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A year end fun meme (blog marathon post 13)

Thought i would do a fun post for today, as it is a Sunday. So I headed over to  Sunday Stealing 
and found that they had a nice year end meme going, and I decided to do it.

Here is what they have asked, and my answers as well.



1. What did you do in 2015 that you’d never done before? 
 Wrote anon-fiction book!



2. Did you keep your new year’s resolutions, and will you make more for next year? 
 Had resolved to lose 3 kgs by Feb, and keep up my weight. I did keep it!


3. Did anyone close to you give birth? 
Yes, My niece!

4. Tell us a valuable lesson you learned in 2015?

That if you perceive you can achieve and that The magic (By Rhonda Byrne) really works!


5. What was your favorite new TV program?
This is one thing that did not change and will not change--I do not watch TV!


6. What would you like to have in 2016 that you lacked in 2015? 
Lots of vacations abroad.


7. What dates from 2015 will remain etched upon your memory, and why?
Lots of happy moments--Bangalore lit fest, my Book launch at Bangalore, Delhi lit fest, Gurgaon moms club event etc.

8. What was your biggest achievement of the year? 
The new book hitting  the Nielsen lists and being among top ten highest selling titles.

9. What was your biggest failure? 
Can't believe there was no failure at all.

10. What was the best thing you bought? 
 A fabulous  etched painting on palm from Bhubhaneshwar and extra storage space in my gmail!

11. Whose behavior merited celebration?
 Why will i celebrate anyone's behavior?!

12. Whose behavior made you appalled and disgusted? 
Best not to focus on negativity.

13. What song will always remind you of 2015? 
 this one:

 
14. What do you wish you’d done more of? 

 Ashtanga!

15. What do you wish you’d done less of? 

Not asserting what I truly want.

16. What was the best book you read? 

 Serious Men and illicit happiness of other people, both my Manu Joseph.


17. What one thing would have made your year measurably more satisfying?  

Doing an art vacation in Venice or Scotland.

18.  Quote a song lyric that sums up your year. 
 Dreams come true they do
Dreams come true
From all of us to all of you they do

Don't you know that dreams come true
Love is just a second away
(Better take a look inside)
Make that magic rule, let the miracle stay
(You gotta take a look inside)
(Westlife --dreams come true)
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Comments

  1. we feel there are many things we should have done,but then we resolve to accomplish them the coming year.always with a hope,that's how life is.

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  2. Nice Read. :)
    Best are: 5, 9, 11, 12, 13, 18.

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  3. That 15th one, about that "not asserting what I truly want!" Thing. That raised a hundred qestions in me and yet no conclusion..... And also the song you mentioned in saying "Dreams Come True" filled me with spirit and zeal, coz I dreamt a pretty good number of dreams 😋.... Thanks and a great post Preeti sis😃

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  4. Great... Interesting Answer.

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  5. Great... Interesting Answer.

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