Hi my fellow bloggers, I know I haven’t posted anything from quite a while. But I am back. So this blog is going to be about my journey in this beautiful city Bangalore, full of experiences and some sweet and sour memories.
So, finally the day has come to leave everything behind in Bangalore and start a new journey. Sitting at the Bangalore airport with every care taken for Covid, I am here writing my journal which is going to be a part of my blog.
Leaving this city I feel like I am leaving behind a part of me. These 4.3 years have taught me so many things; from professional to personal growth, creating memories, from meeting the best people to moving on from some. Also, I have learnt that how good I can be at managing my personal and professional life (I knew I have this quality but to this extent ☺️. After working for 12-13 hrs then coming back home, working out and cooking my own food. It’s a real task I am telling you).
So, let’s start from the beginning. I came to this city with no expectations. I had a job in hand but money being credited to my account never really excited me! It was more about learning and growing, and I am glad I am still the same.
Fortunately, I had found a roommate who was more than a friend. The sweetest, funniest, and craziest😝. We have had heathy discussions to having unhealthy food at a restaurant 😂.
So let’s start with YEAR 1. This year passed just like that. I learnt so many things in my work place. I met so many people who used to tease me to an extent that you won’t stop laughing.
YEAR 2 was more about meeting some people whom I really wanted to stay with but they never came back. So I learnt to leave them behind and move on in my life. ( which is not easy)
YEAR 3 was more like an emotional roller coaster. From finding a suitable guy for marriage to my professional life, everything was at halt and I was suffering meantally. My mind was blocked and slowly I was sulking into depression and the main reason was I didn’t had any one to talk.
The only good thing was I was taking care of my health. So, there was something which kept me going.
The last and the most memorable year of my life; YEAR 4. Because I met a special person( whom I would call a friend, who is now a part of my memory). Who motivated me write by saying “ when a person writes, they do that with a lot of emotions and experiences. So stop thinking about what people will say or think. JUST WRITE.” And you know these words motivated me, inspired me to write more and here I was with a blog on WordPress. 🙂 He is also the only one who inspired me to find the purpose of my life and showed me the path of spirituality.
So, this is how 4.3 years went by and I didn’t even realise what I have become. Today, when I look back realise I have come a long way. I always used to underestimate my struggles by saying, everyone goes through it, so it’s not a big deal. Yes, it’s true but your mindset during those struggles and your learning is what matters. And everyone’s learning can’t be same. Some may become negative and some may become more positive. It all depends on us how we want to take it.
I just want to summarise my experiences below before ending the blog:
1. Never give up. I would say fall 1,000 times but every time you get up you become stronger.
2. DO NOT STOP WORKING ON YOURSELF, keep on exploring new things. This life is given to us so that we can explore and understand ourselves better also spread love and joy wherever you go.
3. Realise your WORTH.
4. Keep on learning new things.
6. Stay away from negativity.
7. Takeout time for yourself.
That’s all for today folks. I hope you enjoyed the blog. 🙂