kazuo ishiguro’s 1989 booker winner the remains of the day was a fast, if uneventful, read. it was well-written and flowed… Read more book number six of 2016 + booker winner 1989: the remains of the day [kazuo ishiguro].
this weekend i am: watching fuller house on netflix, running a few quick errands, making progress in all of my books,… Read more weekly roundup 08 // 2016.
this year i decided i wanted to do some food-related adventures around bangalore to seek out the best food this… Read more bangalore eats: my favourite masala dosa.
i don’t even know where to begin talking about this amazing book. the entire time i was reading it i… Read more book number five of 2016: born to run [christopher mcdougall].
continuing with my goal of watching one documentary a month, i watched asif kapadia’s amy over the weekend after my brother… Read more february documentary: amy.
this weekend i am: checking out my final masala dosa place, movie night at avni’s, catching up on some sleep,… Read more weekly roundup 07 // 2016.
it’s been a while since i did a quick recap of things that have been making me happy, so here… Read more loving lately: february 2016.
at the beginning of february i shifted roles within zaya, moving from implementation to a business development and alliances role.… Read more india travels: a work trip to bombay.
the name given to that one dramatic moment in an epidemic when everything can change all at once is the… Read more book number four of 2016: the tipping point [malcolm gladwell].
this weekend i am: saying my goodbyes to bombay and heading back to my garden city. interesting things from around… Read more weekly roundup 06 // 2016.