10 little things that will make you smile instantly

What is your ideal definition of happiness? Of course it’s subjective, but your very own interpretation of happiness keeps evolving with age. In order to achieve the ‘ideal’ picture worthy moments, we end up on missing those little joys life has to offer. Let’s change our lenses and hunt for those little smiles instead.

5 reasons why you should not bottle up feelings

There are many situations where you want to say things but you do not. You keep those words to yourself and they get buried in your heart. Their burden makes you overwhelmed and with time, you land up bottling up feelings.

Do you just watch a movie or get emotionally attached with it?

Prior to the pandemic, I thought ‘Netflix and chill’ was only for cool people who did nothing good with their time. In these months of lockdown, I realised movies and webseries play a larger role in our lives. I now try and watch stuff and my opinions have completely changed.

4 new things I will try this month for myself at home

We all have that phase in life where we surrender ourselves to monotony. We accept that completing education, getting a job and following a routine life is the ultimate measure of success. Somewhere, we kill those little sparks that push us to try new stuff.

Discarding your most cherished memories

There are so many ways of going back in time. If you journal, you can turn pages. If you click pictures, you can open your gallery. If you collect stuff, you can open your little treasure box. Going back in time is easy. The difficult part is in swallowing the emotional spring that crops upContinue reading “Discarding your most cherished memories”

The month that made us proud: June 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to the first newsletter by Alphabetical Mirage. June holds a very special place in my heart. And if you have followed my posts earlier this month, you will know why (it is my birthday month!). Hence, I thought it will be an excellent month to start my monthly newsletter. If you are new toContinue reading “The month that made us proud: June 2021 Newsletter”