When you turn 20 years old, it hits you like a wrecking ball. It’s an odd realisation that you are already a third of senior citizen and the worst part is that you are not a teenager anymore. The fact that there are no significant physical changes is what makes a whole lot scarier. When we were young, we watched all those grown-up people and think “My! Such big people with their all big, sorted and independent life, must be some fun.” Now that I am that big and old, it turns out life is really big but not at all sorted. You just get used to all the chaos and calamity in your life until that point in life where it feels almost too sinister when things seem to go perfectly fine and as planned. I too, being a victim of adulthood, am just rowing my boat in the sea storm, in the hope of land, just like all the adults out there. I seem to have an extra disadvantage that I overthink things. I can literally write ‘making mountains out of molehills’ as a skill on my resume. That combined with tons other ‘personal’ factors make it quite hard to carry on with life normally. A lot of steam builds inside, which needs a proper outlet, else disaster will happen.
So this blog, ‘Specs & the City’ is that valve, to let myself talk about everything I want to talk about or want others to listen. Even if no one cares, I just want to put it all out there hoping for some clarity in mind or just to make space for the new mess. I ain’t interested in the politics, sports or all those ‘adult’ stuff. My life is focused mainly on love, food, fashion and all the little insignificant things. all those things which make me who I am inside.
A final note to all the lovely readers out there, hope you enjoy these little pieces of my mind and heart. Do apologize for some errors and forget not to share your experiences, cause one-sided communication is no fun!
So cheers and continue enjoying the madness called life.