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Day 55

Today I’m grateful for that time I packed it all up into a suitcase and capitalized on revision month at Trinity College Dublin by traveling around Europe with the amazing Chelsea. While so many countries encourage their youth to go out and explore the world, it seems insurmountable and honestly daunting to the average American…

Day 47

My parents joke that I was born with circles on my feet, a Hindi expression meaning that I’d travel a lot. I started traveling by train around India when I was a few weeks old, (which sounds hilariously pretentious, now that I’ve written it down) and I moved from India to America at 1 month!…

Day 41

Almost didn’t post today because it was a hell of a day. Be it hormonal, mental or physical exhaustion – I was the walking definition of a hot mess. This last month man! It has consisted of nonstop work, commuting and spending some evenings, yes, the obsessively instagrammed ones, enjoying concerts and life. What I…

Day 40

Grateful for little moments of art in the beautiful city that has my heart, San Francisco. The Asian Art Museum is definitely at the top of my “must visit” list. Apart from being smack dab in the middle of Civic Center, the Museum has an impressive, carefully curated and constantly changing selection of some of…

Day 33

Grateful for this most enchanting boy of Braj, our Radharaman Lala! You have had my heart since I was a little girl and your lovely flute darshan keeps me coming back every year. May I always remain attracted to your little ankle bells and may I one day truly understand the meaning of the “aaj…

Day 18

Grateful for the weekend, two days to wind down, shut off and do my favorite thing – nap. Grateful for the beauty of this cycle, every week, and the peaceful moments of contemplation that accompany it.

Day 11

It is funny and powerful to see how much my relationship with faith is coming up in my reflections on gratitude. I feel the need to reinforce that I don’t mean to come off as preachy or intend to show off accumulated, regurgitated wisdom. Gratitude reminds me that there’s someone out there looking out for…