Friday, May 22, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
We did the Red fort also and hired a guide who took us through the motions
Friday, May 15, 2015
A very catchy jingle welcomes us when we watch the new airtel app ad. It is about shaking to hear the sound of money and savings and that definitely got my antenna up.
My Airtel App brings convenience at your fingertips. Today, most of our work including bill payments, shopping, connecting with people and also talking on phone is done through one instrument which is the mobile phone. The more my service providers offer, the better and smarter I get in dealing with my daily issues.
"The My Airtel App with its simple and intuitive design helps manage all DTH, Broadband, Prepaid & postpaid services in one place. There are offers for post paid and pre paid users and it helps pay your bills, recharge your DTH, track account usage, track service requests, buy products, and add your family & friends' numbers"
All features are currently available on Android. IOS release - coming soon and it cannot be soon enough because that is what the need of the hour is.
The download process is easy and can be done fast.
The top best features that I like about the MY Airtel App are as follows-
1) Recharging DTH because that is something we always forget and when we are out of station and are out of sight and out of mind, it helps us be on track on our recharges so that we get uninterrupted supply at home and the Mother in Law is not annoyed at being cut off from her favourite serials. And most importantly, these are quick. That is the best thing about these.
2) The sound of savings, the recharge benefits, coupon, free surprise. Anything that is free is the best and I like that best. Amazing to be able to save money by just shaking my piggy bank, err My Airtel Money
3) The I Want to feature which saves my frequent recharges and bill payments on my homescreen is also extremely interesting as it helps me shorten my transaction time after the first transaction that I have done. Now I can repeat my frequent recharges on the go and do not need to refer to any data. A very secure, safe and fast method of doing the jobs that is necessary and important but highly uninteresting. Most importantly, one can auto log in which saves the hassles of remembering passwords.
What more can My Airtel app give me?
I would love to have new features and facilities updated on my finger tips.
Keep me excited about what more you can give me.
Make it faster than fast.
Can I book gas through it?
Go to the link to experience the new features from airtel app.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
My mother remains my go to person for all problems. Everytime I face a situation, I believe that if I tell her, everything will be alright.
A form of unburdening my troubles on her, without any thought that I would be burdening her with my own troubles.
For me, my mom is the strongest person. Stronger than I believe her to be. My heart knows that if I have a problem, no matter what, if I tell her, she will find a way out for me. It scares me to think that the same expectation will be from me for my children and I may fail, unlike her.
Today, as I struggle with my weight, the first lesson I remember is-
Take a bowl and eat. Do not eat straight from the jar. You will not have control. MY FIRST PORTION CONTROL LESSON indeed.
She taught me etiquette.
Do not load your plate in one go. Go for seconds. BUFFET MANNERS!
She taught me to treat my children as priority.
Forget drinking water and eating when the children are crying for a feed! WHEN THE INTEREST IS OF BIGGER INTEREST THAN THE PRINCIPLE!
She taught me to stay calm and collected in the face of adversity.
Be quite. Do not answer back. Just hear them out. LESSONS IN PATIENCE AND TOLERANCE.
She taught me basic life hacks.
Baking a quick cake, making fluffy parathas, tenderising meat.
MY FIRST COOKING CLASSES WERE AT MY MOTHER'S SIDE, overlooking her shoulders and observing what she does. Even today when I grind garam masala or cook jackfruit, I call her to get the recipe!
She taught me to respect and be helpful.
Everytime we went to people's home, she ensured that we siblings cleared empty plates, helped in the kitchen and were generally useful. We hated it that time but today I realise that it was a character building exercise that I did not appreciate that time.
MY FIRST CHARACTER BUILDING TRAINING INDEED!
She taught me to appreciate family. Whether it meant going to visit family and not making excuses to stay back at home or going for summer vacation. She made memories for us and ensured we appreciated the same.
MY FIRST MEMORY MAKER BEFORE BLOGGING!
She ensured we were independent yet kept a close eye on us. Today, she tends to mother us and do things for us and sometimes holds back from giving her opinion and I appreciate it even more because being a mother, it is difficult to let go and watch others fail.
My mother is my conscience keeper, teaching me what is right and what is not and she remains my inspiration and provides me life quotes, some funny, some profound, both varieties being extremely important in life!!
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Saturday, April 04, 2015
So with mom's able guidance I fumbled my way through the ghee making process.
I had malai or milk cream from 30l of milk collected. It was around 1kg
Take the cream in a large vessel and stir it with your hand for around five minutes