Day 4/10 days of gratitude
The lady on the left doesn't know cooking, the lady on the right is an expert ;) #breakingthestereotype
All thanks to the quarantine!
I have a history of fleeing a country as I wasn't motivated enough to cook for myself (😜) But I survived coz I was around people who cared enough to feed me nicely, but at the end of the day you're really on your own. This quarantine taught me the importance of this life skill. If you want to survive, you can live on any food. But if you want to live a "content" life, eating what you like + what is good for your body is important. So when I started to miss my bangalore home food, I started to make them here (in Goa, where I work). I surprised myself each time I made something and it helped regain my confidence so much! What I thought wasn't in me at all, emerged from me with such ease (OK I'm exaggerating, it was never easy 😝), at the end of the day brought so much satisfaction. I definitely shocked many people during these encounters, including my friends and family who had given up all hopes about me entering the kitchen. I'm glad I let myself do this!!! So so soooo grateful for myself!
#indianfood #nomnom #goadiaries #eternallygrateful #choices #bangaloregirl #southindian #perfectioninimperfection
#traveler #peace #goa #yogateacher #indianyogagirl #india #quarantine #gratitude
#quaritute ---> get it? 😏