I first started journaling at the age of twelve. During my adolescence, my journal entries typically started with "Dear Diary", to be signed off with "Love, Anjali". This post is a tribute to those journals that held bits and pieces from my adolescence.
Recently I sat through an interview where I was asked about my strengths, weaknesses and five year plans. I couldn't help but think of some semi-honest replies. Thankfully, I did not blurt them out in hopes of landing the job. Read more to find out what really are my strengths and weaknesses.
I made up this word. People have to-go boxes for takeaway orders. I have a bunch of to-go memories. Safely tucked in my backpack, there are a couple of photographs, a journal, letters, handmade cards, and some personalized gift messages that Amazon delivered years ago. These are what I call my to-go memories; the bits … Continue reading The To-Go Memories