Last week, I am honoured to be nominated by inspiring Max from http://www.inspiringmax.com/ for the Sunshine Blogger Award. Thank you, inspiring Max. This award recognizes blogs that share positivity in the blogging community. I would like to encourage you to stop by her blog which covers many topics as you will surely find something that you can connect with and thank her for her consideration. I love looking on the bright side and look forward to sharing this award with other deserving blogs.

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The Rules:

Thank the person/people who nominated you

Nominate eleven other bloggers

 Here are my eleven nominees for this award

  1. Srinivasa Rao –knoweb
  2. Raghu’s column- http://srisrilara.blogspot.in/
  3. Aubrey’s arch-https://aubreysarch.wordpress.com/
  4. Uppal – youandi-uppal.blogspot.in
  5. Rupam Sarma- http://rupamsarma.blogspot.in/
  6. Rajesh- http://myindiantravel.blogspot.in/
  7. Isadora-  http://insidethemindofisadora.com/
  8. Amanda Ricks- http://surprisinglives.wordpress.com/
  9. Images and words by djmrakiey- https://djmrakiey.wordpress.com/
  10. Crafty Lady in Combat Boots- https://thecraftyladyincombatboots.wordpress.com/
  11. Neha Guddu- https://dreamlittlebig.wordpress.com/-

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Answer the eleven questions from your nominator(s)

  1. Where is your favourite place you have lived?

    I have not visited any of these places, but then I am a Google Maps trotter.The three places I would definitely recommend are

  1. Santorini, Greece
    2. Abbey Saint Mont Mitchell, France
    3.   Normandy, France

  And  of course, you have my breathtaking country, India.I have lived my whole life here but still whenever I zoom in and take a silent glance at the places and people around me, my thoughts are  always stirred in a totally new dimension then before and I am left stunned on how there is so much to travel and see in every damn square mile.You also have Bhutan, one place which imprints    itself on your mind for life.

  1. If you could change one thing what would it be?

Maybe, if I could, I would give free health care to all. I think this one component would change the world for the better. Think about the misery, fear and anxiety so many people go through that     are uninsured, or even that have insurance but it is still really expensive. If people had free health care their health would improve, people would suffer less from premature deaths and people’s   overall mental sanity would improve. Plus, people who need medications would be able to get it without worrying about whether they choose to pay their gas bill or get their meds. Think about it….

  1. What is your favourite childhood memory?

Riding bikes all over town, not having a care in the world… the world was a safer place back then… perverts and weirdos hadn’t come out of hiding so much like they do in contemporary times.

  1. What is your dream job?

  While most of us may dream of having that one stable, full-time job (with benefits,) and the job security that comes with it, to me, working just one job seems dreadfully boring. I’ve always                been a writer and always will be, no matter what else I do. Writing is my art. It appears in everything I do.

  1. What was your best subject at school?

Geography.

  1. Do you prefer to live in the country or the city?

The big city can be a lively, exciting and fast-moving experience. You’ll never get bored or look for something to do. Shops, restaurants, clubs, cinemas and museums are all just around the               corner! The countryside is peaceful, relaxing and natural. The perfect place to enjoy our natural environment, go for a walk in the country or have a delicious picnic. In the countryside, you can       choose your own pace of life. Farming, fishing or snoozing under a tree, it’s up to you.

  1. If you were stranded on a desert island which celebrity would you take with you?

Michael Bublé, will keep me entertained with his songs, until someone comes and rescues us.

  1. Everyone has a song that makes them want to dance, what is yours?

Well there are many but if I have to shortlist one then it would be ‘Sway- Shall we dance?

  1. Favourite colour?

Orange, Pink and blue

  1. Do you prefer camping or staying in motels?

Motels are comfortable and clean. You can do a motel even when you are unprepared. I like the camping when I am totally prepared and have what I need to be in nature. Nature can be cruel            and unpredictable, but the beauty in nature is totally worth the preparations.

  1. How many different careers have you had?

In my experience out of 10 years changed four companies for growth reasons and learn new things in the new environment.

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and give the nominees eleven questions to answer

Questions for my nominees:

  1. Where is your favourite place you have lived?
  2. If you could change one thing what would it be?
  3. What is your favourite childhood memory?
  4. What is your dream job?
  5. What was your best subject at school?
  6. Do you prefer to live in the country or the city?
  7. If you were stranded on a desert island which celebrity would you take with you?
  8. Everyone has a song that makes them want to dance, what is yours?
  9. Favourite colour?
  10. Do you prefer camping, caravanning or staying in motels?
  11. How many different careers have you had?

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