February is all about love as we have Valentines Day on the 14th, so I did a little bit digging of my own while I was on a travel mode, and guess what I got some good infos. The Saintly Suspects: There are actually several Saint Valentines linked to February 14th. One popular story […]
Mark your calendars for January 24th, because on that day, the whole world throws a party for everyone’s favorite superhero: Education! Started in 2018 by the United Nations 24th January is celebrated as International Education Day. This year, the celebration gets even more exciting with a powerful theme: “Learning for lasting peace.” “The sixth International
Hi everyone, its me, Chinmayee (Tina) and I am back again this month with Top 5 Books (Editors Choice) for the month of January 2024. As usual, we take a collective feedback and then make the list. So, lets go ahead. Attitude is Everything by Jeff Keller You should read this book as that will
This post is going to be relatively short. Our book club buzzed back to life this Saturday! Everyone was practically vibrating with excitement to finally jump into some new stories. We tore into our chosen books like starving lions, sharing our thoughts and opinions faster than you can turn a page. It was fascinating to
My desk! Oh boy, it was a wild jungle made of paper. Mountains of receipts, rivers of notes, and maybe even a fossil of last week’s coffee somewhere under there. But today, I was armed with a giant trash bag and a whole lot of bravery. Time to tame the beast! As I dug through
: Hi everyone! So, I watched a lot of movies in December 2023 and here I am with my brutal honest reviews and overviews about the movies! The Invitation Rating: ★★☆☆☆ (2 out of 5) Summary: Evie, a struggling New York artist grappling with the loss of her mother, takes a DNA test on
Support is a word which we all are aware of. In this poem, we’ll explore the idea of support that feeling of help and kindness we give and receive. It’s like a warm hug or a helpful guide in tough times. Through simple words, we’ll talk about how important support is in our lives.
In Serenityville, at Sunshine School, Mrs. Patel, a friendly teacher, gathered her students for an exciting chat about New Year Resolutions. “Hey, everyone! Let’s talk about New Year Resolutions – promises we make for the new year. Cool, right?” Mrs. Patel grinned. Ravi asked, “But why do we even do this, Mrs. Patel?” “Good question!
On December 23rd, we celebrated our Secret Santa. Initially, I thought I would be the one who was going to be late, but I arrived first. Dhwani came next, followed by Bhavik, and later on, others joined. We were all in a festive mood and very excited. Once everyone was in, we had to put
Forget diamonds, these guys had tommy guns. Hollywood loves a good gangster tale, but before you start practicing your “fuggedaboutit” accent and rehearsing your mob boss strut, let’s peel back the silver screen curtain and take a peek at the real stories behind these cinematic gangsters. Because friends, the truth is often less happily ever
Hey there, bookworms! Ready for a reading adventure? We’ve got five awesome books lined up for you this month. From a motivational island to a poetic journey on the challenges faced by women, these reads are like a literary buffet for your brain. Let’s jump into the summaries and see which one grabs your attention!
This was out first meeting of this month. Today at Third Wave Coffee our usual place was taken so we found another but it had a nice view. Today 4 of us were there Ankur, Bhavik, Nirav and Me. Rajeshwari, Meher, Dhwani, Vikram and Pritam couldn’t join due to work and other commitments. Bhavik having
Have you ever wondered about the beautiful sound of bells? These timeless instruments have a rich history that spans centuries and cultures, creating a beautiful symphony that resonates across the globe. So today, lets go ahead and read the origins of bells and explore the fascinating stories behind these iconic creations. The Ancient Echoes (1000
In a quiet Indian village surrounded by lush green hills and winding rivers, there was a lively lad named Aarav. His infectious laughter and warm spirit made him a favorite among the villagers. However, Aarav faced a unique challenge – his legs didn’t carry him as effortlessly as others, so he relied on a wheelchair.