Green Day rightly sang Wake Me Up When September Ends . At least, I feel like that this September. Mostly because the advent of this month...

Weekend Fix: Of Soul And Symphony

Green Day rightly sang Wake Me Up When September Ends. At least, I feel like that this September. Mostly because the advent of this month has brought in an avalanche in my personal life. I won't disclose much; all I can say is that it has been an extremely testing first half of September. Emotionally, I have been a complete mess lately. And it wasn't until I had a catching-up session with a friend who has recently returned from U.S. that I stopped believing that I am having the hardest time. It was that realisation which pushed me from the path of wallowing in self-pity to the trail of reclaiming happiness.

Blogging is one of the key things which make me happy, no kidding. I love penning down my thoughts and dishing out little anecdotes along with stuff that makes me wonder-eyed. Weekend Fix is the result of that love; I'm planning for it to be a weekly (or monthly) writeup sharing the Watch. Listen. Learn. that made me break into that wide grin. So, let's dive into this weekend's fix...

Watch- TVF Tripling

It is no secret that I live for journeys. Hence, my watching a road-trip-based web-series on a rainy Sunday afternoon shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone. Now, TVF Tripling is something which made me laugh non-stop. Although a bit cliched (Think The Darjeeling Limited in the form of a road trip), the plot is still fresh and the dialogues are hilarious. The best part (or the worst, you decide)? The web-series is 5-episodes long, something which makes it perfect for binge-watching even if you don't have a lot of time to spare. C'mon, check it out already now!

Another thing I am a complete sucker for is reinvented Punjabi folk songs; I get eerily satisfied when I come across any of them done right. Imagine my delight when I came across Coke Studio's version of Laung Gawacha at 4 AM one night. Yes, you read it right, 4 AM! I have been listening to it non-stop for a few weeks now and I still haven't had enough. Do I need to coax you into hearing it anymore?

As I've already mentioned, I have been having a rough time. Meditation is a quick tool which assists me in clearing out my head and helps me regain some composure. Plus, it is a great way of taking stock of the situation. Funnily enough, if you'd asked me my views on meditation a few years back, I would've laughed in your face. And now, I'm always on the lookout for different ways to meditate! I came across this video on meditation for beginners and I have been itching to share it with you folks ever since.


Do let me know in the comments below if you want me to continue doing Weekend Fixes, your feedback matters. And until next, take care.

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  1. 1) Watched Tripling :D
    2) Heard Laung Gawacha as Suggested by you.
    3) And the meditation video , really a good pick. :D
    I suggest you need to continue with the Weekend Fixes.
    Just loved 'em.
    M waiting.. xD

    1. Glad you liked the picks. I hope I continue with the Weekend Fixes too. Cheers.


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