Last week I finally felt brazen enough to start going to the gym. And to be honest I am spend more time sanitizing the equipment than exercising.
According to the Government rules, it is not necessary to wear the mask while we are exercising alone. That means we were the mask until we reach the gym, where they check our temperature and we sanitize ourselves before we enter.
And then we sanitize the equipment before and after using each of them. So yeah it takes longer than the usual time. But hey, we all gotta do what we gotta right?
How has the new world treating you?
What I read this week
I had to stop reading The Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin in the mid way last week because I was not loving it. Maybe I will give it another try later this week.
But instead I picked up The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi and ended up liking it. It is an Own voice that I can get behind. If you wanna read a historical fiction set in India, this one should be your pick.
What I watched this week
I am watching Modern family on Netflix and SuperStore on Prime. I am alternating between them but I am ensuring that I am not binging on neither. I am definitely taking it slow
On my blog
In case you missed the posts from my blog, last week.
Book review of The Sittaford Mystery by Agatha Christie
The One Where I Learn About UV Index: Sunday Musings #87
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
Around the blogosphere
I went on blog hopping spree last week and these are the posts that I loved. I hope you enjoy them as well.
- Kriti from Armed With A book has a guest post from author Tony Johnson about cultural appropriation in fiction books.
- Sumedha talks about ten truths about blogging that no one talks about in her blog The Wordy Habitat.
- Laura speaks of the tropes of strong female protagonists in her blog Boats Against The Current.
From the Insta-world
Here is what I posted on Instagram during the week. Give me a follow, will you?
Let us chat
How has the new normal been changing you? What are the small things that have changed for you due to the pandemic? Let’s talk.