“Always remember that, nine times out of ten, you probably aren’t having a full-on nervous breakdown ⏤ you just need a cup of tea and a biscuit.”
Greetings my dear readers. This post might not be all sunshine and rainbows, but it’s okay to give the sun a break sometimes. You see, we always try to have a rosy outlook on life, and everything is golden; but sometimes it’s hard to keep that up. That is the truth of life. That in the course of living we run through many emotions. Sometimes, it’s better to let those emotions take their time. Instead of constantly trying to change some emotions, constantly trying to make them better, sometimes we should just let them be. And once they’ve run their course, we can get our soulshine back too.
Welcome the morning with a cup of tea, and the rest of the day will welcome you.
Greetings, dear reader. I know I’ve been gone long, but I’m back with some brilliant plans for this blog and my tea life! As I mentioned in my last post, I was busy with examinations, and one thing that really carried me through those days was tea. Although I am an avid tea drinker, I wanted to get into the habit of having green tea every morning. Not only is it very beneficial for health, it is quite refreshing too! Continue reading
Tea is my favourite kind of aromatherapy.
I have always felt that that tea is a brilliant onslaught on the senses. I have also said before that tea is an experience, and it is true. Each tea is a unique one. In recent days, one of my favourite tea experiences has been that of the lemon green tea by Lipton. My sister came to visit us after a long while and brought some teas for me, one of which was the lemon green tea. And while I was sipping this light, zingy, refreshing tea, it really hit me how tea is not just any experience, but an experience for all senses. Let me narrate for you just how that is. Continue reading