Anxiety | #AtoZChallenge

Hi All,  This is my first attempt at writing for #AtoZChallenge. I had been procrastinating for long, so I thought of getting back to blogging with this challenge. While the challenge says we aren't supposed to write on Sundays, I end up writing today just because I missed writing on the first day itself.  So, the first post of the blog is dedicated to the letter A. Now, there could have been many words with this letter however, since I have tried to keep a theme for the entire challenge; I chose the word Anxiety.  We all know the dictionary meaning of anxiety and hence, there is no need for me to tell you again what this feeling is. Wondering why I chose this word? That's because I have been feeling so off late. I can say that anxiety is the other name you can attribute for me. No, I am not being judgemental about my behaviour. But this is what I have been feeling since I can think of.  We all are sailing in the same boat... I am sure I am not the only one goin

What's on my mind?

There's so much on my mind, Facebook What all should I write? You have space, I know To take in my rants But does everyone around have the time To read and comprehend What's on my mind? I have been trying- struggling To come to terms with What's best in me? What's best for me? What's in store for me? I have been trying- to stay calm But the humdrum in my fickle mind Refuses to die. The pen and the paper stare at me from the shelves of my cupboard I look away fearing it's a waste of time, Yet, my heart yearns to take them together and flow with the movements of one on the other. There's so much on my mind, Faceboook What all should I write? There are hundreds on my friend list, Not one to lend an ear, Everyone is moving along in their world, While I crib and cry.

Home Delivery Review of Lunch Pi, Perungudi

This post has been due since long. And, finally I managed to put it here on the blog. Lunch Pi has been a blessing in disguise whenever I have had to order food in a short span of time. Food, which not only tastes good but is also well-packaged, and filling enough. All this at a decent enough cost. Lunch Pi's menu ranges from Rs100-300. Their combos are to die for, while there standalone menu items such as pasta and lasagne are worth the money spent. More importantly, the food is cooked well and is never ever dripping of excess oil, which is a usual site in otherwise restaurant food. However, I cannot say much on this as whenever I have ordered, it has either been the Chinese Combo or North Indian Non Veg Thali or Pasta. So, with the coupon that I got via Chennai Bloggers Club, I was super confused as to what should I order. Having eaten almost all of their Chinese Combos, and since dinner was already by then, I decided to order some standalone items from their menu. I chose