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  1. shaunv1

    On Gratitude

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    Clearly, the glory days for gratitude are here. It’s having its moment in the sun. Every popular psych or self-improvement piece seems to mention it. Apparently it’s the quick fix to happiness. Gratitude however, much as the miracle cure it is made out to be hasn’t really worked for me. In fact, often gratitude makes … Continue reading On Gratitude
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    London for Less! Guest Post by Riddhi Mahimkar!

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    I’m really excited to introduce Riddhi Mahimkar as a guest blogger for BeyondBoredom. Trust me, it wasn’t easy getting her to write about her travels. She’s as lazy about documenting her journeys as she is passionate about travel. Unlike most of my other female classmates who are finding bliss in the arms of their new … Continue reading London for Less! Guest Post by Riddhi Mahimkar!
  3. shaunv1

    Waiheke Island

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    Lazing around at the Jumeirah Beach here in Dubai reminded me of Waiheke Island, near Auckland, probably one of the best beaches I have ever been to, so here are some of the pictures of the lesser known Waiheke Island. Waiheke is just a 35 minute ferry ride (under 50$) from downtown Auckland and is … Continue reading Waiheke Island
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    Merida – The Roman City in Spain

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    Merida is the small but beautiful capital city of Extremadura, Spain. It’s a city that takes you straight to glorious heart of ancient Spain. Friendly folk, engaged in their lively banter in cafes on the narrow streets, Roman ruins scattered across the city, the rich aroma of roasted meat in the air are captivating to … Continue reading Merida – The Roman City in Spain
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    The Acid Test

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    That’s incredible, pretty amazing, but I’m not sure I’d want to visit, I thought to myself putting down the paper and pondering over the article I’d just read. The headlines read ‘Acid attack victims join hands, open cafe near Taj Mahal in Agra’ I’d be too overwhelmed by the horrific nature of such violence. It … Continue reading The Acid Test

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