• December 28, 2018

    How I Changed My Life This Year.

    We are about two seconds away from a new year and I can feel the combination of emotions mixing up in my system like a reflection cocktail. While I have been reviewing the year internally throughout its entirety, I really understood what this year was all about for me when I had an end-of-year check-in…

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  • September 25, 2018

    I’m OK with My Choice Not to Have Kids — But Sometimes, Others Aren’t

    I turned 37 years old this past April and as I felt my birthday approaching, I also felt that I was sinking into a new level of truth about where I’m at in my life. I’m surrounded by so many close friends who are getting engaged, getting married, and having children. As I look at…

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  • September 1, 2018

    7 Things I Know For Sure About Relationships

    This summer is officially coming to an end and it’s got me all kinds of reflective. Asking myself what this summer was really about for me and what am I taking away from these past few months as we enter in to the final quarter of the year (so crazy). While there has been a…

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  • April 21, 2018

    Finding Peace With The Decision To Not Have Children

    Deep breathes. This one is hard to write my loves. I feel every ounce of resistance pulsing through my body as I start to type this blog for all of you but while reflecting on what I wanted to share with you this week, I knew it was time to fully share this. I just…

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  • March 24, 2018

    3 Things To Remember While Dating With A Chronic Illness

    Last week in The Chronic (illness) Crew On Facebook, a young woman asked an incredibly vulnerable question that sparked a beautiful thread of honesty and virtual sisterhood. She was feeling defeated and nervous about dating while dealing with a chronic illness and wanted to know if anyone else in the group had experienced any success…

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  • February 9, 2018

    On Mornings When My Heart Is Broken, I Do This.

    On the mornings when my heart is broken, I take things slow. I was sitting in my apartment this week loving myself through a broken heart and I realized that there is a whole different rhythm when my heart is aching and broken.  I don’t open up to you guys that much about my romantic…

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  • April 29, 2017

    Do You Isolate Yourself? Maybe You Shouldn’t.

    My autoimmune condition has always been a huge part of my life, and the intensity it brings to my daily experience is often something I don’t want to burden others with. I shy away from discussing it  even with my closest of friends more often than not .  Especially when my body is flaring up…

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  • December 10, 2016

    My 16 Greatest Memories of 2016

    While I have spent much of the past few months sharing about how challenging 2016 has been for me and for the world, I need to remind myself (and you) that there was also so much beauty in this year. So curl up with your favorite cup of tea and read on about the things…

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