(Pre) Post 21st March

Dear Diary, I keep coming back to you. I keep leaving you behind. I start writing my thoughts down and then I forget to do so. I am being reminded that keeping a diary is a good idea every now and then… But then, life happens and I forget. Anyhow, I am reading Bridget Jones…

New Year Resolutions: Books and Reading

Good morning, world Today I opened my e-mail and found a letter from my favourite online book seller Book Depository, offering me a whole big smorgasbord of fiction books. They called this list “Reading resolutions”. We all know about New Year Resolutions. We make them. We break them. We forget about them. How about we…

The best and the worst of readers’ blocks

There is such a thing as Reader’s Block. Yeah, right. Everyone knows about writer’s block. But not many people know of readers’ problem and even less people care about it. However, being a very polygamous reader myself  I suffer from this infliction very often. Thinking about it, working though this damned block at every stumble, I…

My Digital Sabbatical. Day 1.

How do you start being offline? Are there any rules? Is there any protocol or etiquette to adhere to? I don’t know. Thus, I am making it all up as I go. This Saturday morning I turned off Wi-Fi and Mobile Data on my phone. I logged out of all the online accounts. I did…

Paint me a picture. Imagination rulez

I got this image from a Facebook post. I have no idea what it was about. It does not matter, not really. I just loved this photo. I loved this view, this perspective and this… promise. Middle Earth, Ozz, fairy land of sort, land of your childhood, any land you can think of, you can…

Degas… surpisingly

I was talking about ‘countdowns’ the other day, wasn’t I? I was looking for something that would keep me on the task, that would push me on, make me be persistent, responsible and boringly regular… Here is an example of ‘countdown’ I experienced in real life. Degas Exhibition at National Gallery of Victoria is running out….