This topic has been something I have wanting to write ever since I got married. Wedding planning, dress fittings, trousseau shopping, honeymoon booking and so on. The list goes on and on. And the whole wedding planning process can take a toll on new brides that can result in a few tantrums, a bridezilla and the worst some breakouts (trust me, we can even manage a bridezilla but a break out before your big day is like your worst nightmare coming to life). Continue reading “Wedding Series”
The weekend is fast approaching which makes the little baby inside me very happy. And moreover this weekend I’m flying in to Dubai to see the husband (And the girl inside me is happy now). But for all those who aren’t travelling and refuse to leave their beds, I have a list of all the movies released in 2016, that should be on your watch list (saying with a gun on your head). The list is made from movies that have been nominated and/or won at the Filmfare Awards (Hello Oscars in a burkha). Continue reading “2016 Must Watch – Bollywood”
1. Maternity Leave
So this week, the internet shook (like there was an earthquake) when India passed the bill to extend the paid maternity leave to up to 26 weeks (which is a lot, I think I might just get pregnant now, lol jk). Anywho, Mashabale wrote about this, which made me realise that bro this has gone international. Makes us cool, yo!
Continue reading “#CoffeeShots – Maternity Leave & More”
The other day, I was having the perfect weekday evening of lying in jammies while I scorch my brains with lots of melodrama, heavy costumes, and not to forget the over the top acting. Don’t judge me, I like my Indian soap operas on occasions when there is no chilling with Netflix (no pun intended). Plus that’s how to wind up after a long day at work. Maybe that’s just me? (I need to learn other ways of leading a sane life). And to all the never ending dramas, there was one common plot: ‘tu meri bete k layak nahiin hai’. With this the hypocritical mother in law meant, how did my son fall for a dweep like you, I mean just look at you. And this common plot of bullying the daughter in law (who I must say, bro get a life, no body is so selfless to get your own husband married off to a scheming woman, just because your mother in law asked you to do so), actually got me to thinking about the whole perfect daughter in laws that all parents want for their not so perfect son.
PS, long post alert!
Continue reading “Why do people think ‘perfect daughter-in-law’ is a good idea?”
Writing this post means an end to the long awaited Hala Feb weekend (3 days looooooooooong weekend bro! *put’s on shades to act cool*). For those not in Kuwait, Hala Feb is a month long celebration in Kuwait on the occasion of Kuwait’s National day on 25th Feb and Liberation day on 26th. The Hala Feb celebration includes amazing sales, beautiful decor, amazing food and crazy crowd on the roads. In theory Hala Feb is also celebrated as the commencement of spring (which means bye winters. You will be missed, not!) Continue reading “Hello Sunday!”
While making a list of topics of what I should write for a proper post, I thought why not speak about this question that I was asked by many ‘are you ready for marriage’? even after I got married. I mean this is the question that keeps lingering in my head that actually makes me whine a lot to the mister that I can’t do this marriage thing, it’s child abuse (hello big eye roll from husband). And then I eventually stop and get back to normal life (things that don’t include ‘the man’) and I forget about the cribbing. Continue reading “Marriage. Are you ready?”