100 Things To Do before You Die

After a month long trip in India I almost forgot I had a blog (blame the biryanis and festivities). I was probably still in a holiday mood and putting my thinking caps on to write was the last thing I wanted to do but since life is back to normal my blogging mode is officially on.

Blogging was on halt for sure but what never went out of practice was internet surfing and while going through articles on Facebook and Pinterest I came across many posts that were a sort of a checklist titled “100 things to do before you die.” A lot of writers and publishers these days love to inspire their audience and the stories they share makes you wanna take the next flight to Paris and have dinner at the Eiffel Tower with your loved one or participate in the lantern festival in Thailand.

Popsugar.com has got one of the most wackiest lists ever. One of the hundred things is to Jump in a pool of Jell-O. Now that is something!
So one fine day after Zo left for work I sat down to make my blog schedule which is when I realised that there are a few things that I personally would love to do in the near future.

Those of you who follow me on Instagram already know how much I love to take pictures of the things I do, the places I visit and most evidently, the food I eat. The experience of being behind the lens is priceless. Although I am not a professional but I am getting there.


Loraine Pascal, Nigella Lawson and Manuela Kjeilen are magicians and they are the reason why the baker in me is longing to take form. I’ve had many disasters with the oven which is why I actually gave up hope but I guess it is time to rise from the ashes.
*googles recipe for chewy brownies*


Fashion and styling has always attracted me. Being a stylist to someone and giving lots of advice on the perfect look is something I aspire to do. Seriously it HURTS to see people making a fashion faux-pass and I really want to save the world from a fashion crisis.

ย Okay now this is really sad. I am doing Masters in Journalism and I have to say that being a journalist is what I would like to do before I die. I wish it was just ineludible. Nevertheless, it’s my first love and I think there is still a little hope.

Which brings me to the conclusion,

“I have dreams and aspirations, and I will achieve them. That’s not a threat, it’s a promise.” ย – Amanda Riviera

Forever and ever,
Samreen Ahmed


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