Guess Who’s Back? I dunno. I was listening to Eminem yesterday (while working out, don’t judge!) and it seemed fitting.

So, since I can't go back to sleep after fajr (early morning prayer) and it's technically not a work day (though I did work yesterday, on a Saturday, yes!), I figured it's high time to actually blog. I could continue to re-post content, but I met a nice young lady the other day at a… Continue reading Guess Who’s Back? I dunno. I was listening to Eminem yesterday (while working out, don’t judge!) and it seemed fitting.

What’s in a name? I don’t know, Shakespeare, you tell me!

  Sometimes I wonder whether Cake & Cows is too limiting of a blog name for me and my writing. I've created - albeit a very minuscule one - a brand for my online "presence." Most days, I like it. I am just as crazy and whimsical as the name would suggest. That dressing up… Continue reading What’s in a name? I don’t know, Shakespeare, you tell me!

On Writability: Why I write

You know that guest post I mentioned a couple of weeks ago? Well, it's finally up! Check it out here. If you're a writer, I'd love to know the reasons why YOU write, so please do leave a comment. Also, the header image my sister drew for Cake & Cows's first birthday is back -… Continue reading On Writability: Why I write

The end of April seems to be fortuitous

It's not very often that Facebook inspires me in a positive way, but it did this morning when I decided to click on that "On This Day" link in the sidebar just 'cause. For today, I was reminded that on this day one year ago, my first ever article was published (Well, technically it was… Continue reading The end of April seems to be fortuitous

Note to self: It will be okay

For the past week or so, I've been feeling super overwhelmed and inundated, as my previous post should have made rather clear. I go through these cycles in my life when all the demands seem too much for me to handle. It could be my perfectionism, my fear of failure... With respect to failure: What… Continue reading Note to self: It will be okay