When’s the last time you took a break from social media?Continue reading “Digital Detox.”
Hi! Hello! Greetings!
It’s been a while. I thought it would be a good idea to sit down and have a little catch-up sesh before I put up any other posts this year.Continue reading “A little life update.”
I turned 24 two weeks ago! For the first time in a while, I wasn’t overcome with a creeping, lingering sense of dread about getting older. I’ve got neutral feelings about my age, about my life thus far, and that feels great. It feels great not to be so hyper-focused on a number. I look forward to arriving at a place in my life where I’m content and at peace with everything.Continue reading “Turning 24.”
Happy Sunday everyone!
How have the past few months been treating you? 2020 is still proving to be a pretty crazy year.Continue reading “A little life update.”
Who would’ve thought that 2020 would be the year that an infectious disease would bring the whole entire globe to a standstill? Not me! But here we are. Continue reading “Thoughts on the Coronavirus pandemic.”
Today’s my Bloggerversaryyy!!
Exactly 3 years ago, May 13th 2016, I started tinathandi.com. You won’t believe what my very first post was about: an article on Norwegian DJ Kygo (I was a huge fan at the time, don’t ask 😂).
It’s amazing to see just how much my blog has changed since then. Continue reading “Why I started blogging.”
Hellooo beautiful people! I thought I’d get back into doing Taking Stock posts again as a way to try and touch base, so here’s my latest one! Hope you enjoy! Continue reading “Taking Stock.”
HAPPY, HAPPY NEW YEEAAR EVERYBODY!! 🎉💃
How was your 2018? What were the high points and the low points and what did you learn from them? What are you hoping and praying for in 2019? And what do you hope to leave behind in 2018? Continue reading “2018: My year in pictures.”
Hellooooo beautiful people! 💜
How’s your 2018 going so far? 😊 Time already running away from you? Me too.
We get so caught up in life’s day to day happenings and all it’s mundane repetitive routines that we forget to stop and take a step back and look at the bigger picture.
I feel like my life is so, so different now to the way it was even just a year ago. Continue reading “Where I’ve been…”