To cut the day to day monotony of life, I have tried various activities. Taking photos and putting on Instagram have become a habit for me. Similarly, I also draw comic strips using bitstrip.com. I have a dedicated page on Facebook titled “Nerdy Laughter” where I post these comic strips. Here is one of the strip that I have created.
All of these activities have helped me to discover something new about myself. Additionally, they relieve me from the boredom of doing same thing again and again.
This year I have decided to write very often on this blog. I won’t be much concerned about the quality of the post. And I also don’t expect any readers to read the bullshit of my life. This blog is my personal space and what I want is to be free from the usual expectations of quality and utility of the post.
Today I had dinner in NUH canteen. I had chicken-briyani and deep fried cauli flower. I don’t know whether it was my hunger or food was really so delicious but whatever it was; I really enjoyed the food today. Afterwards, I had milo.
It is 3:40 AM in the morning and I really need to get sleep.
After a long hiatus, today I searched my blog URL and decided to write something. The first thing I did was to change the title of the blog from “Nothing Much” to ” The Reflection of My Daily Experiences “. I want this year to be more fulfilling. Nothing can be more fulfilling than to be mindful, moment by moment in life. Being mindful has tremendous power to transform mundane activities into an extraordinary activities. With the start of new year, I would be doing some self improvement experiments. My experiments are inspired by 7 Years and 21 Self-Improvement Experiments. Please follow the link for more about these self improvement experiments.
The three experiment which I have personally chosen to do are
Daily meditation for 21 days for 30 min
No caffeine for 21 days
Writing at least 500 words everyday.
I would share my experiences after a week of these activities. Moreover, I am also going to be active on my blog and will try to put my thoughts and daily experiences. I hope these activities will benefit me at the personal level.
As Indian, we all share the love for Chinese food in Indian restaurants. Back in India, It used to be an exotic cuisine we used to have on weekends. Today, I had such food in one of the most popular restaurants of Singapore- Tangra Chinese. The food was mouth-watering and staff quite friendly and professional. I would recommend it to everyone who is missing Indian Chinese food here in Singapore.