Everyone loves chocolate. There’s no denying it. Even people who like vanilla ice cream eat it with chocolate sauce. There’s no getting away from this universal love language. From the melt in your mouth Lindor chocolate spheres by Lindt, all the way down to the coin worth eclairs, there’s something … Continue Reading
Even though the year 2020 received a lot of backlash for being a wild roller-coaster ride, one can not overlook that most of us got introduced to a plethora of movies and songs, which helped us make it through this year. It doesn’t matter whether you are a rom-com-person or … Continue Reading
She woke up soon. Too soon for it to be the morning, but too real for it to be a dream. She stared at the ceiling for a little bit and watched the rusty old fan rotate lazily. Her eyes felt heavy, and she decided to close them again, only … Continue Reading
Diary Entry – 26.12.19
Diary! Diary! DIIIIARYYYYYYY!!!
As you must have figured by now, this has not been my most fulfilling year as Santa Claus. It sends jitters through my spine to think that this may even have been my worst performance of my career so far. Ha! One could … Continue Reading
With the even semester finally over, the chilly winters compel you to curl up in the warm cocoon of your blanket. This sets the perfect ambience to skim through an array of paperbacks and hardcovers. Consequently, we’ve compiled a list of books that are perfect for the season. These books … Continue Reading
It’s been two millennia since the birth of Christ and the true essence of Christmas keeps shifting over the years, catering to the vast variety of cultures while trying adamantly to hold onto its roots.
It’s that time of the year again when people set up their Christmas trees, … Continue Reading
The season to be jolly is finally here. Fir and pine trees all around the world are laden with pretzels, candies and twinkling incandescent lights. Carrying an ebullient air about it, the ocassion has always been associated to the big red jovial man we fondly call Santa Claus. The streets … Continue Reading
The coniferous fir tree has become an evergreen symbol of winter festivities. Having no theological ties, it is still the most iconic element of the holiday season. Romans, Vikings, and various other cultures used its branches to signify hope during the days of the winter solstice. Initiated by the Pagans, … Continue Reading