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Exam time Upma

When it comes to cooking, I am, well what can I say…

When it comes to cooking, I am, well what can I say – lazy, bored, unenthusiastic, indifferent, blah blah person ever. Two years back if you would have asked me for simple chai, you would have got nothing. But destiny teaches you. Now I am able to feed myself, not with junk, but with healthy self-cooked food. I still don’t enjoy cooking as much. But I have taught myself taking care of me. And cooking and eating good is part of it.

Upma is one of those recipes – for lazy ones. Its easy, quick, tasty and healthy. I think its perfect for students. Specially during exams when you don’t have much time for cooking, but you can not eat outside, still need to fill your belly to keep you engine going. So, this month I thought to share my upma recipe with you all.

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First Medical Experience and January 2017 Round-up

In one of her latest blogs, Kate La Vie talks about this…

In one of her latest blogs, Kate La Vie talks about this tweet which says January was a ‘free month trial’ and February should be considered a s a New Year. Seriously, I do not understand how it is February already. I feel like I have not seen January at all and its gone nothing as planned.

The start of this year has been something else for me. Like everyone else, I had super killer plans for the new year and the new start. I was never that resolution kind of girl. But for the first time in so many years I had few resolutions and few plans. Which did not include fifteen solid days of fever and pain and sickness. I never get seriously ill. But this January was one with too many “firsts”. First doctor visit in United States of America, first flu (which turned out to be false diagnosis), first kidney problem, first IV (which is Intravenous Therapy – Indian translation Saline). Yeah! Pretty much went through hell. But, going through these I  learnt few things. I learnt a bit more about American medical system, got familiar with how my medical insurance actually works. So, I thought why not share little of what I went through.

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5 reasons why you should start cooking your own food

Its a busy life. Student life is so so busy, you have…

Its a busy life. Student life is so so busy, you have tons and tons of tough assignments, deadlines to meet, projects, studies, exams and tests. It is obvious decision of students to eat in a cafeteria, join a mess, hop restaurants or just survive on subways. But let me give you some solid justification that why you must start cooking your own food. And trust me it is manageable with your studies, in fact it would be rather helpful in your ultimate success.

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