From heart-wrenching love stories to quirky romance stories with a sinful twist, I enjoy reading them all. A good romantic read coupled with a hot chocolate drink and a blanket wrapped around to cozy up to, winter reads have never sounded so perfect! Continue reading Book Reviews: The Kiss Quotient and The Hating Game
Instagram is one of the leading and popular social media channels of 2018. It is also my favourite and one of the only social media handles that I am active on. This visual platform is also an active space for many micro-influencers as well as brands. If you look closely, some people like to organize their accounts and profiles in accordance with a certain theme and some like to show off their photography skills Continue reading My Favourite Apps To Create Instagram Content Like A Pro
Migrating to Canada from Dubai? Here are some useful tips to help you through. Continue reading Migrating to Canada from Dubai? Here are some useful tips to help you through.
This Google map feature is a life savor! if you’re trying to follow a set of directions (like we always do and most of the times struggle), with this new feature we can now hold our phone up, and Google Maps will match the view from our camera to the saved Street View imagery. Continue reading This feature is *lit*
It’s been a great year for many brands. We’ve seen many brands team up and come out with creative marketing campaigns. Continue reading Best of Marketing video ads in 2017
When you plan a holiday, it can be both fun and a tiring experience. Every traveller goes through research and planning phase before he gets to his final booking. According to a recent study report released by Google, on an average, a traveller visits approximately 22 different sites over an average of 9.5 sessions before completing his travel booking. It’s also interesting to see that … Continue reading From inspiration to a holiday experience: The travel content journey
This Marketing era has become drastically digitalized and content driven, rightly so! Every Marketing leader is just interested in numbers that convert. Some numbers makes real sense and some doesn’t, some drives the business and some we can never have control over. Marketing has evolved over the years, from interactive content to influencer Marketing, new avenues are opening up every now and then, it’s just … Continue reading 6 of my favourite Marketing quotes – 2017
Overall rating: 3/5 A quick, breezy weekend read for anyone who is a fan of Bollywood movies and the celebrity Karan Johar. He takes the readers through how his career in the film industry started about through to his best movies and the making of it followed by some of his strong and long-standing friendships. He also briefly talks about his love life and the … Continue reading Book review: An Unsuitable Boy
I have always been known as the ‘dusky South Indian girl’ in my school, but to my parents, I was always the ‘prettiest’. When I was a kid, being teased about dark skin was an everyday thing by cool kids in my school. I know a lot of people have gone through the crisis and have overcome it over time. I fall in the same … Continue reading Dear Mr. Racist well wisher!
Funny. Observant. Wise. Book review: 3.5 stars/5 Yes, it’s the much-hyped book of 2017 by Mrs Funnybones – The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad. The book is a collection of 4 heart touching short stories that will leave you wanting for more. This book with 287 pages is a light read and I managed to complete the read in less than three folds. The first one … Continue reading Book review: The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad
This psychological thriller revolves around three leading characters – Daman, Shreyasi and Avni. Daman who suffers a memory loss after an accident gets constant nightmares of Shreyasi. Every nightmare has the same car, the same girl, the same name with the same climax of her death. As he struggles to give a fresh start to his life with his now girlfriend Avni, he decides to … Continue reading Book review: The Girl of My Dreams by Durjoy Datta
Overall rating: ★★★ If you were to ever look out for the Indian version of Mills and Boons, I would recommend this National Bestseller of 2012 by Preeti Shenoy to be the one. It’s an endearing story of a simple girl – Nisha, who is not too confident about her body falls in love and gets married to the guy of her dreams only to … Continue reading Book review: Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake