The WordPress community is an exciting group of bloggers to be a part of. You get to read what others, in your field, are writing. I came to know about Seth Godin a few years ago. From that point on, I started following his blog as well.
A few years ago, I bought the domain name tushar.blog but discontinued it. As my website had the name “Tushar’s Blog”, so the domain name had to be “tushars.blog”. I observed the same thing in Seth’s Blog, as well. I read a blog post from another blogger, Apivut, who happens to be a fan of Seth Godin, and I noticed the same logic behind the selection of domain name. 🙂
Yesterday, I was randomly cleaning my house when, all of a sudden, I discovered a massive outbreak of fungus in the storeroom. Then, I spent the next four or five hours cleaning the room. While clearing the junk, I found many compact disks (CDs) and old documents while reminded me of my school days.
I also discovered two desktop computer cabinets and two laptops. One laptop was around thirteen years old. I cleaned it thoroughly and found the windows keys missing from the keyboard, which brought a smile on my face. During my college days, I used to belong to the Linux clan and hated Microsoft Windows very much.
With time, my thought-process evolved, and my priorities changed. I got into the field of marketing and sales. Now, I am writing this blog post on a Windows-powered laptop without a single regret.
The first day of 2020 went like a blur, as I had so much to do. I started my day with fifteen minutes of meditation, which was a challenging activity to do as an unwavering concentration is hard to master.
The breakfast was followed by a movie – 102 Not Out. There are a lot of lessons to be learned by watching this movie. This movie is about 102 years old father who plans to send his 75 years old son to an old age home. The entire film is a journey about rediscovering the inner child and keeping it alive till the last breath.
Later in the afternoon, I used a drill machine to hang eleven pictures randomly on the wall. The work is half-done; otherwise, I would have uploaded the image in this blog post. I have to move the pictures slightly and use double-sided tape to hold them in place. By the time it was four, we had left for Pinjore Garden, which is a historic 17th century garden near Chandigarh.
Happy new year to the readers of my blog. 🙂