The Day’s Just Starting.

The alarms went off, not the physical ones which are ever so kind and ring only when they’re supposed to and stop at your command, the alarms in context here have no sense of respect, they will come at you with a vendetta solely meant to disturb you and your balance and ironically get stronger …

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13 Things I Learnt During COVID19 Lockdown

1. Being a homemaker is tough and under appreciated I’ve seen it everywhere around me, that homemakers don’t get close to as much appreciation as he/she should. That we as fellow family members should be more thankful and vocal about our gratitude towards them, but we simply fail to do so. During the last 6 …

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A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

Summary : A grumpy yet loveable man who finds his world turned on its head when a young family moves in next door. Synopsis : This book, as the title suggests, circles around every little detail that happens around Ove and his daily way of living. This is a man who is very tightly bound …

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A Letter To My Doctor – Bestfriend During The COVID19 Pandemic!

Dear bestfriend, You know, it is already difficult that a person you feel so close to, lives a few thousand miles away from you on a totally different continent. But it is all the more difficult with your profession and these torrid times, that a man cannot help but worry even after all the assurances …

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Becoming By Michelle Obama

I was really looking forward to reading this book because I thought I’d get an insight of what it was like living in the White House and what it was like to be the First Lady. But this book is so much more than that. Celebrity memoirs are often like fondant-covered cakes, laboured to blemish-free …

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Raavan : Enemy Of Aryavarta By Amish Tripathi

The third instalment in the Ram Chandra series, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta, follows Raavan’s life, set in 3400 BC. A fierce warrior, brilliant scholar, ruthless businessman, powerful king, artist, musician and statesman all rolled into one, Raavan is known in mythology as the villain who kidnapped Sita, wife of mythical god Ram, in the epic Ramayana. Instead of …

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Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

The story revolves around a guy (our lead) who goes by a few names ranging from Lindsay/Lin who later gets his Indian name ‘Shantaram’ while on one of his adventures in a village in India. Shantaram is about a man who in one life was a robber/thief and who escapes a maximum security prison in …

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I Remember You

I remember you smiling everyday, A smile that took my breath away.   I remember your laugh so contagious, Effortlessly lifting my mood so serious.   I remember your scent so beautiful, The strings of my heart it'd pull.   I remember your hair so pretty, It'd flip my day so shitty.   I remember …

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5 Signs You’re Overtraining

Disclaimer : I don't own this article. It has been taken from the link below : https://www.bodybuilding.com/content/overtraining-signs-and-solutions.html You’ve been going hard in the gym—working your legs, chest, arms, shoulders, and every other muscle to reach your goals. But are you going too hard? Working too much? Could you be overtraining yourself? Yeah, you might be. The dictionary states, "Overtraining …

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