Arathi Menon spent her childhood in Bangalore where she learnt to love dogs, trees and beer. At the age of thirty-five, she found herself divorced and trying to rebuild a life from scratch. In the process, she rediscovered fun, began to value all the little things that make life such an astonishing gift and got back to writing. She lives in Bombay and is addicted to happiness and books. "
"Leaving Home with Half a Fridge is her first book.
RT @SauravDatta29: FTII denies scholarships to dissenting students
by @unopenedbottle - 3 hours ago
RT @tajmahalfoxtrot: The real problem with Jaipur Lit Fest is not the participation of RSS ideologues – it's the sponsor https://t.co/Zp9uV…
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RT @nxthompson: Story for the evening: The twisted tale of a professor, and murderer, in Huntsville. https://t.co/yzyGm6dwn9
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Arthmenon - 3 days ago
'Why do we need to create drama in an interaction that will last a couple of hours?' and other thoughts that truly puzzle me #stillfiguringitout
Arthmenon - 5 days ago
Here's an innovative way to beat Mondays and other happy suggestions that involves chewing. 'I have another friend who beats Monday morning woes by having jalebis for breakfast.'
Arthmenon - 17 days ago
'For me, there were a lot of little bits about life I figured out this year right from the fact that pumpkin can be cooked with skin to understanding love and hate can coexist in a single point in the same time frame.' What are you going to figure out this 2017? Happy New Year and happy figuring.
Arthmenon - 24 days ago
'It's the night before Christmas, when all through the house, nothing was stirring, not even the crackle of wrapping paper from a gift sneakily being opened.' On gifting, for Christmas.
Arthmenon - one month ago
'Why does money become the definer of quality?' explored this week on #StillFiguringItOut
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