The Thought Behind Born Free

Written as part of HARPs Round 5 Team: Butterfly, Points: 3+8+2=13 What I want to share with you today is unlike what I usually post. I’ve seen many ‘identity crisises’ going on around the blogosphere, and that has gotten me thinking- what is the identity of my blog? The reason my blog is called Born Free was… Continue reading The Thought Behind Born Free

Our Ironic World

You know, just the other day, I was thinking about how wrong everything is. Society is messed up, the world is an avenue of hate, the people are egoistic and vain and crude, and everything is so endlessly and unconditionally wrong. But as it turns out, our world is an ironic place. Evil comes with good,… Continue reading Our Ironic World

I Return With a Bang (Sort Of)// A Life Post With Too Many Pictures

I was supposed to be all excited to write a post some ten days ago, but apparently, I wasn’t.  Well, hello there! Long time no see! A lot has been going on in my life in the time I wasn’t around. Most of the things that’ve happened are pretty unimportant little things, but it’s the… Continue reading I Return With a Bang (Sort Of)// A Life Post With Too Many Pictures

The Change Award, The Month, and The Hiatus

When I first began to get tagged for awards and such, I used to be super ecstatic. That’s when laziness took over. It’s been the ruling party for so long, but now, the opposition (me, basically) decided to make a move. Today I’m going to be doing The Change Award, a really neat tag by… Continue reading The Change Award, The Month, and The Hiatus

A Mirror to My Self

An aesthetic to reflect my personality, inspired by Gracie’s post (which was inspired by Lonelymeme’s post). Haha, good ideas travel far. 😉 i love: stars, the ocean and the play of words, seeking songs that are whispered, too vague to be heard,  the fog in the mountains, sunlight through the trees, a walk by the… Continue reading A Mirror to My Self

Roadside Markets// Indian Bazaar Photoshoot

One of the most prominent things about India is its street markets. They are many things, fascinating, colourful, and bustling with life. But today we’re dealing with colourful. There is much I did when I was on vacation last December, and apart from tripping, breaking a nail and getting a blister, which is all only… Continue reading Roadside Markets// Indian Bazaar Photoshoot

What the Sea Tells Me

On our recent vacation, which was the main reason for my absence throughout December, we visited the sea twice. Once it was for a ferry ride and once it was to visit the beach. And while we were there, I remember my mom randomly asking me a question- what do we learn from the sea?… Continue reading What the Sea Tells Me

Yes, I’m Somehow Getting Into a Bad Habit of Not Posting// A Little About My NaNo Novel

Guess who’s back? Here’s a hint- it’s meeee! I don’t think you want to know what’s been up with me this December. I did only one other post and then went on another of my uninformed breaks and now it’s almost new year day. Well, I’ve been lazy and travelling and also reading quite a… Continue reading Yes, I’m Somehow Getting Into a Bad Habit of Not Posting// A Little About My NaNo Novel

The Great Comeback: How I Survived NaNoWriMo 2017

So apparently someone hasn’t been here in a long while. And you noticed. Or maybe you didn’t notice and just sat there munching cookies (I want some) while my fingers tap-danced for hours together all November, but that’s a different story. Well, dancing ain’t really my thing in the first place, and so you may… Continue reading The Great Comeback: How I Survived NaNoWriMo 2017

Long Time No Art// Artist Interview with Buttercup@ Typically Untypical Teen

I’ve been busy. Don’t roll your eyes now. Things have been going on, I’m so happy about all the support I’m getting for Design Pique, and that’s been keeping me very occupied, so I haven’t posted for some three weeks. But I had to get back here and patch things up, and art is very… Continue reading Long Time No Art// Artist Interview with Buttercup@ Typically Untypical Teen