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"What's your name?" "Preet." "Short for Preeti? Nice." "No. Just Preet." "Oh." ".." "..sorry. Hi Jaspreet, nice to meet you."...
"I love you." "LOL." *blocked*...
Pics in your phone that you're never seeing again but they stay earnestly waiting for you to delete them and put them out of their misery.
Uber driver asks if I have a 2K note. I ask why. He says, watch. Offers it to the toll guy who gives it back & says it's ok, no toll. Go on.
Gareeb kare toh 'go back to facebook' ,Ameer kare toh 'Amazing tweet'...
The Darkness within...
Definitely, not just an IVFer...
To a superhero who raised my hero...
The Last Sunset...
Ever heard of anyone who wants to write a 100 books in their lifetime? We have heard of one such person, and her name is Anamika Mishra. Anamika is an author, a blogger, a public speaker, positivity spreader, bibliophilie and much more. We love the way positive vibes are interspersed with beauty on Anamika's webspace, and so decided to interview her. Read the interview where Anamika explains how she seamlessly blends the blogger and author in her.
Two people, one marriage and yet they saw it so differently.
An elegant fashion and lifestyle blogger who loves experimenting keeping in mind the magic word, comfort. She absolutely loves effortless style! Her own designer label Cirare boasts of many creative and attractive designs.
Birthday moments, memories and lessons that endure
Orange kiwi popsicles
Golden Rain Tree
A relationship is complete when both people involved are committed to each other. But what is a half relationship? The way in which two people regard each other is paramount to decide the status of their relationship. A half relationship is a relationship where the boy/girl are more than friends, but are still to commit themselves to each other. It could be because one person is not ready for it or is unsure or because both have a different focus at that stage in life.
The land of promise. The land of freedom. The land where all dreams take wing. This is what we think when we think of arguably the most powerful nation in the world - The United States of America. Millions of Indians have hitched their wagons of ambition to this country, and millions will continue to do so. While the thought of moving to an alien country for a better future is promising, it is also daunting. And this week, we want you to tell us who held your hand and helped you through this daunting time in a strange country, for the #Celebrate4thOfJulyWeek activity at BlogAdda.
"I have a dream..."- Martin Luther King's historic lines find resonance with all of us. Our dreams might not be as lofty or earth shattering as him, but dreams all of us do have. Each of these dreams have a story or history attached to them and we're never really at peace till we fulfill them. BlogAdda in association with Club Mahindra presents the #DreamTrails activity that will take you right into dreamland, and who knows, you might just come back with your dream fulfilled!
Presentation is as important as good content. Have attractive pictures, fonts, etc. on your blog to hook the reader.
Engage readers with well-researched and creative blog posts. At the end of it ask questions or feedback from them.
Bloggers are writers. Even if you're into photography, video making or sketching and drawing.. and are blogging about those skills, you need to write well.
The phrase "It's A Dog's Life" suggests the miserable life that dogs live. From scouting for the next piece of food to fighting other dogs off their territory, it is indeed a tough life. Some people among us also live a tough life with no one to turn to in times of grief?
It quenches your thirst, keeps you and your house clean, and is instrumental in bringing food on our table. What would mankind have done without this elixir of life? The one natural resource that covers two-thirds of our planet and makes it habitable.
Humans are the most adaptive species. We adapt when we are removed from the safe confines of our home and put in a school. We adapt when we move cities. Initial teething troubles persist but we adapt to biological, cultural and seasonal changes. Which is a good thing! The problem is when we get comfortable with our surroundings so much that we do not want them to change.
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