Journey from OR to AND for my daughter
Journey from OR to AND for my daughter
When my eldest daughter decided
to pursue commerce stream for her higher studies and become a CA, the
profession, I was practicing, honestly, I was elated. However, I warned her
that it is one course which requires utmost dedication and hard work and total
cut off from all social activities. I said this because I knew my daughter very
well, to be a very chirpy, one who would not like to sit at one place for long,
and one who had always been addicted to the social media.
My daughter had always had the
passion for writing, and I knew that she had always dreamt of becoming an
author or a writer. To be honest, I was not very sure of the comforts of a
writer till such time the person is established and hence I was more than
relieved when she decided to pursue this professional course.
However, I am so happy that she
proved me wrong. She has conveniently adopted both her passion and her career
to perfection. She is a brilliant and studious child and has so well divided
and distributed her time for her studies so that she gets enough time to follow
her passion too.
She writes blogs on various
subjects, including reviews on products and services and her innovative writing
skills have been aptly recognized by the companies whose products she has
reviewed. However, she has ensured that these activities of hers have in no way
affected her studies and till now she has cleared her examinations with flying
colors.

Whenever I look at my daughter, I
feel proud that how my daughter took charge of her life. I feel proud that she
made a choice, and not a compromise.  I
am thrilled that she refused to choose one thing or the other, and instead
followed her heart.
This post is a part of #UseYourAnd activity at BlogAdda in association with Gillette Venus
Here’s my daughter, my little princess, who followed her heart and you can
follow her blogs on dclementia@blogspot.in

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My problems with pimples and its effect on my everyday life
My problems with
pimples and its effect on my everyday life

Pimples are a real dampener when we think of
our teenage days and it is something which really dampens our self-esteem and
rattles our confidence.

But believe me, contrary to what most guys
think, pimples don’t stop popping up when your voice finishes changing.  It’s something which keeps haunting you for
your life.

Tried researching on the reasons for the same
and realized that raging hormones may be the reason during our teen years, but
other factors such as humidity, stress, heavy sweating, or the use of steroids
cause the irritating red bumps now that I have grown up.

It’s really so irritating that even if I try
to follow a perfect personal hygiene and diet, I still see flare-ups. People
advise me to wash my face regularly but in fact, washing my face too much causes
acne to get worse.
These breakouts come just out of the blue and
sometimes these funky finger warts make me feel like everyone’s staring at me.
And when my oily complexion shines out of control, it becomes really
frustrating and embarrassing.
The worst part is that when these attacks
come, they come in varieties, whether it is characterized by whiteheads,
blackheads, and, more frequently, pus-filled pimples. How irritating it feels
that it usually develops in the central area of the cheeks and on the forehead,
the part which is absolutely visible and having no chance to hide.

So when it happens, all the big talks about it
being caused by a hormone imbalance or a hypersensitivity to the robust
hormonal activity going on the body during this time feels like crap.
When these pimples come, it also attracts a
plethora of advisers too that come in plenty. I get advices to use various
acids in a cream, lotion or gel, depending upon the source of advice, which
according to them will do the trick, i.e. help me get rid of my depressed state
of mind. I have honestly tried almost everything, regularly purchasing several
different products. I have even tried rotating them for usage. But believe me,
at the start, my skin responds favorably, and then all of a sudden these
products stop working, be it the cream, the lotion or the gel.

Yeah, of course, I have even tried using two
or three products at a time together and also trying to switch off, using one
for a couple of months and then changing till I finally get fed up and
reconcile to the fact that these breakouts can never be controlled.

The Garnier Neem Face Wash seems to be
blessing perhaps.
I would not mind trying out this product for
sure as I have heard that it is enriched with the natural ingredients like the
Neem Leaf Extract and Tea Tree Oil, which have the anti-bacterial and anti-fungal
qualities which seems to work with its three purifying actions, i.e. fighting
germs, deep cleaning pores to remove impurities caused by pollution and washing
way excess oil which attracts dirt, germs and bacteria.
Let me be honest that if this amazing product
helps me to regain my self esteem, believe me, it would be God-sent miracle for
me.
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BOLT – a real Thunderbolt from Tata Motors
BOLT – a real
Thunderbolt from Tata Motors



BOLT, the name itself suggests
the features. Do I need to say more? As per the Company, the name Bolt itself
signifies speed and represents a winner’s attitude, and believe me, I give it
full 100% on this remark.

The Tata Bolt, the newest
hatchback to hit the automobile is the latest offering from Tata Motors. Though
based on the well known X1 platform which underpins the Vista and featuring the
all too familiar silhouette, it is a whole new animal in terms of features and
overall design philosophy.

Loaded with amazing features, you
just can’t take your eyes off this mean machine. The features are just
breathtaking. We cannot even imagine having these features in a hatchback of
this category.

1.       Revetron
1.2L Turbo charged MPFi Engine with first-in-class multi-drive mode
2.       Harman
touchsreen multimedia system
3.       Video
recognition and SMS readouts.
4.       New
signature front grille
5.       Projector
headlamps
6.       Speed
dependent volume control
7.       Rugby
shoulder seats.

An excellent ride quality, impressive
brakes, spacious, comfortable, well equipped, better built and engineered,
offers modern engine, rides well, is spacious and smart looking, I can just go
on and on. It certainly has the potential to do well.

The exteriors are just amazing. At
the front, it gets an aggressive fascia, new grille and sleek headlights that
stretch from the middle of the bonnet to the grille, and the abundant amount of
chrome in it it gives it that absolute premium look. The sides are equally
amazing, with the window lines swooping down in a curve towards the rear hatch.

The interior setup features
seemingly premium plastics as well as gauges mounted behind the steering and a
touch screen created by Harman.

I am not a technical geek, but
what I have learnt is that the Bolt offers a 1.2-litre Revotron petrol powered
producing 84bhp/140Nm or a 1.3-litre Quadrajet diesel engine. The transmission
option is only a five-speed manual one now, I presume, though I would honestly
love to see an automatic transmission variant also to be launched by the
Company.

I just cannot stop boasting of
the amazing new features of the new Bolt, but if I am asked to specifically
identify five features, these are what distinctly stand out:
1.       Multi-drive:
First time ever, we have the option to choose between Sport-Eco-City.
… I would
choose the sport mode when I need a burst of power, Eco mode for efficient fuel
efficiency or city mode for a perfect balance between the two.

2.       Revotron
1.2: Turbocharged MPFi Petrol Engine.
….. This is what would give me an
exceptionally powerful driving experience.

3.       Generation
Next Safety with 9th Gen by Bosch, Corner Stability control and dual airbags.

This helps me stay in control at all times and drive safe with the advanced
safety features.

4.       Space
and comfort: Segment Superior.
…. I would just love to experience the spacious
interiors as I sink into the comfortable rugby shoulder seats.

5.       Connectnext:
Touchscreen Infotainment by Harman.
…. While on the move, this is what would
enable me to access an array of entertainment and connectivity features like
smartphone enabled navigation from MapMyIndia and advanced voice command
recognition.


Everything about this car boasts of
newness, whether in terms of design (DesigNext), drivablilty (DriveNext) or
connectivity (ConnectNext). Believe me, it’s a car which is expected to
leapfrog Tata Motors to a new era and Tata Bolt is all set to be the
next-generation global car.

The smaller cousin to the compact
sedan, Zest and successor to the Vista, this new hatchback from the Tata Motors
stable comes with not only an amazing all-new exterior, but an all-new interior
and a turbo-petrol engine as well.
As I just keep staring at its
beautiful exterior, I cannot just lay my eyes off the neatly executed grille
and headlight combo on the front, absolutely in synchronization with the new
design tail lights and the chrome bar over the number plate giving the rear a
superb distinct look. The C-pillar having been blackened out gives it a feeling
of a “floating” roof.
Though not tall by any standards
myself, still I would go gaga over the large amount of head and shoulder room inside,
both in front and in the rear, along with the large seats  with long base, and well cushioned to give
absolute comfort, giving me a feeling of a huge car.  The legroom is also amazingly large to put any
large size sedans to shame.

The upholstery is also of top class quality in
fit and finish. The new dash board is also amazing with the new steering wheel
and centre console featuring the metallic inserts that look really artistic.
Giving further push-up to the artistic look is the chrome piping around the
vents, on the gear lever or between the buttons.

All-in-all,
as the name suggests, let’s be prepared to BOLT, as Tata Motors has come out
with this amazing car to “B”uild “O”ur “L”ives “T”ogether.

It
surely delivers much more against its expected price. Rather, I would not mind
saying that it is surely “More Car Per Car”, exactly what Tata Motors has
always promised and delivered till now.


Go, visit http://www.tatamotors.com/vehicles/bolt/bolt.php to check out on the great features or visit http://tatamotorsbolt.com to live and experience it by a test drive.

“This
post is a part of the
 Get.
Set. Bolt.
 activity
at
 BlogAdda.”

And as part of the initiative, here’s one picture of me with the BOLT…

And hey! Last but not the least,
for all those, who don’t get swayed by the features and swear by the technical
study, before buying a car, here is the compilation:

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ITEMS
PETROL
DIESEL
DIMENSIONS
Overall Length (mm)
3825
3825
Overall Width (mm)
1695
1695
Overall Height (mm)
1550
1550
Wheelbase (mm)
2470
2470
Front Track (mm)
1450
1450
Rear Track (mm)
1440
1440
Fuel Tank (ltr)
44
44
Kerb Weight (Kg)
1080
1080
ENGINE
Engine Type
Revotron 1.2T
1.3L Quadrajet
Displacement (CC)
1200
1300
Maximum Power
(ps/rpm)
85 @ 5000
75 @ 4000
Maximum Torque
(nm/rpm)
140 @ 1750
190 @ 1750
TRANSMISSION
Type
5 – Speed MT
5 – Speed MT
SUSPENSION
Front
Dual Path
Independent McPherson strut with Antiroll Bar
Dual Path
Independent McPherson strut with Antiroll Bar
Rear
Semi Independent
Twist beam with coil spring
Semi Independent
Twist beam with coil spring
BRAKES
Front
Disc
Disc
Rear
Drum
Drum
TYRE
Tyre Size
R15
R15
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