What’s there to Break-Fast?

On a Monday morning, celebrating International Workers Day, having no office rush, what a feeling it is!! A holiday in the week is just cherry on the cake. How do we take if our routine gets changed a little? If instead of poha, idli, upma for breakfast, we are served cinnamon rolls, oatmeal and kiwis all of a sudden. Most of us are very good receptors of the ‘change’. They have abundance of surprise absorption power and they enjoy this change and take it as a stride. On the other side, there are some who like to be in the category of knowing and planning in advance for this change in the break-fast.

On popular demand from my readers, I have decided to share more on my routine and my life, which I was avoiding for quite a while. This change is also because I have not being constant in the past month on my write-ups and it’s due to the planning and preparing myself for the fresh change that is about to happen in my life. I will be discussing more on that in my further articles.

This one today, is more on how swiftly we can adapt to any change and challenge ourselves to be prepared for things we had not planned. When such situations come across, we do get mixed feelings. Some we are able to comprehend, some we are not. Feelings of being overwhelmed, excited, escalated, all are in random order. There are two ways to look at it. One is to be over-prepared and then sulk for not getting it done in our way, the other is to make a simple plan and be flexible to adopt the changes that come along the way. This being in accordance with this belief that the change will definitely be for our good.

In this new journey that I am about to embark, is giving butterflies in my stomach. For those who wish to know, I will simply put as the change from east to west. It took a while to prepare myself for this journey and to embrace the opportunity that is going to come along my way.

For further updates, stay tuned and accept the developments that come along for they are good. It’s just that we don’t see them at that time and we look at the platter half empty whereas God’s plan is to make full by more delicacies with different but better taste for us for sure.

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