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I am worthy, despite having dated the unworthy. I recognize the cheaters, the liars and the fools. Looking back I figure I was more in love with the idea of being in love than the person I thought I loved. Pain came and pain went, and I allowed myself to date again.
He ordered a bottle of red wine, my favorite kind, and asked me if I knew who Mr. Berry was. After two glasses of wine, I was laughing, really hard. It was as if all at once the toxic anger, the remains of sadness and the stabbing betrayal, was being purged out of my system simply by laughing. The kind of laughter that Cosmopolitan doesn’t advice letting out on first dates, the kind of laughter that snorting sneaks its way into, the kind of laughter that is saved for after you are done putting your prettiest-pedicured-foot forward atleast twenty-five times.
Want to know how he swept me off my pedicured-feet?
I am currently in New Delhi, writing this post from a charming café, Elma’s, located in Hauz Khas Village, while my French press stares at me with imaginary eyes that beg me to take another sip of what is now cold black bitter coffee.
It’s best friend’s wedding in a few days and as a bridesmaid, I am in charge of organizing a few surprises, that I cannot disclose until after the wedding (in case the bride reads this post while she gets her hair coifed in her favorite manner). What I can disclose is that I am supposed to have the photo-booth looking better than any photo-booth Pinterest has ever seen—my friend and I have only T-minus-very-little-time remaining if we want to win the best-bridesmaids-ever award. Besides the wedding activities and bridesmaid duties, I am also working on a few interviews I have set up in Delhi for my blog’s TALK section and trying to squeeze in time to spend with my grandparents, cousins and best friend, whom I don’t get to see very often. Imagine Cookie Monster’s stress levels when he discovers that all the cookies on Planet Earth have been eaten up, and there is no way he can get himself another chocolate chip cookie; that is exactly how I feel right now except time is the cookie I am after.
Time seems to have bought itself a Ferrari, because I cannot keep up; but I also cannot afford to stress in case it brings with it an erupting pimple that no amount of tea-tree oil and concealer can fix. Instead I resolve to practice my 5 fast and easy steps to a happier and more productive day, every day until I upgrade my engine to match that of Time’s.
Hi, my name is Ishika. Reading packaging labels is my favourite pastime. Skin care is my religion. I am almost fully aware of the benefits of mindful eating and fitness, the version of almost with an 'ish' at the end, as I do answer the late night weekly calls I get from chocolate cake or his mother- a glass of wine. My favourite smoothie is a blend of Vogue's beauty section, a dash of Readers Digest, a pinch of Women's health and whole lot of Allure, sprinkled with Osho's wisdom. OCD is an indulgence I have subscribed to. I feed off of positivity and frequently view the motivate-yourself program that runs in an unidentified part of my body, usually on a biweekly basis. Through the blog, I aim to influence the perspective of beauty in Asia. I am an Indian, because most often stating your nationality is relevant in the part about biographical information.
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