What I’ve been upto lately…

Here's a short update on what I've been up to these days; not much hashin' here though. Also, I've got a new intro and a surprise topic coming up soon for the next episode, so go hit that follow button to get notified as to when it comes out!

The Midnight Library

Name - The Midnight Library Author - Matt Haig Genre - Fantasy, Contemporary Year of Publication - September 2020 Summary - Nora Seed decided that it was time to die. But what happened was that she didn't die - per se. Instead she wound up in a library filled with books that could show her … Continue reading The Midnight Library

15 day course on soft skills

So TCS released this program called Career Edge where you get to hone soft skills for 15 days along with information on accounting and AI provided by NPTEL (which is included in the course). Each day, you receive a module to complete over the 15 days, and you're to complete the module released on that … Continue reading 15 day course on soft skills

From Clouds to Food – The spreads from May to July ’21

This was kind of a period where I wanted to test the waters with my creativity on making bullet journal spreads. Throughout this time, I found myself improving a bit more on the efforts that I put into my doodles that I make for my spreads and that gave me a chance to branch out … Continue reading From Clouds to Food – The spreads from May to July ’21

The push that you need

I haven't been on top of my game lately. By lately, this goes back to almost more than just a few months. The reason? Unfortunately, I'm unsure of what it might be. So I sat down and decided to think about what stopped me from making regular content; getting on top of things by staying … Continue reading The push that you need

Things I wish I knew as a Freshman

We've all been there - "the phase where you're fresh meat" as I'd like to call it. However, in times like these; it's more of not knowing how to start off, given that you're stuck at the monitor at home instead of a table inside a classroom. Here are my thoughts on the stuff that … Continue reading Things I wish I knew as a Freshman

Pushing to the Focus Zone

After two weeks of classes at Uni, I realized that although I state that "I want to be productive," I don't see much signs of it happening. And I think the reason for that is focus. Here's my guide as to how I get back into "the zone" to check off that box on my … Continue reading Pushing to the Focus Zone

A Little Life (The Spoiler Version)

*This review has spoilers so read at your own risk* Name of the book - A Little Life Author - Hanya Yanagihara Genre - Novel, Domestic Fiction Year of Publication - 2015 Summary (From Goodreads)- When four classmates from a small Massachusetts college move to New York to make their way, they're broke, adrift, and … Continue reading A Little Life (The Spoiler Version)

Rowlet – Digital Art

A bit after I made the graphic lettered art, I wanted to test my coloring and shading skills using digital art. This was around the time when I learnt a bit more about what Pokémon is, and the different characters in the universe. This particular one caught my eye and so I decided to try … Continue reading Rowlet – Digital Art

Finding Solace in Being Alone

For me personally, I think this is something that I feel hasn't been addressed enough - it's okay to find solace in being by yourself. Wanting to feel alone isn't something to feel bad about, and it's okay to enjoy your own company. This is termed as introversion and for introverts, we like our own … Continue reading Finding Solace in Being Alone