reading Day one: Why do I write?