Becoming Vegetarian

One of the things I appreciate about living in India is the immense amount of vegetarian options. I was raised a carnivore, in a meat (with every meal) and potatoes household. I never really saw anything wrong with what I was eating. I grew up in the country and it was common to go buy a pig or a cow … Read More

And then there were three….

One of the reasons that Abhi and I decided to establish some roots is that we were ready to start a family. In 2014 we were blessed to welcome a son into the world. I never realized someone could feel so much love and happiness as I do when we look at our little one. Who cares if this is … Read More

Time Flies- Now in India

As the saying goes, time flies when you’re having fun. It’s been an eternity since I have posted and so much has happened in our lives. As I last posted, Abhi and I have been wanting to settle down given the stress and exhaustion that comes from living in a constant state of transition. Well… we have done just that. … Read More

Dividing Our Lives: A Travelling Lifestyle

Abhi and I have been blessed to have our own business and to be able to travel as much as we like. This has enabled us to be able to travel relatively freely between both the US and India, dividing our lives between the two countries. With the two of us being from these two countries these have been our … Read More

Culture Attack

As anybody who has lived in a foreign place for an extended period of time knows, there are many different stages that you go through regarding culture shock. After perusing the Internet, the inefficient way in which I spend too much of my time, I stumbled across an excellent blog that goes into detail about the different types of culture … Read More

Being in an interracial relationship

So a new found interest of mine is to browse the website Buzzfeed. I probably am on that site way more than I should be. Recently the site has had quite a few posts regarding interracial relationships. Interracial relationships can be defined in many different ways. While I prefer to use the term intercultural to define my relationship, interracial is … Read More

Personal Growth

2014 brings to us a new year. It’s hard to believe that it has been so long since I have been blogging. So much has happened over the last year and I have grown tremendously as a person. As I began getting ready to get the blog back up and running, I took the time to look over some of … Read More

7 Things I Love about India

Abhi and I head back to the States next week and it’s hard to believe that our time here this year has gone by so quickly. Earlier I shared with you the seven things I love about living in the States. India, on the other hand, is a complex and magnificent culture that I am still learning more about everyday. … Read More

The Sun Rises

Hi everyone! Sorry I’ve been MIA. Abhi and I went out of station on a tour of Agra and Jaipur and then to Dudhwa National Park (details to follow soon). I was welcomed home by a non-functioning site that had been taken down by hackers. Lovely, not! Any-who, after finally finding a back up, I was able to restore my … Read More

The Award Goes To…

The internet is filled with thousands upon thousands of blogs on a variety of topics. While the authors of these blogs carry on and continue to blog, I think it is important to give them kudos and let them know that readers care about what they have to say. While I read tons of blogs including food blogs, mommy blogs … Read More