“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost
It’s time to say goodbye to 2016, one of the best years of my life. Why, because I understood the true meaning of the above quote.
The decision to leave your job to follow your passion is the road less traveled and those who have done, the rest is history for them.
I am happy that I did it too 🙂 and it has been a great journey so far.
Friends, my one learning from this decision is that you always find a way to keep going on that less traveled path. So don’t think much and get your journey started on that less traveled path. 🙂
I am waiting for those extra kilos to shed away. My love and passion of eating is not allowing me to do it.
Above is a dream dress for my wedding and I don’t have much time.
Share your tips! How did you manage to fit in your dream wedding dress? How to lose belly fats? 😦
Hope my Fortune smiles on me for this!
Wow! A New Horizon to aim for!
December 2016 has also been a wonderful month for me. I always wanted to be a teacher, spending time with kids, playing with them and a little bit of regular study. When I was between 8-10 years old I opened a school with my friends. And I appointed myself as the school principal. Every evening after our regular school, we children used to gather on the terrace to study. We did take school fees from kids, around 10 paise to 25 paise and I still remember celebrating Saraswati Puja (Festival to worship the goddess of knowledge, music, arts, wisdom and learning) with all the kids.
I am grateful to the Law of Attraction for bringing this long due dream into reality. This month I got appointed as a creative educator at Helen O’Grady Organization in Navi Mumbai, India. The organization is an International platform that aims to provide a self-development through drama programme for children. The four Cs that this organization focuses on are Communication, Confident, Creativity and Collaboration.
It feels awesome to get involved and teach something that you are passionate about. We teach improvisation, speech value, projection, poem, how to respond to various situations in life. It is a platform to teach kids life skills, experiential learning and much more.
It has been only a week and I can say the journey has been great. I have already experienced the fact that when you become a teacher to kids, you become a student of life. There is so much to learn from them.
Every child is unique. They are naughty in their own sweet way. They fight to have fun. Boys are more mischievous than girls. I am so excited to share my learning with you all in coming post.
Above pics are from my class. I am also posing as a teacher 🙂
Enjoy and have fun!
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I love Vikas Khanna. Yes, I love him! I admire him! I adore him! He is my Magic. He is my inspiration.
His story has already inspired millions. He has gone through life with dedication and perseverance. He didn’t let his passion of cooking die with all the struggle he faced during his journey. He has taken the Indian cuisine to an international scale.
I had the opportunity to meet him during Times Literary Carnival on December 2014. After his interview in the Times Literature Carnival I jumped from my seat to grab the mic to ask him a question. I was alert all the time during his interview to grab this opportunity. He asked me to come up on the stage to sing a song along with him. And we did sing a song and danced together. That day is one of the happiest days of my life.
His innocence, humble and down to earth personality teaches us not to forget the true essence of human life, that to help each other and spread love.
Love You Vikas Khanna :-*
This one corner of my balcony is teaching me so many lessons of life.
My mom bought this plant and it is kept in our balcony. Within few days it started growing. My mom tied it with a rope and dangled it on top so that it can grow without any obstacles.
If you see in the picture, the rapid growth of this plant stopped as it reached the floor. But even with this obstacle and Tiny space this plant is making all the efforts to grow.
I was not paying attention to this plant, but when my mom told me the situation something struck my mind.
Our rapid growth in our life is also possible if we set ourselves free from negativity, small issues, and unnecessary fights. And when you can’t avoid or change little negativity in life make sure you don’t let that stop you to do what you want to do in life.
Let our life blossoms like the Aromatic plants around us.
This year Copenhagen celebrated the Cultural Night on 14th October. Cultural night opens the doors of various museums, libraries, educational institutions, theaters, churches and the main important of all the Danish Parliament.
I felt wonderful to be there in Copenhagen to witness the cultural night. We tried covering a lot of spots and started our journey with the Danish Parliament.
I must say that I felt like a Local in Copenhagen who can easily get access to the Parliament. I don’t think so that I will ever get a chance to go to the Parliament here in India.
It was a thrilling experience to be inside the Danish Parliament. Sharing the pictures below.
It was my Little Sister Monika’s birthday this week.
My life is incomplete without our fights, love and care for each other. She makes my life
Sharing one of my clicks on her birthday that is shining crystal clear in phone.