Soul Sunday #8

We live in an age where we can spend hours bingeing on TV box sets or surfing social media. But despite these distractions, reading is my all time favorite.

Do you read??  I love reading.

Even after a long day at work, I pick up a book depending on my mood and reading relaxes me by transporting into a different world altogether.

I am happy that I managed to read more than 20 books this year and look forward to more and more reading in the coming year.


“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”
                                                ― Charles William Eliot

How are you planning your Sunday?? I am going to snuggle up in my bed with a cup of coffee and read 🙂




Soul Sunday #6

Post Diwali, I haven’t been writing enough due to lack of ideas and I would admit that I did not put in much effort. Today I am going to spend time in developing new ideas and themes to post.

Isn’t it true in terms of our Life?? If we settle down to live the same old routine, we will get bored easily and there will not be much excitement in living. We should try doing new things every day and be creative as not only it adds colors to life, but also expands our thinking through experiences and learnings and we are never the same person as before.


“Every now and then a man’s mind is stretched by a new idea or sensation, and never shrinks back to its former dimensions.”
                      ― Oliver Wendell Holmes

So, what are you planning to do today??

Soul Sunday #4

As we all celebrate Diwali today, I share this quote on Soul Sunday in the spirit of the festive season.


“Diwali (Lakshmi Pujan/Amavasya) is the darkest night of the year. And our ancestors have taught us to overcome darkness with light. 
When the moon is not shining, neither the sun, sky is dark; India glitters. Proud of being part of such a wise and one of the finest tradition.
Diwali is practicing “तमसोमा जोतिर्गमय” . . . 
Happy Diwali to all. May there belight in your life. . .”
                                     – Harihar D. Naik

How are you celebrating Diwali today??


This is Day 30 of the #DailyChatter by BlogChatter.


Soul Sunday #3

I had a tough week at work and I was completely exhausted by the end of the week. I pondered over the question what can help me and I came across one quote.

I decided to share that here over a session  of Soul Sunday. Have you made yourself a cup of your favorite tea/coffee??If not, please go and make one before scrolling down.

I am hoping today, you start your day off with a smile 🙂


“The most important thing is to enjoy your life—to be happy—it’s all that matters.”
                                  ― Audrey Hepburn


Do you have a favorite quote which inspires you??


This is Day 23 of the #DailyChatter by BlogChatter.

Soul Sunday #2

Hola !

Welcome to my blog for another Soul Sunday Post, where I am going to share a mindful quote to make your Sunday more cheerful and brighter.

While many of you must be planning to go for Diwali shopping today, why don’t you make a hot cup of your favorite tea/coffee and sit back for some time alone before stepping out of your home.

Here is one of my favorite quote, which motivates me to work every day. I hope this inspires you as well.

Happy Sunday 😊


“Your positive action combined with positive thinking results in SUCCESS.”
                                                                                                                               – Shiv Khera 


Which one is your favorite quote? Would you like to share with me?


This is Day 16 of the #DailyChatter by BlogChatter.

Soul Sunday

Sometimes in life it’s good to just stop what you’re doing, take a deep breath and get some perspective.
In the busy lives we lead, it’s not hard to lose perspective on the things that are important to you. However busy you are, be it at work or at home with the kids, it’s important to always make sure you take a few minutes for yourself during the day

Sunday means getting up late, lazing around with newspaper, having repeated rounds of tea/coffee, being in pajamas till afternoon, spending time with family, chalking out plans for the evening and having a relaxed time all day long.

I am starting this series of Soul Sunday, where every Sunday I will share a meaningful thought that I had come across.
I invite you to my space as you laze around, to have a me-time, as you sit down with your favorite cup of Tea or Coffee and cherish some good time with this weekly post.



Happy Sunday to all !!

Here is the thought for today:

“I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you can appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together” – Marilyn Monroe

Would you like to share any thought with me over tea/coffee? Let me know.please.

Until next week !

Today is Day 9 of the #DailyChatter by BlogChatter.


Today being the last Day for 3 Day Quote Challenge, I feel thankful towards Madhavi,who nominated me in this Challenge.

The quote for today goes here :

Quote 3

Expectation is the root cause of many problems, When we expect something from others and we don’t receive, we are hurt. On the contrary, if we do not expect anything from anybody, and we get something, then it will be joyous and more appreciated.

So, it’s better that we do our duties diligently and don’t expect rewards. We will definitely get, what is meant for us.

Today, I would like to nominate all the novices in the blogging world, to take up this challenge and see how great it feels. I am the person, who finds happiness in all smallest things and I am happy today because I completed this challenge 🙂

Rules for the challenge:

  • Post one of your favorite quotes(different quote on each day) on three consecutive days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own.
  • Nominate three bloggers to challenge them.
  • Thank the blogger, who nominated you.

Day II : 3 Day Quote Challenge

Continuing the second day for being nominated for 3 Day Quote Challenge by a blogger friend Madhavi, who writes here, My Quote for today is :

Quote 2

Life is a gift of God and the purpose of Life is to be happy.

We always desire to be happy and contended but we never understand that the meaning of being Happy.The pursuit of happiness lies in creating and giving happiness to others. It is the journey which will bring inner peace and mental happiness. And the purpose of our existence will be achieved.

You will be happy when everyone around is Happy.

Stop complaining !

Don’t Blame !

Help Others !

Become Generous and Empathetic !

Today I nominate these fellow bloggers:

  • Akanksha, who blogs here
  • Urvi Negi, who blogs here and
  • Chris Baker, who blogs here

Rules for the challenge:

  • Post one of your favorite quotes(different quote on each day) on three consecutive days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own.
  • Nominate three bloggers to challenge them.
  • Thank the blogger, who nominated you.

Keep Blogging and Be Happy 🙂

DAY I : 3 Day Quote Challenge


I agree and follow this rule in my Life.

Silence is a powerful tool to deal with cranky situations.If one is silent, it should never be understood that he is weak. He,in fact, has the wisdom to be patient, listen & understand and then act accordingly.

I have been nominated by a blogger friend Madhavi for a 3 Day Quote Challenge and this post is first entry.You can visit her wonderful blog Here

Thank you Madhavi for nominating me and instilling blogging in me as a daily routine. I am novice here and such challenges provide a boost to me.

Rules for the challenge:

  • Post one of your favorite quotes(different quote on each day) on three consecutive days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own.
  • Nominate three bloggers to challenge them.
  • Thank the blogger, who nominated you.

I nominate these fellow bloggers on Day I:

Himali Shah, who writes here;

Shubhada, who writes here;


Urvija, who writes here.

Hope you participate in the challenge, Happy Blogging 🙂