Over the last few weeks I’ve had such wonderful get togethers with people I hadn’t met in a long long time. My heart is still overflowing with appreciation & a sense of belonging & realizing how important communities are for me. In Feb I visited India & told one of my high school friends whomContinue reading “A shared history”
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May on the Move- Stranger
I got inspired by the prompt on Instagram in the ‘May on the Move’ series. The prompt for 5th of May was #stranger ‘Trust a stranger’ It’s what my book Colours of a Cultural Chameleon is about, right?It’s not only what my book is about, but also my own motto in life. It’s my wayContinue reading “May on the Move- Stranger”
A chat: home, community; all things that matter
“Where is home?” Watch the recording from 37 min onward (or the whole conversation, if you’re really interested 🙂 ) It was wonderful to have been part of this conversation & as you probably know I am truly grateful to MITS&P (MIT Spouses & Partners) for creating this close-knit & safe space for all ofContinue reading “A chat: home, community; all things that matter”
What’s in a name?
Third culture kid, Cross culture kid, second generation immigrant, ‘person with migrant heritage’, mixed race, mixed heritage, half-half, the dash…. What’s in a name? Why this desire to describe others in fixed categories? Why do we need to “fit in boxes’? I hate ticking boxes. Recently I came upon this wonderful TEDx talk, which deeplyContinue reading “What’s in a name?”