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About Me



Thank you so much for visiting my site! My name is Tanvi. I live in Maryland (Washington DC Area). Before that I lived in Texas. 
I am a wanderer. I grew up in New Delhi, India and then moved out to Dubai, U.A.E. during my high-school years. I lived and worked in London, U.K. after finishing my graduation from Switzerland. I part of me belongs to each of those cities/countries.

I launched Tanvii.com (previously known as The Fabulous Life of Not-So-Rich & Infamous) in January 2009 as a diary of my new martial adventure along with my fitness journey. In 2010 the blog transitioned into an everyday style diary with snippets of life thrown in. Today it is a lifestyle site where I share my sartorial and travel adventures along with my uncensored thoughts and opinions about all-things-life. 

People often sugar coat their advice and experiences. I say it like it is, or at least how I felt in the moment! Unadulterated. I would like to believe that men and women who visit the blog use it as an online resource for - comfortable an attainable style inspiration, exchanging life anecdotes and encouraging one another to be who they are! 

Tanvii.com is an eccentric, creative and stylish place for women of all ages. I hope you enjoy!


I am moody, frank, eccentric, detached, methodical, individualistic, erratic, analytical, creative, fair, passionate, ambitious, intense, understanding, verbal, sensitive, naive, impatient, inquisitive, open and logical. // I am honest as long as it doesn't really hurt anyone including me. // I have a poor EQ which is compensated by not so poor IQ. // My hobbies are writing, reading, traveling, shopping, thinking and music. // Three things that can grab my complete attention at any time are good food, clothes and hot guys (not necessarily in that order). // The best thing I have ever done is taken risks. // The most important things in my life are being fair, being loved, self-respect, a good career, family and friends. // My biggest enemy and friend is my hyperactive brain which thinks a lot. // I am reasonably good at creative debating, writing, presenting and working. // I have a bit of ego. // I don't read like I used to. // My weaknesses are chocolates, Indian romantic movies, spicy food, success, power, love to mention a few... // I love traveling. (Like ... LURVEEE) // My biggest fear is having a monotonous life. // My worst nightmare is waking and finding myself on an island all alone. // My biggest tragedy is not being understood. // I think my “Theory of Irony of Life” is true. // I want to be able to fly and I feel free. // I want more friends who really love me. // I think a lot. // When I am in upswing, it shows as focused intelligent work and philosophical pondering. In downswing it becomes destructive attitudes, sullen moods and laziness. // I can write poems only when I am sad, touched or obsessed. // I accept myself and people as they are as long it doesn't disturb my peace of mind. // I think purpose of every activity is happiness. // I feel money is by luck but knowledge is by hard work. Hard work without a clear aim is stupidity. // I believe in love. // God is mankind's imaginary friend. // I think true love is only for lucky. // I think in the end, nothing really matters ... except how one feels.


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