• Lifestyle

    8 Ways to keep your peace in the midst of a conflict

    At least one or two, if not all of the people we encounter, are usually angry and deeply irritated. For reasons unknown. Part of being a daughter of God and learning to love has been this- keeping calm and silent, even in the midst of anger and chaos. So, today, I’m going to be throwing light on this: How to keep your peace and calm, in a negative situation, in the midst of a conflict. With the not-so-loved arrival of an almost yearlong pandemic and the fact that most people are very expressive with their negative emotions, life inside a one-bedroom apartment can get really messy.  The plot consists of…

  • Personal Narrations

    Mother Mary put me on the plane

    If I could do one thing and never fail at it, I would be a pilot. Or a flight attendant. Even though I’m not good at math, I’d like to imagine myself in a crisp white shirt (which I’d wash in a washing machine because I’d because rich). And flashing across an overcrowded airport in a pilot’s uniform never hurt anyone, right? My point is, I’ve been fascinated by airplanes ever since I can remember. Every time a plan flew over my head in the sky, I would keep looking at it until it was out of sight. I had tears in my eyes when we were hovering over Hong…

  • Faith,  Lifestyle

    7 Christian YouTubers you should be watching

    Last week, I came across a very unfamiliar term. GAMOPHIBIA – fear of marriage. I thought to myself: “Why would anyone be afraid of marriage?” “You get to wear a designer wedding dress, go to your dream destination for your honeymoon, have sex, play with the babies, read them bedtime tales and grow old with the high school sweetheart you married. What’s not to like?” I know. I know I’m being unrealistic. Marriage is difficult. Given the world we live in, it’s quite easy, I would say, to have a fear of marriage. Broken families, divorce, extramarital affairs, financial problems, family complications- everything is a mess. It’s sad, but it’s…

  • Faith,  Personal Narrations

    Should/ Can I be a religious nun?

    Spoiler alert: I’m being hinted towards religious life. I keep thinking, “Should I become a religious nun?” Reality check: It’s not confirmed. Grade 6: I really liked sitting on the front benches at Catechism class in school (unlike Math class). I’d raise my hand up at every question so I could answer as many. One such day at class, the teacher was speaking about Priests and Nuns. And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or fields for my sake will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life. Matthew 19:29. “Nuns and Priests go to heaven.”…

  • Lifestyle

    What does ‘be you’ really mean?

    I was talking to a friend once as I stood up a stack of chairs fixing something at the top of the door. We were getting ready for a CYP event. Now, if you live in Vasai and don’t know CYP- you suck. So, I told her I was a little nervous and hadn’t prepared to say anything. I was in charge of hosting that evening. “Be You. If you try doing something that’s not you, it won’t work. People will start to notice that. Just BE YOU” – was her very quick answer. I just smiled, thinking, “That didn’t help a lot now, did it?!” Sometimes, it can get…

  • Productivity

    21 Habits all happy people have in common

    We live in spaces that kill happiness. And sometimes, we create those spaces in our head for ourselves. It’s just really difficult to get at something when you’re legit feeling low-key. Especially when the happiness dies because of the mindsets we have. We say our jobs, college majors, school friends don’t make us happy because actually, we don’t know what it is to be happy. So, I feel like we need to talk about certain habits or mindsets that HAPPY people have. Like, face it – we’ve all secretly wondered about that one friend who just won’t frown at all. Well, your girl’s spilling the tea this evening! 1- They…

  • Personal Narrations

    Why I started blogging

    I’ll be honest with you. And I’ll get straight to the point. I never chose blogging. Blogging chose me. Wait. Let me rephrase that: Jesus chose Blogging for me.  I’ve always been the kind of girl with multiple interests. I usually tire of what I do after a while. Not one to stick around. Maybe that’s why I am never able to clearly choose what I want to study in College. Indecisiveness stands firm.  Multiple interests. Sometimes, I want to be cooking for Ritz Carlton. Other times, I want to be discovering statues on the seabed. I want to be selfless. Like Mother Teresa. I also want to be the…

  • Faith

    This is proof of why you need God

    You are reading proof of the fact that you need God in your life. Even though you might not admit it. We live in a world where everyone, deep within their hearts is on a search. It might not be as obvious, but believe me- it’s true. This is an intensely frantic search. We are all in need of someone to talk to, to make us feel special. Someone to really credit us for everything we do. Someone to back us up when we feel like quitting. And, we need someone to talk about our problems. And maybe even solve all our problems. Let’s just say we need a hero…

  • Lifestyle

    10 Reasons I don’t have a boyfriend

    Of all the luxuries a teenage girl can ask for, wanting to have a boyfriend is a huge one. Whether or not you ask for it, the urge to be some cute guy’s girlfriend comes naturally. And, it can get distracting especially when we’re in the middle of, say a science experiment. So, what do we do? If you’ve been thinking about stuff like dating, cute guys and a whole lot of romantic feelings, then maybe we should talk about it. When I was 15, school was a crazy time. All the boys in class were suddenly taller, my friends were talking about romance novels and I couldn’t see why…

  • Lifestyle

    8 Reasons you should avoid vulgar pop music

    We’ve all been there. A friend recommends a new pop song to you. You listen to it and the next thing you know- You’re obsessed with it. You play it on repeat for days and wouldn’t listen to anything else. Until, of course- there’s another song that’s even catchier. But, I’m sure you didn’t check out what the song is about or what are they actually singing, or what meaning are they providing, right? Is that entertainment really worth? But, as long as pop music makes you feel good, you don’t care- right? It certainly doesn’t matter if pop comes with a generous filling of vulgarity, right? It is okay…

Disney gal, high achiever, hallmark movies fanatic, psychology nerd, swiftie, your to-be BFF, and importantly,  A Passionately Catholic, Jesus loving boss babe with a God-given fairytale to live out. I help high-achieving, family focused Christian Boss Babes- just like you, recover from your break-up and actually use it to rebuild yourself. When I’m not leading precious women into their healing, you can find me feasting on Indian food, watching a Hallmark movie or blasting Taylor Swift in the bathroom.