Guest Post by Mackenzie Ford of Make it Fresh Fitness | Clean Eating Snacks

Hello, my name is Mackenzie, a friend of Reshma’s and lover of health & fitness. I am so honored to be able to share a bit of my passion with all of you here at Written. Completing college with a degree in health and fitness has blessed me with the tools and skills I need … Continue reading Guest Post by Mackenzie Ford of Make it Fresh Fitness | Clean Eating Snacks

Ballerina | Writer | Soccer Player

I have always been a pretty big dreamer. I've had a lot of them come and go throughout my life. There was a pretty long list of things that came to the forefront of my mind, as a child, when asked "What do you want to be when you grow up?" In no particular order, below is a list of some … Continue reading Ballerina | Writer | Soccer Player

that watermelon freshness.

As fall draws near, I am clinging to the last remnants of summer and summertime salads are a big part of that in our home. I'm sure you've heard of combining watermelon, feta and mint leaves into a salad. Haven't we all? Being the watermelon purist that I am, I was hesitant to try it... That is … Continue reading that watermelon freshness.

When Two Became Three, and One Became Whole.

Anyone who knows me knows I love the fact that I'm adopted; that I wear the title of "adoptee" with pride. This is primarily because I came from an impossible living situation in Calcutta (now Kolkata) and was blessed to be adopted into a loving, accepting family. Growing up, I cared nothing about genes because … Continue reading When Two Became Three, and One Became Whole.

i see you, patterns. in everything.

   I'm pattern and design obsessed. I see seek out patterns and textures in everything; even in pavement and paper towels. I fully recognize that it's strange to stare at a your paper towel and be drawn to it's design but, to be honest, this occurs often in my life. Rubina and I look for shapes and patterns in everything! She loves that the mountains look like triangles … Continue reading i see you, patterns. in everything.

life lessons as taught by a novice scooter rider.

      We've spent  much of our summer swimming, barbecuing, going to parks and scooting. A lot of scooting. By "we" I mean, Rubina and by "a lot" I mean A LOT. She is a scooting machine; not a well oiled machine but a machine, nonetheless. She's learning to be patient with herself and to focus … Continue reading life lessons as taught by a novice scooter rider.