Re-blog: Ten Life Lessons from My Bike

Cycling around the neighborhood on my bicycle is definitely one of the top 5 things I miss the most from my childhood.

Few things in life give you a certain feeling which you can’t explain properly or even label up properly. For me, cycling is one such thing because it reminds me what a wonderful era my childhood was.

I would love to sit back on the seat and hit those paddles once again.

Check out this post by Miriam about how she reconnected with her passion of cycling and I have to say, she is riding along very well 🙂

Out an' About

There’s something about the rush of wind in your hair when you’re cycling that’s totally invigorating. That is, until you find yourself flat on the ground.

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Taher Shah Strikes Back!

Honestly speaking, I didn’t wanted to talk about this in the first place. But then I changed my mind.

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Mix Plate #7

It’s Friday finally!!

A weekend to be at home, spend time with family and just relax.

mix plate

And also time for another serving of Mix Plate.

Enjoy!

PURPLE PROSE 
Purple with poetry, now that is a lovely combination.

COACHMAN PARK SUNSET 
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A Conversation On How To Train The Minds We Work With – Part 2

Here is the second part of my conversation with Kally of MiddleMe.net. Click here to read the first part and do let me know your thoughts on this. Also, don’t forget to check out Kally’s website.

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Yesterday, we had invited a wonderful guest, Hammad to talk about his work as a Product Group Expert (PGX in short), today we shall continue to learn about how he motivate his peers and perhaps you can be inspired to do the same with your coworkers!

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A Conversation On How To Train The Minds We Work With

After joining the blogging world, I have met so many people from probably all known corners of the world. I have made new friends too, who share with me their life stories, the adventures they went on to, the places they have seen, their joy and sorrow, their moments of achievements, their falling to the ground but getting back on their feet, their thoughts, their feelings and so much more.

One such friend I made is Kally of MiddleMe.net. I found her website on The Community Pool of Daily Post back in November 2015 I guess. I commented on one of her post then and she replied to it. I started to check her posts on regular basis and commented on them. Continue reading

Guest Post: How To Find Your Passion?

Saying something about your passion is a piece of cake for some while for others (like me), it’s a bit complicated.

image via http://motivatedonline.com

Thankfully, I found this great article by Kally in which she describe what your passions are and how they shape up our life.

Click here to read this great article