Gratitude List – August 2016

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  1. Sulekha says:

    What a fabulous gratitude list.I have just started venturing online for shopping, enjoying the process but a bit wary of trying new things 🙂 I was home in Mumbai for Rakshabandhan and had a great time but am missing Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at home, can’t run off to Mumbai every few days, can I ?

  2. Beautiful reminders of happiness and togetherness. I would also like to join with you in #WomenAtWork post. Let me work out for this.
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  3. Geets says:

    I wanted to participate in the #WomenatWork event, but couldn’t. I was travelling then. Kasol, with my sister, remember? 😛
    It’s always fun to have friends as families, right? Loved your gratitude list! Here’s to the kickass September you shall have!

    Cheers

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hey Parul, your post made me recall how important frienda and family are. While friends are always motivating in whatever we venture our family supports us and allows us to grow. Nice post.

  5. Mabel Kwong says:

    Lovely gratitude list, Parul. Always good to keep ties with those along the way because who knows, we may need a friend in need one day. And not just for the benefit of ourselves – company often lifts all of us together. As you said, we get to share jokes with each other that we know and used to share, and so share good moments and feel good once again 🙂

    For August, I am glad to have traveled to a few new towns around me. It is refreshing to have gotten out and explored away from my usual territory 🙂
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  6. samra says:

    Its always the little things, isn’t it? I am going to copy this practice sometime soon.
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  7. So glad for you that despite the ill health you’ve been doing well. Wonderful to give gratitude for the simplest things life. Stay blessed and wonderful, Parul.😃
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  8. Rajlakshmi says:

    Online shopping is so convenient. I even have a separate card just for that 😛 love your #womenatwork initiative. It has so much potential to spread positivity about working women from all aspects of life. Glad you are enjoying your home cooked food. Take care 🙂
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  9. Rachna says:

    So lovely to read your gratitude post, Parul. A big thumbs up for the homecooked food. 🙂 August has been hectic workwise. Traveled to Mysore for the Independence Day weekend which was great fun. Was sick with a nasty cough for a week due to the weather. But overall a good month. September begins with a few birthdays in the family including the younger son’s, some holidays and festivals and the mother of all pains, SAs or terminal exams for the kids. 😀 So a mixed bag there. Hope you have a great month.

  10. Chandni says:

    Hey Parul, hope you get better and hope you continue to find joy in the little things like home cooked food and friends and family and keep sharing them with us . What’s in store for September ? Give us a glimpse !

  11. Rajiv Bakshi says:

    The only Blogger whose posts I don’t forget to read . Being part of her gratitude list in June 16 was a bonus .

  12. Hey Parul, good to see August was the month you united with friends and are well surrounded. I’d say August was a pretty good month work wise, reading and writing…hehe bonding with my Socio teacher after a decade on FB. Yes! It makes the month good and got a new pair of jeans…hehe
    Keep shining

  13. bellybytes says:

    I just love reading your organised list of gratitude. It is a nice practice to share your blessings with the rest of the Universe, more importantly to positively reinforce the energy that makes your world a happy place to be in.

  14. Vidya Sury says:

    Thank you for joining me, Parul!
    Friends are a treasure, truly 🙂 I am glad you had a good, loving month! Online shopping is a boon for me, as it means I can focus time spent shopping for routine stuff can be better diverted. I saw your rakshabandhan photo on facebook – so pretty! Yay! about the home-cooked food. That’s half your health goal met!
    Oh yes, having a doctor friend really helps, especially to clear doubts and explain things that doctors feel we should automatically know!
    Looking forward to the WomenAtWork hop, Love and hugs!
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