My New Year’s wish list (because resolutions are so passé)

And finally, complain less. They say that we need to focus on what we want more of. If we keep talking about our problems then they tend to grow. Instead I’m going to focus more on the good stuff in my life.


A blog? Why now?

Jokes apart, the last year has been so eventful and such a revelation in many ways that it has changed my thinking. It might have also changed me as a person (at least a little bit). I think that 2015 was the biggest learning of my life until now; full of growth and pain. It took me, threw me around, put me through the wringer and supplied with an abundance of saltwater it washed me till I was sparkling clean; then I was put out on a line to dry. Now I feel so shiny and new that I should be featured in a detergent powder commercial!