When I’m Not Around – Part 3 (I think)

Listen, I’m not always writing, okay? 

Make peace with
it. Or thank God. Whatever. The point is, I have other things to do with my
laptop other than typing out post after post of awesomeness (according to me and
my sister, at least). Jesus.
And, when I am not around – and seeing how this has become a permanent
label on this blog, it is disturbingly often 
– I am doing this: 

  • Writing for Huffington Post. It. Is. Hilarious. No,
    seriously, just read it. Go. 
  • (It was hilarious, right? Hee hee. I know. You’re welcome
  • Hoarding lip balms. No kidding. This is serious stuff. 
    Blogging in India
    Serious hobby – collecting lipbalms.

  • Telling random facts about myself to random people. 
  • I have an image of Rihanna’s foot tattoo, saved on my Dropbox. Insanely
    cute and equally useless. Yeah, I can’ t make up my mind about it. (Refer to
    the point above)
  • Reading up on 5 weight-loss articles on the internet. And
    tweeting about it. That’s all. 
  • Day dreaming about my book being made into a movie. Or at
    least a serial by Channel V, now that they’ve pretty much bid adieu to playing music
    and stuff. 
  • Day dreaming about attending a Lit Fest as an esteemed
    author (the kind who has her travel/stay/everything paid for by the
    publisher/whoever) Paying to attend a lit fest is almost like paying to get
    your book published – I stand against both. 
  • Cursing the Lit Fest organizers for not inviting me like I mentioned above. 
  •  Watchign Disney Junior for an hour every evening (with the toddler)
  • Talking with my toddler in Disney’s Frozen dialogues.
    Seriously though, Do You Wanna Build a Snowman, huh?  
  • Google-ing for the best Karaoke-at-home option. Still haven’t
    found any. Help?
  • Stalking totally random people on Instagram. 
  • Working. (Yes I work full time, why do you ask?)
  • XBOX 360 with Kinect – Dance Central. La – la -la.

That will be all. I have work to do, remember? Laters, can-you-teach-my-aligator-manners! (reference: Disney Junior)

Post Author: Aditi Mathur Kumar

Author of 2 books. TEDx Speaker. Travel Writer. Blogger. Addicted to Travel & Books. Digital Media Strategist. Social Media Girl. Army Wife. Mom. Curious. Crazy.

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