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How to Beat Monsoon Blues: 40 Ways to Enjoy Rainy Days

  How to make of most of your rainy season Walk in the rain Play a sport like volleyball or football; hey, hopscotch and kho kho if you are an adventurer Cycle with friends or go solo (possibly slow too, wink wink) Learn how to Pakoda (cook) Surprise family by making hot beverages (learn how to make tea, coffee, hot chocolate it is easy) Time to indulge into some Green Tea varieties because usually water consumption is often lower in monsoon (add some clove or something if you are not afraid of experimenting, please don't put sugar in your green tea) Go for a run, it isn't crazy; it is absolutely mindblowing. I love it! Read (don't let the whole monsoon pass through by only reading, get on with some outdoor activities) Jump in the puddles of water  Observe trees and take it all in, what Mother Nature's blessing us with Write a song about those who you miss; could be for a friend, from your past relationships, present colleagues or for even your dogs and cats if you like
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Summertime Companions

 When alone, he wondered why him? When accompanied, he felt boxed? He never asked people, for him - they were normal in their rights. Normal for him often seemed unusual for people, whom he forced himself to believe were normal. His confidence was as real as sunset for lovers.  His lovers were fading and resurfacing as gradually as autumn to summers. Deftly. He remembers that boat of a full moon night.  Cherishing its commitment and friendship with the sea, sand and moonlit sky.  He doesn't dream like how dreams are dreamt by dreamers and achievers of those nonfiction books.  He does add glory to his stories by following his instincts, signs and most of all - his ability to do whatever it takes to explore, know and sing along melodies of his adventures.

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