Forever Youthful…

Gliding through the youth, we gradually realize that we are landing on the ground of maturity; a strange phase where youth is left far behind and middle-age is ready to embrace us. Though it’s called a stage of maximum excellence it is often mistaken as a dubious period of life by some.

To handle this situation gracefully, I started following my aerobics instructor’s idea of youthful life, because she always believed in the thought that, “Youth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind.”

Inspired by her lifestyle, and to rejuvenate my inner and outer-self, I  designed a programme for myself that has proved effective to reach my goal smoothly…and the work is still in progress…

So,on this Mother’s Day, I want to share these tips with all my lovely friends.

  •  Yoga for healthy body, mind and soul
  • Nutritious-diet to keep supplements at bay
  • Regular health check-ups
  •  Professional development to be in competition with the smarter generation
  • Social-service to promote sharing and caring
  • Introspection: because there is always scope for improvement

May everyone stays young forever…

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

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A new beginning…

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images-24It’s already more than a year since her latest achievement!

No new publication! She can’t take this anymore!

She has been dealing with it lightly, thinking it was a procrastination phase, which would get over soon, but it actually seemed to be the fear of performing below her benchmark or losing her popularity gained till date…

Has she been doing this for others or herself?

NO…no…she remembered her favorite author’s words, ‘don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say.’

images-16She decisively got up, walked with a stance, reached her favorite place and started writing….

Inspired by the quote of Barbara Kingsolver-

Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and only thing you have to offer.

– Barbara Kingsolver

 

PS- This previous post of mine seems apt to motivate me during my phase of writer’s block.

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