A preserver of my thoughts and a nurturer of self-happiness, I am Manali, a believer in all's well that ends well. I cherish the act of writing and the process of thinking. Loner to some and warm to others, I swing between moods based on my hunger pangs. Traveler, reader,music lover and foodie are some adjectives which can be used to describe me.
The first time I said “no”
We met at a bar. It was never happily ever...
What all you value sometimes misses the most valuable
Your love or hate for technology is taking on your...
The Clash of Happiness
The burden of the unnecessary
A man who turned out to be close-minded
What you do is not necessarily what you are
Everyday distractions that divert us every day
There’s a lot more to happiness
I dare say I’m not attracted to you at all...
Living, on the Edge
Getting through an Anxious Mind
With Love, from Myself, but was there the Happiness I...
With or Without You
That keeps us going
Why do we look for flaws in others?
And those everyday distractions sidetrack us from creativity and productivity...
The Worth of ‘Less is More’
What You Are is not always defined by What You...
With time I’ve observed, staying lonely makes you appear important
How relationships, these days, get wasted
Exploring the routes to open-mindedness
Most of us are not really very open to Goodness
Where the life’s purpose meets the ends, and will it...
The Creativity has an Age
The race to instant gratification and fear of missing out
Anxiety and the rest follows
We all are getting wrong about happiness
The Real Million Dollar Question
My End of the Story
The blurring lines swinging around freelance and work-from-home
A Pinch Of Freedom
The One Hour Journey
A Memory Or Reality
A Future Without Me
How Hemingway felt about fatherhood
My Parents’ Daughter
The Art of Not Fretting about Boredom
How smartphone has shaped transportation
A tale of chases
The Death of Centrism