When you are bereaved of a loved one, you are certain to be heartbroken. In such grieving situations, you get heaps of condolences and commiserations and you eagerly lap it up. You accept the information or attention eagerly, though in a prudent frame of mind, you would usually think that you are being foolish for believing that it is sincere.

When my persistent partner in crime and kindness, and my long-lived companion was finally succumbing to the transient and transitory phase of its existence, I lapped it up too.

Of course I did, which any other human being would; I too am a homo-sapien. I did try hard to resurrect the poor, fallen laptop that I could not imagine living my life without. When I grasped the logical conclusion that its lifeline was running short and there was no way I could restore it to its former glory, I spent the next few days shedding tears of love and loss.

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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a fabulous pair of shoes.

As one who needs to travel quite often it surely is quite tiring. Sometimes the best I do is just stop, breathe and focus on the positive. And if that doesn’t work, I simply try a new pair of shoes. That’s when I feel cosy in my mind and feet.

Many people think shoes are unimportant, but the real proof of an elegant person is what is on his feet. I am one who firmly believes that a man with good shoes is never ugly.

I love trying out different shoes as per the occasion. Some call me a certified shoe addict because I think there is always room for one more pair.

When it comes to shoes, a style that never goes out of style for me is the Brogues. Originating in Ireland over 500 years ago, it has always been my smart shoe of choice, being a timeless shoe full of style and history. So let’s know a bit more about it.

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“I love the feeling of fresh air on my face and the wind blowing through my hair”

In the country that we live in with construction and development all around, getting fresh air to breathe is a dream. While we wish to come back home to breathe pure air, what we perhaps do not realise is that air is even more polluted indoors.

In our country which unfortunately has the dubious distinction of having 13 of the 20 most polluted cities in the world, pollution is almost everywhere. While we tend to take precautions when we are outdoors masking our faces to protect ourselves, we tend to relax once we are indoors safely assuming that we are safe.

We don’t realise that the air indoor can sometimes be five times more polluted than the air outdoor. In such a situation, it is imperative that we take steps to ensure that we keep the air quality indoors as pure as possible.

The quality of air outdoors can perhaps be not under our control but we can surely concrete steps to improve the quality of air we breathe when we are indoors. There are prudent steps and smart steps that we need to take for our own betterment.

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