The One Where Little Miss Confident Becomes Insecure

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

Punjabi Sikh Sangat: The Cracks In Our Foundation

After recently becoming exposed to the world of “brown Twitter”, I’ve realised just how deep the cracks in our foundation have become. Why are we actively seeking out ways to divide ourselves rather than to unite? We’re not the same: you’re Tharkhan, I’m Jatt. You’re from Malwa, I’m a Doaban. You identify as Indian, I’m … More Punjabi Sikh Sangat: The Cracks In Our Foundation

Thank You, Next

2018… well what can I say? It’s the end of a chapter, time to call it a day. But first let’s reflect on the year that’s gone by, The poignant moments that made us collectively rejoice/scream, “Why oh why?!” Brexit updates and France taking home the World Cup, Dominated much of the tabloids, as well … More Thank You, Next

The Man On The Train

He’s an older man, most likely in his early seventies. Smartly dressed in a dark grey and white checkered suit, but you can tell that it’s not a special occasion, he always dresses like this. His arms are crossed and resting neatly upon a rounded stomach that moves up and down with each long breath … More The Man On The Train