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#InLoveWithTinaAnd22Others

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thin waistline and a fat stack of memories

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it began on the terrace with lousy poetry, cold tea, and playful eyes you unravelled a mystery to my utter surprise

i am not sure how it started
it sure ended on that auburn paisley sheet in-between sweet moaning i felt complete

i dressed up in front of you later
dabbed kohl, tied my hair into a messy bun draped that cotton saree playfully making the pleats one-by-one

then you asked graciously
if you could tuck those pleats in i felt knots and butterflies come alive the moment your fingers touched my skin

you stood behind as i adjusted the pallu
it was a bout of nervousness for me to make a lady uncomfortable with silence was your idiosyncrasy

a million moments i've lived since
moving my fingers on that paisley print like my life, that sheet, and cotton saree are immortally linked

#Grief

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Cool Summers: How Not to Let the Holidays Tear Through Your Budget

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As parents are gearing up for the summer vacation and making plans to keep their kids busy and entertained, overspending is a major concern. We want to do the best without burning a hole in the pocket. So, the question is - how to make the best of holidays in our budget? The good news - it’s possible and all it takes is a little preparation and a lot of creativity. With these and following some simple tricks, we can make this summer a memorable time. Book Tickets and Make Reservations in Advance
After Christmas, summer is the busiest time of the year. The knack of getting a good deal on hotel, flight and activities - start looking for deals in January. Even if you are looking for activity classes for your children, book early. In case you have missed the chance this year, don’t worry! Here’s one trick - try weekdays and skip weekends or public holidays while looking for deals. Another way to get great offers - look for last minute deals online.
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#HowIMetTheOther

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#HonorKilling

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How to Prepare Financially When Changing Jobs

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Change often comes bearing a few hassles. It may multiply if you want to change your job. For the lure of better salary or position, most are tempted to jump on the deal without caring about the financial complications it brings. Being married to someone who has changed his job twice in the last five years, I have witnessed the financial complications. We were a little unprepared the first time and here are the lessons we learnt from our experience - Calculate the Living Expenses
Changing job within a city is not very taxing. At the most, it affects your travel cost. In case you are relocating to another city or country - start by calculating the cost of living using ‘Cost of Living’ calculators online. Ask your friends who are living in the city you are relocating and add 20% to it to arrive at the living expenses. This gives you an estimate to work around your finances. Add this to your current debt or financial obligations. It’s the most important step to prepare yourself on the fin…

#HeAskedFinally

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