In Hollywood, Bollywood, Nollywood, Tollywood etc. whenever the on-screen characters have a problem, it’s usually followed by a direct confrontation and a bit of turbulence along the way, but in the end there’s always a positive outcome. This is the typical movie formula and it runs like clockwork. You’re probably thinking, “Well duh Sharan of course … More Confrontation In Real Life Isn’t Like The Movies!
Very recently I was diagnosed with Blepharitis, nothing life-threatening, just a pain in my backside! It basically means that due to blocked up glands around my eyelashes, my eyelids and under eyes can swell up at the drop of a hat, making me look like I’ve been punched in the face. Blepharitis flare ups can … More The One Where Little Miss Confident Becomes Insecure
As much as it may suck sometimes, the past cannot be changed: fact. What we can change though, is our reaction to past events. We’re all capable of holding grudges for years and years, most of the time without even realising it! More often than not we forget the actual words that were exchanged, or … More The One Where I Say “Not Today Satan!”
Sisters, friends, cousins, dad, mum, Her judgement applies to all of them, it spares only one. And that’s herself, that finger will never point her way, As she sits on a pedestal, with so much to say. So and so has piled on the pounds, another is seeking validity on Instagram, One needs counselling, while … More Fix Up
So if you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know that I’m not usually one for making new year’s resolutions. However, this year I’ll be making an exception. My new year’s resolution for 2018 will be to control my destructive tendency to overthink. As of lately I seem to be doing it more often, or maybe … More The One With The New Year’s Resolution
Ok sometimes it is. For example, you entered the world as a really, really ridiculously good looking specimen, that is in fact a prime example of genetic-based luck. … More It’s Not Luck
Do you ever feel as though your life is at a standstill, like time is racing ahead and those around you are progressing (or regressing, as the case may be) but for some reason nothing seems to be affecting you; you’re stuck in one place. Stationary. Unable to break free from the state of monotony that’s consumed your … More The ‘Meh’ Phase