Too Sexy, Too Soon

Our world is a one that capitalizes, predominantly, on women’s sexuality. Taking a look at the most commonly used adjectives employed in pop culture, words, such as sexy, hot, and body-hugging, all seem to provide us with a glimpse into this long-existing socially habitual convention. The word, sexy, in particular, is a controversial one. OnContinue reading “Too Sexy, Too Soon”

A Morning Walk

One of the most priceless gifts that we can ever give to our loved ones is to spend time with them. We can all offer this gift, yet not all of us are consciously aware of its accessibility, necessity, and essentiality. Spend time with your loved ones today. Time is fleeting.

Too Many Icons And Heroes

There are way too many icons and heroes in today’s world. Why? Because people throw around these esteemed titles so easily these days that any one, who’s got the financial backing to hire a stylist can be labeled as a fashion icon, and any parent, who’s got three kids to take care of while jugglingContinue reading “Too Many Icons And Heroes”

Wild Child

Drew Barrymore was on one of the Canadian daytime talk shows last week to promote her products. She’s a mother now and came across as the sweetest person ever. Hosts of the show were quite impressed by her, so much so that they tweeted out how nice she was afterwards. Looking at this woman, whoContinue reading “Wild Child”

A Pop Culturist’s Take On The Greatest Love Of All

Today, I would like to write about an obvious yet neglected, an embarrassing yet enticing, a common yet bewildering, and a touching yet mockery-provoking subject, that is self-love. Self-love is not narcissism. Self-love isn’t the kind of excessive self-centeredness, exemplified so perfectly by countless bikini babes and shirtless hunks on Instagram. Self-love simply is, inContinue reading “A Pop Culturist’s Take On The Greatest Love Of All”

Listen To The Squawking Chicken

I finished reading an awesome book yesterday. The book is called, Listen To The Squawking Chicken, written by Elaine Lui of I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Not only was it humorous and real, but it also was heartfelt and moving. Every anecdote; in particular, every embarrassing moment of unconventional parental discipline turned out toContinue reading “Listen To The Squawking Chicken”

Present Predicament

I argued with my parents last night. It wasn’t because that we weren’t close; no! It wasn’t because that arguing is something that we enjoy doing when there’s nothing else to do in out spare time, no! It was because of a person, who’s been handling a very important business of ours for more thanContinue reading “Present Predicament”

Parents And Their Grudges

Within a family, parents should honor the importance of communication. Children are active observers. If parents hold grudges against each other, children are the ones, who suffer the most!