My Look Up Story: Optimism is the Key

I have always been an optimist; at least that is the thing I have been taught by my family members, especially my parents. There are a lot of times when optimism has helped me surviving the thorny circumstances. Be it, board exams or any personal crisis, I have not given up. I have never bowed down to the problems; I have rather faced it and fought it with optimism and obviously, self-confidence. Among the zillions of such instances, I would like to talk about two situations where optimism helped me survive the pain and wretchedness of those certain situations- When […]

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#MyFamilyMyPride: The One Who Created Me

Having been born and raised in a semi joint family, I had the opportunity to learn a lot of different things from each and every member of my family. Where my mother taught me the basics of a human life and reading books and writing postcards to my maternal grandparents, my grandmother taught me to be firm in my decisions, to be strong yet sensitive.  My childhood days were like what every child should get. Learning a new thing everyday- related to life, relationships, sensibility, books and toys. My grandfather was the only one to tell me stories from Panchatantra to his […]

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#UnconditionalLove: Asus Zenfone- an Alternative Valentine

Before writing the post,I want to clarify that I have a boyfriend since 2007 and I love him so much,secondly, I don’t own a Zenfone. The post I am going to write has nothing to do with any of them, my boyfriend won’t be upset for this and this post won’t get affected for not having a Zenfone. Since we started dating, wenever chose to celebrate Valentine’s Day as our anniversary comes right after it, instead we celebrate our anniversary. But I won’t deny that whenever I watch other couples enjoying Valentine’s Day, wandering here and there with hands in […]

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