Hi readers,

P.S: I’m sharing this bit, on the experience of my recent visit to a Bannerghatta national park in Karnataka.

What is common sense?

According to Google, natural ability to make good judgments and to behave in a practical and sensible way. (Well it’s true! And most of them have common sense in the human world)

Well, like common sense one should have a zoo-sense in national parks, safaris or zoo to nurture the animal world.

List of zoo-sense

  • Don’t tease the animals, not just because it’s a rule or warning in the zoo but animals are already irritated in a glass cage and us by teasing them makes even worse.
  • Don’t feed the animals (especially monkeys), animals are bind to survive from natural food habitat. We feed them chips, biscuits and other packed foods are not good for them, they not only lured by these foods, but they also become chaotic when they don’t get.
  • Don’t use plastic, national parks are still breathing because of green, and by using plastic-like water bottles, packed foods (throwing around!)we are waning to suffocate. P.S: dust bins are jobless, please make them busy.
  • Respect forest guards, it’s a boring job when all the excitements layoff, one has to stand and watch all-day for animals and us, not an easy task for them.

Rules are made for the disciple to act on, even the forest expects little discipline from us. By following it we can contribute to mother earth.

Glimpse of national park



Are we Travelling or Visiting?

Hi readers,

Nowadays millennials and post-millennials are having a crazy on a hobby called travelling. From Instagram bio to Resumes they add their hobby as travelling.

Are we really travelling? Take a moment and note a difference between travelling and visiting.

If you don’t get it, don’t worry just read till the end to find the difference.

Imagine you are planning for a vacation, spot a holiday trip, book tickets to travel (2 months before), book a lodge, plan a schedule to sightseeing, eat, photos, enjoy, make a memory and finally back to home. Upload photos to social media and hashtag #traveller #travelgram…..

Did you just travelled or visited those places. You planned months before and pre-booked everything, you just visited the places as you planned. Sometimes if you have any relatives and friends then you stay at there place. You are visitor right!

Travelling is something that you pack the bags, spot a destination and go… From one place to another, you didn’t plan to visit the places but you travelled to explore those places.

Most of us are just visitors and not travellers. So next time chose your hashtags accordingly and also correct your resumes if you are travelling or visiting. Cheers!!


The cry is for female?

Do we have any law in any country that only women can express feelings, outcry and other mental expressions to the world?

After an hour google check, I didn’t find any such laws or acts in any country.

Why is this stigma that men should not cry?

God made us right! Like male-female and others, animals, birds, environment and what not?

Apart from all physical and mental changes from male and female to birds and animals, he inserted one common thing in all living organism, that is an emotion. Then why to hold our emotions which is inhabited within ones. If the creator has not discriminated in feelings then who are we to do it?

It’s ok if man vents out emotion through crying. Don’t judge them and don’t forget when a baby is born its first emotion is crying. In spite of being a boy or girl.

We should not restrict ourself in just respecting other people, we should learn to respect others feelings too. Cheers!!


Resolution checked!

Hi readers,

Welcome to the year 2020. Hope you have listed your resolution for this year.

Are you struggling to keep the resolution for even a week? Don’t worry it’s just not your problem it’s everyone’s new year’s old problem.

You require a strong will and determination to keep up. Wait how to be determined for a longer period? Chill, I’ll tell you how. Just relax and scroll down. Cheers!!

Who said resolution to be planned for a whole year. Let’s break it down to 4 quarters. One breakthrough tip just keep 2 resolutions for a quarter so that you don’t have the pressure to do it.

  • Quarter cold – January, February, March.
  • Quarter hot – April, May, June.
  • Quarter rain – July, August, September.
  • Quarter mixed – October, November, December.

Seasons change, so the resolution has to be adjusted accordingly.

What adjustment has to be made? Let’s decipher this, one famous and common resolution everyone lists on the top, guess what GYM!!

Source: wiki commons

January is a cold wave month where rugs get more hugs. Planning gym at this month a big NO. You will end up breaking with the resolution in the first week only.

So plan an activity that you can complete in closed doors. Like reading books, cooking, music, dance, indoor games like chess, yoga, exercise, drawing, painting etcetera. If your list is in the above activities just a tick for the Quarter cold.

I think you got some idea right. Then pen down your quarter cold before the quarter hot jumble your thoughts.

Hot gets sweat, Oh GYM it is. what are you waiting for? tick it. Add or continue with older resolution.

At this time your determination has to be built strong. So that you can again tick on the gym. Sweat dripping rain then rainboots are ON. Well, quarter cold again turns ON in quarter rain.

Quarter mixed has to be unlocked and tick what you want to do, apart from routine.

Extra Cue

All-season resolutions are still on the list note it down.

  • Helping others
  • Short break with social media
  • Family time
  • New friends
  • Adventure
  • Creative
  • Say no to hate
  • Happy hugs
  • Hi and smiles and many more

Well, being social is an important task to make it every day walk. So don’t miss it.

Source: Shutterstock

Don’t let your comfort to ruin your plans just break the solace and make it happen. Daily habits keep you happy and happier every day.


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